Computer science inventions impact every aspect our life.
At the basis of these inventions are ideas, stemming from curiosity driven research, which eventually found unimaginable applications, and morphed the world.
In this talk, Prof. Goldwasser will highlight this progression from idea to impact in the field of cryptography in the last 40 some years starting from public key cryptography through zero knowledge, multi party secure collaborations, post-quantum cryptography, and crypto currencies. Most importantly, we will discuss the next frontier for cryptography which is to enable the use of safe machine learning.
Space is limited. Deadline to register is March 24. Register now before tickets/time run out.
MITCNC Event Wed, Oct 5 / 6:00 pm PT
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA, 94043