City University - Job Details

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In collaboration with the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) and Bosch Automotive Service Solutions Ltd, the School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering is offering a PhD studentship. The studentship falls under the new EIT-Digital Industrial Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Programme at City, University of London. The studentship consists of a full fee waiver and a stipend of £18K per year, for four years. As part of their studies and training, students will spend time at City, University of London, EIT-Digital London Co-Location Centre and Bosch workshop in Stockport (Greater Manchester). In addition, over the 4 years of study, the PhD will spend between 3 and 6 months abroad to enrich their research experience, for which a supplementary budget is available.


City University - Job Details

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In collaboration with the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) and Delta Capita Ltd, the School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering is offering a PhD studentship. The studentship falls under the new EIT-Digital Industrial Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Programme at City, University of London. The studentship consists of a full fee waiver and a stipend of £18K per year, for four years. As part of their studies and training, students will spend time at City, University of London, EIT-Digital London Co-Location Centre and Delta Capita Ltd premises. In addition, over the 4 years of study, the PhD will spend between 3 and 6 months abroad to enrich their research experience, for which a supplementary budget is available.


Urgent need for IT security legal framework in Europe - Help Net Security

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Information transmission, transport, industrial production, research, administration – hardly any area can manage without modern information and communication technologies. At the same time, the number of cyber attacks that become known is increasing constantly. Such attacks on digital infrastructures by criminals or state organizations threaten European prosperity, the security of European societies, and eventually, freedom and democracy. At an evening event at the representation of the state of Hesse with the European Union in Brussels, secUnity scientists will discuss "Civil Cyber Security Research for Digital Sovereignty" with representatives of the European Parliament and European Commission. Then, the secUnity roadmap will be published officially and handed over to the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security.


Dominant Strategy Equilibrium. The Evolution Of Choice Under Uncertainty. Analyze & Golden rules.

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Why Partnership Strategy, not Technology, drives Digital Transformation? Known from the 17th century (Blaise Pascal invoked it in his famous wager, which is contained in his Pensées, published in 1670), the idea of expected value is that, when faced with a number of actions, each of which could give rise to more than one possible outcome with different probabilities, the rational procedure is to identify all possible outcomes, determine their values (positive or negative) and the probabilities that will result from each course of action, and multiply the two to give an "expected value", or the average expectation for an outcome; the action to be chosen should be the one that gives rise to the highest total expected value. Decision theory (or the theory of choice) is closely related to the field of game theory and is an interdisciplinary topic, studied by economists, statisticians, psychologists, biologists, political and other social scientists, philosophers, and computer scientists. The need for decision under uncertainty has never been stronger. Although the digital realm is evolving fast, the partnership strategical choice remains a human prerogative and a key driver of the digital ecosystem evolution.


Marietje Schaake to Join Stanford Cyber Policy Center and Institute

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The Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) and the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) are pleased to announce that Marietje Schaake has been named to international policy roles in each of their organizations. At FSI, Schaake will serve as the first international policy director of the Cyber Policy Center. With a focus on cybersecurity, disinformation, digital democracy and election security, the Cyber Policy Center's research, teaching and policy engagement aims to bring new insights and solutions to national governments, international institutions and industry. Schaake will also be an international policy fellow at Stanford HAI, which seeks to advance artificial intelligence (AI) research, education, policy and practice to improve the human condition. The university-wide institute is committed to working with industry, governments and civil society organizations that share the goal of a better future for humanity through AI.