Ongoing CCC Activities

In the chart below you can check the status of ongoing white papers, reports, and workshops.

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Intelligent Infrastructure White Paper Series

In March, 2017, the CCC released a series of white papers surrounding intelligent infrastructure in collaboration with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association (ECEDHA). In May, we published the A Rural Lens on a Research Agenda for Intelligent Infrastructure white paper and in June released the Privacy in Information-Rich Intelligent Infrastructure and Smart Wireless Communication is the Cornerstone of Smart Infrastructures. In January, 2018 several CCC participated in the CRA congressional briefing on intelligent infrastructure.
Sociotechnical Cybersecurity Workshop Series The first workshop was held December 12th-13th at the University of Maryland. The second workshop took place August 8-9, 2017 at the University of California, San Diego. The workshop report is in progress.
Cyber Social Learning Systems Workshop Series The CCC held Workshop #1 of this series on August, 2016 in Seattle, WA. Workshop #2 took place in Ann Arbor, MI in November, 2016, and Workshop #3 was January 24-25, 2017 in Washington, D.C. A workshop report is in progress.

Fair Representations and Fair Interactive Learning Workshop

The CCC held a workshop on fair interactive learning in Philadelphia, PA on March 18-19, 2018.
Sociotechnical Interventions for Health Disparity Reduction: A Research Agenda The CCC is co-hosted a workshop on sociotechnical interventions for health disparity reduction with the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM). It will be co-located with SBM Annual Meeting, April 9-10 in New Orleans, LA.
Robotic Materials Workshop The CCC is hosting a workshop to explore materials used in the development of robotic components.
Digital Computing Beyond Moore’s Law Workshop On May 3-4 in San Francisco, the CCC will run a workshop to discuss and analyze how digital computing paradigms can overcome the limitations of Moore’s Law.
AI Task Force Task force member Maja Matarić spoke at the AAAS 2017 panel on Assistive and Rehabilitative Robotics and gave a flash talk on Socially Assistive Robots.

The task force recently released the Advances in Artificial Intelligence Require Progress Across all of Computer Science white paper. Other recent activity includes the Next Generation Robotics report and AI for Social Good workshop report.

View the other resources curated by this task force on their webpage.

Cybersecurity Task Force This task force aims to shed light on cybersecurity research and best practices, with a focus on cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things in an increasingly connected world. The CCC recently held a workshop series on Sociotechnical Cybersecurity, View the resources curated by this task force on their webpage.
Human Technology Frontier Task Force The Human Technology Frontier task force focuses on the role of technology to augmenting human performance, including but not limited to, in the workplace, in the classroom, and to improve health outcomes. View the resources curated by this task force on their webpage.
Intelligent Infrastructure Task Force  In 2017, the CCC released a series of white papers surrounding intelligent infrastructure in collaboration with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association (ECEDHA). View the Intelligent Infrastructure white paper series here and check out the other resources curated by this task force on their webpage.
Privacy and Fairness Task Force This task force recently released the Privacy-Preserving Data Analysis for the Federal Statistical Agencies and Big Data, Data Science, and Civil Rights white papers. View the other resources curated by this task force on their webpage.
Post Moore’s Law Computing Task Force The Post Moore’s Law Computing task force leads activities to address the future of computing as we reach the limit of Moore’s Law – the observable trend that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since their invention. In order to move past the era of Moore’s law, new computational tools and systems must be developed. View the resources curated by this task force on their webpage.

For more information about ongoing CCC activities contact Director Ann Drobnis at adrobnis [at] cra.org.