CCC Task Forces

The CCC Council is broken up into various Task Forces depending on the need from the community.

Artificial Intelligence

Chairs: Manuela Veloso and Greg Hager

The role of this task force is to provide a mechanism for articulating both the state of the art and technical limitations of AI, to help develop forward-looking research agendas for the field, and to better understand the potential of AI to provide tremendous social good in the future, including but not limited to urban computing, health, environmental sustainability, and public welfare.

Cybersecurity

Chairs: Kevin Fu

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.

Human Technology Frontier

Chairs: Maja Matarić and Shwetak Patel

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.

Intelligent Infrastructure

Chairs: Daniel Lopresti and Ben Zorn

The CCC task force on Intelligent Infrastructure focuses on exploring the challenges and opportunities in the intersection between infrastructure, the Internet of Things, and other relevant technologies that are vital to the creation of smart cities and communities.

Privacy and Fairness

Chairs: Elizabeth Bradley

This task force addresses the important domains of privacy and fairness in an interconnected and big-data driven world.

Post Moore’s Law Computing

Chairs: Mark Hill and Kathy Yelick

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.