Entries by Helen Wright

Biden-⁠Harris Administration Takes New Steps to Advance Responsible Artificial Intelligence Research, Development, and Deployment

The following was originally posted on the CCC Blog.  The Biden-Harris Administration is continuing their recent efforts to advance the research, development, and deployment of responsible AI. With the rise of AI and its increasing capabilities these initiatives are meant to protect American citizens’ rights and safety. Last week the CCC blog highlighted responsible AI […]

Call for Nominations: CRA/CCC Leadership in Science Policy Institute – Nov 16-17, 2023

Originally posted on the CRA Bulletin. As part of its mission to develop the next generation of leaders in the computing research community, the Computing Research Association’s Computing Community Consortium (CCC) announces the sixth offering of the CRA-CCC Leadership in Science Policy Institute (LiSPI), intended to educate computing researchers on how science policy in the U.S. is formulated […]

CRA-I Announces New Council Members!

The Computing Research Association-Industry Committee (CRA-I) is happy to announce the start of a new group of CRA-I visionary leaders charged with propelling the committee forward. This new Council of individuals will work closely with the Steering Committee to identify future committee directions, connect with the community, and achieve the goals of CRA-I.  CRA-I welcomes […]

U.S. Leadership in Software Engineering & AI Engineering: Critical Needs & Priorities Workshop

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and the Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) Software Productivity, Sustainability, and Quality (SPSQ) Interagency Working Group are partnering for a U.S. Leadership in Software Engineering & AI Engineering: Critical Needs & Priorities workshop, to inform a community strategy for building and maintaining U.S. leadership […]

NSF Seeks Input to Develop an Investment Roadmap

Help NSF create a strategic plan to drive future U.S. technology competitiveness, and societal and economic impacts. The U.S. National Science Foundation today issued a Request for Information, or RFI, to gather insights for the development of an investment roadmap for its Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships, or TIP, in accordance with the “CHIPS and […]

Join CRA at the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference 2023

The following was originally posted in CRA’s April Edition of the Computing Research News (CRN).  CRA is planning several activities at the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference (FCRC) 2023 in June in Orlando, FL. FCRC assembles a spectrum of affiliated research conferences and workshops into a week-long, co-located, meeting. CRA will host a plenary panel session in […]

NSF seeks input to inform the next generation of advanced networking systems

The following is a letter to the community from three National Science Foundation (NSF) Assistant Directors, Margaret Martonosi (Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering), Susan Margulies (Directorate for Engineering), and Erwin Gianchandani (Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships). April 18, 2023 Dear Colleagues: With this Dear Colleague Letter (DCL), the National Science Foundation […]

CRA-I: Workshop on Computing Research in Industry

Join CRA-Industry at the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference 2023 in Orlando, Florida on June 18th from 12:30-5:15 PM for a Workshop on Computing Research in Industry. Please register here! Companies are increasingly investing in computer science research to support their strategic goals. This workshop will not only look at what it means to do […]

Assessing the Community’s Interest on Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PET)

As our world becomes increasingly connected and digital, concerns about data privacy and security are growing. Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PET) are tools and methods designed to protect personal information and enhance user privacy online. Most companies end up using a combination of different PET to ensure that their data remains private and secure.  The Computing Research […]