A travelling mind: to spark Imagination and feed Curiosity

Legal Technology

 

A Guest Blog at CodeX

"Textual Data, Law & Finance" Workshop, organized by Karl Branting (Principal AI Engineer at MITRE) and Ted Sichelman (Professor of Law at USD):  A guest blog at Stanford Law School Blogs, February, 2016.

Special thanks to Monica Bay, a journalist, lawyer, provocateur and a CodeX fellow, for the invitation to contribute to the CodeX blog.  


Automated Electronic Discovery

 "Automated Electronic Discovery"                            by Jana Sukkarieh, August 2016. 

Special thanks to Dr Bill Dimm, Founder & CEO of Hot Neuron, for reviewing the first version.


Automation (general)

 

Rube Goldberg Machines

“The Art and Science of Rube Goldberg Machines”, August 2017.


Robotic Process Automation

Robotic Process Automation”, September 2017.

 

Mathematics: A Universal Language

 

Algebraic Topology 101

Algebraic Topology 101, Jana Sukkarieh, starting November 2018.

Abstract Algebra, Topology and Category Theory were my favorite subjects at Uni. In this first Mathematics series, I would like to introduce “Algebraic Topology”. It requires the introduction of Topology and Abstract Algebra as prerequisites, but goes much more beyond these two branches of Mathematics. One reason I am interested in re-visiting “Algebraic Topology” is that it has many uses and applications in Computer Science, in general, and in Artificial Intelligence, in particular.

 

Information Systems Security

 

Cryptology

Cryptology 101, Jana Sukkarieh, starting March 2019.

Cryptology is a coin with two heads: Cryptography is the art and science of multi-party confidential communication through an insecure channel. The other side of the coin is the domain of cryptanalysis, which is the art and science of deciphering those communications.

In cryptography, mechanisms based on mathematical concepts are designed to ensure the three fundamental desiderata of information systems security: confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA). Cryptanalysis studies the mechanisms of cryptography in order to break them. 

This introductory page will give an overview:

  • A brief history

  • Basic components

  • Algorithm types

  • Public key infrastructure

  • Quantum cryptology

  • Secure protocols

  • Attack types

 

Trust and Reputation

 
 
 
 

Online Reputation Management (ORM)

TBA soon

 
 

 

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