Computing has become highly important in everyday life during the past 75 years. In addition to its many benefits, however, it has also played a major role in driving societal polarization.
Moshe Y. Vardi Page 5DEPARTMENT: Career paths in computing
Years ago, my mentor asked me how I envisioned my career. I replied, "It's important that my work is fun." She replied rather dryly, "You can't live off fun, Kristian."
Kristian Sørensen Page 7DEPARTMENT: BLOG@CACM
Lessons from a pandemic.
Carmela Troncoso, Dan Bogdanov, Edouard Bugnion, Sylvain Chatel, Cas Cremers, Seda Gürses, Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Dennis Jackson, James R. Larus, Wouter Lueks, Rui Oliveira, Mathias Payer, Bart Preneel, Apostolos Pyrgelis, Marcel Salathé, Theresa Stadler, Michael Veale Pages 48-57
"Polymorphic Wireless Receivers," by Francesco Restuccia and Tommaso Melodia, tackles the problem of physical layer resilience in wireless systems from a completely new perspective.
Falko Dressler Page 82
This paper seeks to make progress on the prevalence of popular security practices and their relationship to security outcomes via the longitudinal empirical measurement of a large population of computer devices.
Louis F. DeKoven, Audrey Randall, Ariana Mirian, Gautam Akiwate, Ansel Blume, Lawrence K. Saul, Aaron Schulman, Geoffrey M. Voelker, Stefan Savage Pages 93-102COLUMN: Last byte