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Event Date: September 27, 2018

Women in STEM: Engineering the Path Forward

Welcome to an NYU Tandon Inaugural Symposium: “Women in STEM: Engineering the Path Forward”. Thursday, September 27th Pfizer Auditorium, 5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 The Symposium will feature representatives from leading companies, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, influential executives, and accomplished Tandon alumni. One highlight is sure to be the Town Hall, where teams of aspiring female entrepreneurs […]

Event Date: October 22, 2018

NYU Law & Tech: Impact of Innovation

6:30-9:00pm Lipton Hall, 108 West 3rd Street Register   Legal tech is here. So is a lot of hype. What is happening today that will actually have a meaningful impact on your practice? Come enjoy a drink and meet NYU Law alumni who left biglaw to found successful legal technology companies, along with leaders in […]

Event Date: November 7, 2018

Enabling the Third Wireless Revolution through Transformative RF/mm-Wave Circuits, Wireless Systems, and Sensing Paradigms

Part of the Special Joint ECE and NYU WIRELESS Seminar Series Circuits: Terahertz (THz) and Beyond Title: Enabling the Third Wireless Revolution through Transformative RF/mm-Wave Circuits, Wireless Systems and Sensing Paradigms Speaker: Harish Krishnaswamy Associate Professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at Columbia University Director of Columbia High-Speed and Millimeter-Wave IC Lab (CoSMIC Lab)


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September 4, 2018

No Secrets- an interview with Professor Jason Schultz

Professor Jason Schultz on how to protect consumer data, how artificial intelligence will change the legal profession, and why he stopped using Facebook.

September 3, 2018

Fair Play: Google, Facebook, Twitter ‘Antitrust Situation’ Tough to Prove

“Freedom Watch’s complaint cites YouTube’s decision to ban conservative pundit Alex Jones’s InfoWars channel as one example of how social media is suppressing conservative content. Apple and Facebook took similar actions against InfoWars with all three companies citing their user policies in doing so. Twitter temporarily banned Jones’s account. Those companies couldn’t have avoided noticing […]

August 27, 2018

Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman Amicus Brief on Net Neutrality

“When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality rules in December 2017, it was the latest but hardly the last move in a hotly contested battle over regulating Internet service providers (ISPs). Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman wrote an amicus brief aimed at overturning the net neutrality repeal on behalf of members of Congress. Sen. […]