By Dr. Kandis Y. WyattFaculty Member, Transportation and Logistics October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual event designed to raise awareness of this type of cancer and the need to detect it early. In 2020, 2.3 million women...
Google has confirmed that it will be pushing forward, on an ‘automatic enrollment’ basis, with a bold security update for some 150 million users before the year-end. I am sure you are wondering if you will be among...
Emergency and disaster management briefing for October 11, 2021: The NWS has issued Red Flag Warnings in California due to forecast high winds of up to 50 mph; PSPS by PG&E are likely in central California amid the...
By William TuckerEdge ContributorGermany recently held federal elections with Armin Laschet, the successor to Angela Merkel within the Christian Democratic Union, coming in second. Though Mr. Laschet could conceivably form a government, the odds are that a government...
By Dr. Kelly C. JordanFaculty Member, Military Studies and National Security Studies Note: This article is the first article in a three-part series about Afghanistan. This article will cover the military history of Afghanistan from Alexander the Great to...
Image courtesy of Jason Blackeye on Unsplash By Dr. Kandis Y. Wyatt, PMPFaculty Member, Transportation and Logistics The 2nd Annual Space Education and Strategic Applications Conference was held virtually on September 23-24, 2021. This event was sponsored by several groups,...
Podcast with Dr. Bethanie L. Hansen, Department Chair, School of Arts, Humanities and Education Teaching online and developing online courses can be an overwhelming process without limits. Frameworks can keep these processes clear and reduce stress for the online educator. In...
Image courtesy of Christin Hume on Unsplash. By Dr. Gary L. Deel, Ph.D., J.D.Associate Professor, Wallace E. Boston School of Business In a free society such as ours, citizens should be permitted to have any opinions they want. But the...
By Wes O’DonnellManaging Editor, AMU Edge You can’t watch the news these days without a mention of a cybersecurity breach somewhere in the world. It’s always springtime for cybercriminals as they take advantage of the massive shortage of trained...
WASHINGTON: Researchers at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) are raising alarms about powerful artificial intelligence technology now more widely available that could be used to generate disinformation at a troubling scale. The warning comes after...
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