Intel Research at Berkeley: Biodiversity in Computing

March 29th, 2007 |
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Intel Researcher Nina Taft says she was inspired by a newspaper article on how diversity in nature helps organisms thwart the threat of viruses. Her application of principles of biodiversity and her investigation into personalizing security, user by user, could reduce attacks in enterprise networks. Jason Lopez recorded this podcast.

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