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computer science cybersecurity digital forensics
In today’s computerized world, almost all companies and organizations rely on network computing technology for their business. They process, transmit, and store their sensitive and valuable business data on various computing systems. This makes their business activities more convenient, efficient, and profitable. However, since everything is online and accessible through the Internet, this also makes...
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Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
The Eastern Kentucky University Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) proudly announces that it will host the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Southeast Conference in April 2023. This allows the department to have another opportunity to provide its enthusiastic support and contributions to the computing society.
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computer science artificial intelligence
AI is machine-displayed intelligence built upon machine learning, deep learning, data science, and data mining to simulate human behavior or thinking. AI might seem like science fiction, but as you can see, AI has woven itself into our daily lives in many ways, whether we are aware of it or not.
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computer science game design
EKU’s 100% online game design certificate can be completed in 12 credit hours and provides students with the technical skills and real-world knowledge needed to become a leader in the field that is bigger than the film and music industries combined. Students gain advanced understanding in a range of concepts, from aesthetics to immersion, which...
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computer science students
Benjamin chose EKU not only because it was nearby and affordable, but also because of the class flexibility and topics. He said, “the classes were a good fit for a working professional, both in terms of the scheduling and of the subject matter.” He went on to say, “the program provides a great starting point...
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computer science mri image
Alzheimer's disease is a chronic neurodegenerative disease, which causes progressive damage to patients' ability in memory, language, behavior, and problem-solving. An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are suffering from Alzheimer's dementia today.
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