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New global partnerships expand Northeastern PhD programs to Italy and Hong Kong

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New global partnerships expand Northeastern PhD programs to Italy and Hong Kong

Are Alexa, Siri, and Cortana recording your private conversations?

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Are Alexa, Siri, and Cortana recording your private conversations?

The future of manufacturing will be data-driven. Are we up to the task?

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The future of manufacturing will be data-driven. Are we up to the task?

Northeastern University launches the Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things

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Northeastern University launches the Institute for the Wireless Internet of Things

Industry 4.0 is upon us but the manufacturing workforce is struggling to keep up. Here’s the solution.

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Industry 4.0 is upon us but the manufacturing workforce is struggling to keep up. Here’s the solution.

Northeastern University research finds smart TVs, other Internet-connected devices are exposing private user data
The smart devices in your home are listening to you, recording your whereabouts, and sending data to technology companies and other third-parties, according to a new study by David Choffnes, an associate professor at Northeastern. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

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Northeastern University research finds smart TVs, other Internet-connected devices are exposing private user data

Cute robots, smart underwear, and facial recognition in church: Have we gone too far?

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Cute robots, smart underwear, and facial recognition in church: Have we gone too far?

Here’s how the future of wireless technology might look

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Here’s how the future of wireless technology might look

Here’s some advice to make internet hackers less frightening

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Here’s some advice to make internet hackers less frightening

A tiny antenna could be good for your health. All you have to do is stick it in your brain.

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A tiny antenna could be good for your health. All you have to do is stick it in your brain.

Is your refrigerator spying on you?

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Is your refrigerator spying on you?

Mesmerized by how bats ‘dance in the air,’ this new Northeastern professor built a robotic one

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Mesmerized by how bats ‘dance in the air,’ this new Northeastern professor built a robotic one