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“In biomedicine, the consequences of failed or biased AI decision-making can be fatal, and there are many privacy risks in existing Al algorithms… These challenges are what really keep me up at night.”
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Al-Shahna Jamal completed her BAsc and MASc at UBC Electrical and Computer Engineering, graduating in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Today, she’s a software engineer at Microsoft, and living in Seattle.
“One of the things I like about cloud computing research is how interdisciplinary it is. The complexity and scale of cloud systems, combined with a wide range of user demands, makes it an exciting research area.”
“The evolution of computer systems has transformed the way we live, and the security of computer systems has become a huge concern. Finding solutions for these new challenges keeps me motivated.”
“As a TA, you learn to look at problems from a different perspective, and come up with unique ways to explain the same problem to different audiences. ”
Jasper is a mutt belonging to ECE Student Services and Engagement manager Ross Sheppard.
PhD student Khaled Ahmed, Dr. Mieszko Lis, and Dr. Julia Rubin win Distinguished Paper Award at ICST 2021
Khaled Ahmed, Dr. Mieszko Lis, and Dr. Julia Rubin received the Distinguished Paper Award at IEEE ICST 2021.
“Striking the right balance between the social and technological is what has given our app a competitive edge time and time again…”
Nacho is an energetic and friendly 14-year-old chihuahua, belonging to ECE Communications Assistant Maggie Grilo.