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"MIT Technology Review"
Study Shows Many iPhone Apps Defy Apple’s Privacy Advice
Our colleague Yuvraj Agarwal, a CSE postdoc and outgoing executive director of the Variability Expedition, is in Taipei for MobiSys 2013. Tomorrow he delivers his paper on the app ProtectMyPrivacy, created to give iOS users information about which apps are accessing the user ID, location or other information that could encroach on the consumer's privacy -- and recommendations on how to deal with them. The story made it onto the front page of MIT Technology Review today, including a mention of Apple rejecting a pared-down version of PMP because, "We have a problem with the concept of the app." Presumably Apple is also unhappy that Agarwal and his group used jailbroken iPhones to figure out the privacy settings of the 225,000 apps they studied.
"ABC News 4"
Global Innovators at the Forefront of Technology and Health
The fourth and final day of the October 2013 The Atlantic Meets the Pacific conference will take place in the Qualcomm Institute of Calit2 at UC San Diego.
Get Buzzed When You're Blissed Out
KPBS reporter Angela Carone features Qualcomm Institute Director Ramesh Rao describing the Bliss Buzzer, a stress and wellness app he helped develop with a team of researchers.
"UT San Diego "
Top UCSD Center Named Qualcomm Institute
Science reporter Gary Robbins and business reporter Mike Freeman cover the Qualcomm Institute's Open House and new name.
Larry Smarr at TEDMED 2013
Calit2 Director Larry Smaar talks about how charting his bodily inputs and outputs in minute detail revealed the true ecology of the quantified self.
Wall-to-Wall Interactive Web: Is It Not Far Away?
A presentation on "The History and Possible Futures of the Internet" by Calit2 Director Larry Smarr was cited in an article in eWeek. In his talk, Smarr cited government funding of universities as one of the key factors that will promote the evolution of mobile and social networks.
Patients, scientists learn from microbiome data
Aditi Pai writes about Calit2 director Larry Smarr's experience studying his microbiome and the self-tracking movement.
"UT San Diego"
UCSD to rename IT Institute for Qualcomm
UT San Diego's Mike Freeman reports on the renaming of the UCSD division of Calit2, which is now the Qualcomm Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, or Qualcomm Institute for short.
"California Council on Science and Technology"
Calit2 to Build High-speed Network for 'Big Data'
The CCST, a nonpartisan advisory group that offers expert advice to the state government, reports on the new Prism@UCSD project, which is a collaboration between Calit2 and the San Diego Supercomputer Center.
"La Jolla Light"
Multidisciplinary research institute at La Jolla's UC San Diego named in honor of Qualcomm
The renaming of the UCSD division of Calit2 -- which is now the Qualcomm Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology -- is featured by the La Jolla Light.
"La Jolla Patch"
Calit2 Gets New Name For Big Supporter -- Qualcomm Institute
The La Jolla Patch reports on Qualcomm Institute's new name.
Viewing Research Bandwidth Through a New Prism
The online news service reprints a Calit2 news release about the NSF-funded Prism@UCSD project, including quotes from UCSD Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla, Calit2 Director Larry Smarr, and PI Phil Papadopoulos.
"UT San Diego"
Apps, DeMaio, Lambos and more
A letter to the editor of UT San Diego points out "What an incredible, interesting article that Robin Abcarian wrote" in the Los Angeles Times... and "Kudos to Ganz Chockalingam and his programmers at UC San Diego" for creating the Best Time to Cross the Border app for iPhone and Android devices.
"Los Angeles Times"
Smartphone app speeds up border crossings
Columnist Robin Abcarian reports on the genesis and value of Calit2's Best Time to Cross the Border app for iPhone and Android devices.
New network being built to support transfer of big data
The physics-oriented web service picked up the Calit2 news release announcing the development of a Prism@UCSD network to boost the capacity of bandwidth between major science institutes and departments on the UCSD campus.
Reality Bites: Robot Combat League
Art Attack writer Pete Vonder Haar reviews the first episode of Robot Combat League, which features Calit2's Saura Naderi as one of 12 'robo-tech' engineers.
Battles between Humanoid Robots Hosted on Syfy
Azorobotics, which bills itself as covering "the a to z of robotics," covers the television debut of Calit2's Saura Naderi, who is featured in a new Syfy series called Robot Combat League.
UCSD's robot baby Diego-san appears on video for the first time
Jason Falconer reports that UCSD professor Javier Movellan, from the Calit2-based Machine Perception Laboratory, has completed work with robotics makers on a robot one-year-old with a wide range of facial expressions to mimic humans while learning.
"UT San Diego"
Genius Grant Winner Blazing a New Trail
Arts critic Jim Chute reports on Claire Chase, MacArthur Award winning arts entrepreneur and co-founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble, which will perform works by Calit2 composer in residence Rand Steiger Jan. 11 at Calit2.
Community Embraces Effort to Build 3D Virtual Cell
The University of California at San Diego issued the following news release: Scientists from the University of California, San Diego, national and international research centers launched a first-of-its-kind workshop series intended to bring together investigators from a wide range of scientific fields to develop a 3D Virtual Cell. Funding for the Dec. 13-14 conference was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
"The News Gazette"
Q&A with new director of NCSA
Edward Seidel will take over as Director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) in January, and he credits Calit2 Director Larry Smarr for getting him interested in high-performance computing. Seidel worked for Smarr in the early 90s, when Smarr was the founding director of NCSA, located in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In an interview with the News-Gazette newspaper, Seidel is quoted as saying, "it was being a postdoc of Larry Smarr at NCSA that drew me in to scientific computing and interdisciplinary work." Since then, Seidel has worked at the NSF and the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, was the founder of the Center of Computation and Technology at Louisiana, and is currently a senior VP of research and innovation at Skoltech, Russia's new interdisciplinary research university.
"Telehealth & Telecare Aware"
The pill spot -- Proteus's first trial and FDA approval for the next generation PillCam
Calit2 Director Larry Smarr is referenced in this article about telehealth and the difficulties in getting patients to take their prescribed medicine.
After touch screens, researchers demonstrate electronic recording and replay of human touch (w/ Video)
PhysOrg reports on new technology out of the Qualcomm Institute that could pave the way for digital systems to record, store, edit and replay information in a dimension that goes beyond what we can see or hear: touch.
UC San Diego, UMD Researchers to Build 'WIFIRE' Cyberinfrastructure
The Noodls website picks up our story on a new cyberinfrasture that will use the power of real-time data-driven assessment, simulation, prediction and visualization to help fight fires.
Verizon Communications, Inc.: Innovative, Tech-Enabled Tuberculosis Treatment-Monitoring System Debuts in San Diego
Tuberculosis patients now have a less-intrusive treatment program that will improve the likelihood that they will take all their critical medications, thanks to an innovative, locally developed treatment-adherence monitoring system that uses mobile-health technology and was designed at the Qualcomm Institute.
"San Diego Magazine"
The X Factor
San Diego Magazine writer Ann Wycoff writes about "the cult of TED" and the man behind TEDx San Diego, Jack Abbott. TEDx San Diego will take place at the Qualcomm Institute in 2013.
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