22 November 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media , Programming Languages & Software Engineering

Fixing bugs can be a tedious and time consuming work for programmers. Instead of having the programmer manually debug and fix faulty code, can the system suggest possible patches for the code? NUS Computing Professor Abhik Roychoudhury discussed his research in automated program repair and how this field of research can help programmers automatically rectify software errors and vulnerabilities.

Communications of the ACM, 22 November 2019



18 November 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

Around the world, the use of facial recognition technology has been used for an increasing variety of purposes, ranging from law enforcement to checking into flights at airports. Associate Professor Terence Sim shared the reasons for the increasing use of facial recognition and the data security concerns of using the technology.

Channel News Asia, 18 November 2019

 



13 November 2019 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

According to a recent McAfee report, celebrities like Alexis Bledel, Sophie Turner and Jackie Chan turn out to be the world's most dangerous people to search online due to the prevelance of harmful websites and torrent links that appear when searching for a certain celebrity. Associate Professor Chang Ee-chien shares how users can protect themselves from data leaks and security breaches while using the Internet.

Lianhe Zaobao, 13 November 2019