Technology can do a lot more to make our elections more secure and reliable, and to ensure that participation in the democratic process is available to all.
The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | May 10, 2017
There is power in numbers, or so the saying goes. But statistics mean different things to different people. Take Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, for instance.The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | November 1, 2016
In the past few years, the devastating effects of hackers breaking into an organization's network, stealing confidential data, and publishing everything have been...The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | September 14, 2016
It's 2016: What possible reason is there to vote on paper? When we use touchscreens to communicate, work, and shop, why can't we use similar technology to vote?The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | August 29, 2016
In theory, the Internet of Things—the connected network of tiny computers inside home appliances, household objects, even clothing—promises to make your life easier...The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | December 28, 2015
In his novel Super Sad True Love Story, Gary Shteyngart imagined ubiquitous poles installed on sidewalks that display people’s credit scores as they walked by.The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | October 16, 2015
One of us first fought World War III from the backseat of a station wagon headed toward Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. For the other, it was at an island cabin on...The Atlantic From ACM Opinion | June 30, 2015