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College Students See Blockchain Voting In Their Future

Kaspersky Lab, a global cybersecurity company based in Massachusetts and the U.K., hosted a competition for college students interested in Internet voting. The motivation was in part due to recent concerns of rigged or hacked voting. Approximately 20 colleges across the U.S. and U.K. took part. A team from New York University took first place with a solution blending old […]

What Do Medical Students Think About Electronic Health Records?

The median age of a first year medical student is 22. He or she was born in 1993, and by the time they got to 1st grade, the web was well established. In other words, they never knew a time when the Internet was not an integral part of their lives. We should not be […]


It was my great privilege yesterday to be a guest lecturer at MIT in Cambridge. My friend Irving Wladawsky-Berger met me at Kendall Square and we walked to Building 4 passing among throngs of students. You could feel the energy of young people in the air — students who are bright, hard working, and on […]

Patrick talks to Lehigh students about IBM

Patrick talks to Lehigh students about IBM The following is the program schedule for the speech “E-Commerce and the Future of the Internet” given by John Patrick at Lehigh University on Feb. 23, 2000 at 4PM in the Rauch Perella Auditorium. IBM ATTENDEES: 1. John Patrick – Lehigh Alum ’67, VP of IBM Internet Technology […]