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Quantum computers are like kaleidoscopes − why unusual metaphors help illustrate science and technology

The uniqueness of quantum computers calls for an unusual metaphor. As a communications researcher who studies technology, I believe that quantum computers can be better understood as kaleidoscopes.

Semiconductor Manufacturing in Costa Rica

In an Insecure World, Americans Should Look South

Costa Rica has developed a semiconductor investment and manufacturing roadmap to position itself as a leader in memory chip manufacturing and distribution.

Purdue University researchers work toward developing quantum materials. (Purdue University photo/Charles Jischke)

Purdue University joins Chicago Quantum Exchange, tapping into the region’s efforts to advance U.S. leadership in quantum technologies

Purdue University Joins the Chicago Quantum Exchange (CQE) in a collaborative effort to advance the science and engineering of quantum information, build the future quantum workforce, and drive the nation’s quantum economy.

U.S. President Joe Biden (right) and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk together after a meeting in Woodside, California, on Nov. 15, 2023, during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders' week.

Are U.S.-China Talks Accomplishing Anything?

Delegations from the U.S. and China met in Geneva to start a bilateral conversation on artificial intelligence, aimed at mitigating the global risks from advanced AI systems.

Michelle Giuda on BBC News -- China tech competition

Michelle Giuda on the reality of the tech competition with China – BBC news

CEO of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, Michelle Giuda, joined BBC News to discuss the importance of setting global tech standards rooted in the trust principles of freedom and rule of law.

Michelle Giuda addresses CHIPS for America Summit

Purdue’s silicon moment continues. Michelle Giuda addresses CHIPS for America summit.

Michelle Giuda to semiconductor leaders at CHIPS for America Summit: “Tech Diplomacy is innovating and engineering a new way to work together across sectors and across partners and allies.”

Australian Strategic Policy Institute: Tech diplomacy–what it is, and why it’s important

Australian Strategic Policy Institute: Tech diplomacy–what it is, and why it’s important

Technology lies at the heart of geostrategic competition between China and the US. The US and its allies need to secure advantages in emerging technologies to meet ongoing and rapidly evolving national security imperatives.

Mircea Geoana, Michelle Giuda, Mung Chiang at Krach Institute

Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Expands Ties with NATO

The Krach Institute welcomes NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană on April 25, 2024. Visit underscores commitment to leveraging innovation and technology for the defense and security of the United States and the Alliance.

Giuda addresses WCA

Krach Institute CEO to 54th Annual Washington Conference on the Americas: “The key to opportunity is trusted technology.”

Giuda pointed out that infrastructure, digital capability, and a skilling of the population alone are not enough to spur digitization. The key to seizing the opportunity is trusted technology.

Krach Institute Launches Tech Diplomacy Academy

Krach Institute Unveils World’s First Tech Diplomacy Academy, Pioneering a New Era of Global Leadership

Today the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue unveiled its Tech Diplomacy Academy, the world’s first and only online education platform poised to revolutionize how government, business, technology and citizen leaders are trained at scale about critical and emerging technologies, and how to compete and lead in a contested technology and geopolitical landscape.

Michelle Giuda and Sam Jaddi SXSW

Michelle Giuda at SXSW: “This generation has a right and responsibility to mold the tech landscape.”

Michelle Giuda, CEO of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, spoke with Sam Jaddi, CIO at ADT, about secure surveillance. Michelle also joined a roundtable discussion on advancing freedom with the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and caught up with Bloomberg to discuss artificial intelligence and how TikTok remains a national security risk.

If China dominates 5G and 6G, no defense system can protect America

If China dominates 5G and 6G, no defense system can protect America

The Hon. Keith Krach and Brendan Carr

Americans of both parties recognize that the Chinese Communist Party threatens the free world with its multifaceted game of economic, military, diplomatic and cultural technologies.