Luddy Hall interior, taken on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018.

To sustain the progress of AI and data analytics, we need to meet the strong demand for the qualified workforce on data protection, data-in-use protection in particular. The center will also take the lead in confidential computing-related education, workforce development and broadening participation. We plan to develop the first confidential computing curriculum and make it a model nation-wide and even world-wide. We will work with minority serving institutions to train students from under-represented groups on DCC. We will also aggressively seek technology transfer with industry partners and work with them to develop a qualified workforce.