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Last month I went to a workshop on secure multiparty computation that was organized by IARPA. I’ve had mixed luck with these types of workshops that are organized by funding agencies. However, this one was pretty good, because of the timeliness of the topic, well-prepared talks, and the fact that the participants were some of the big names in security and MPC.
This was also one first times I’ve visited and given a talk at MIT, which was a lot of fun. Many of the talk slides are included in the workshop link above.
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