Advances in technology benefit us through convenience and speed. But clever adversaries can use these same advances to threaten people and institutions. For example:
How do you encourage innovation in artificial intelligence without falling prey to unintended—and possibly dangerous—consequences?
How do you make people safer with advanced facial recognition systems—without sacrificing civil liberties?
How do you stay ahead of possible security impacts as the government expands its use of mobile networks?
How do you get a system as far-reaching as the financial services sector to work in unison to thwart cyber attacks?
From financial systems to face recognition, MITRE conducts research and works with government agencies like the Department of Homeland Security to fortify our nation's safety and stability. Read more about our people and our work below.
Greg Shemancik shares how mCODE & CodeX initiatives seek to capture high-quality data needed to improve cancer research and care as part of a ‘Learning Health System.’ #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/elnSzLKH5X
Childhood obesity is a problem in the U.S. While we have plenty of data to help find answers, it's hard to bring that data together. The Childhood Obesity Data Initiative aims to change that. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/8p2bNuMz11
MITRE is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. MITRE recruits, employs, trains, compensates, and promotes regardless of age, color, race, disability, marital status, national and ethnic origin, political affiliation, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, family medical or genetic information, and other protected status.
MITRE intends to maintain a website that is fully accessible to all individuals. If you are unable to search or apply for jobs and would like to request a reasonable accommodation for any part of MITRE’s employment process, please contact MITRE’s Recruiting Help Line at 703-983-8226 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org