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Straub's research focuses on technology development and technology policy. Overarching themes in his writings include artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, 3D printing and aerospace. Straub serves as a member of the North Dakota K-20W initiative, an all-of-government initiative which seeks to ensure that students have access to computer and cyber science education throughout all levels of education (from kindergarten to the doctoral level).
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Discusses changes in PhD degree recipients in the United States over time and analyzes what the implications of these changes are.
Discusses what a "Pearl Harbor-level" cybersecurity incident would be and how nations can prepare for and respond to it.
Discusses how to prepare for cybersecurity to be part of the emergency management framework with a particular focus on mitigation activities.
Proposes a new form of artificial intelligence which avoids bias and non-causal associations through the combination of two existing techniques, neural networks and rule-fact expert systems.
Describes how the TRL scale can be augmented with another level to be ready for recurrent space activities.