A Clemson University researcher has developed a fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) method that allows data to be searched while still remaining encrypted, reducing the risk of access for unauthorized parties.
Clemson researchers have developed a novel method and apparatus for testing faceguard effectiveness, without destroying the facemask, developing parameters that more accurately reflect the impact and strain the faceguard undergoes during sporting activities.
Clemson Researchers developed ColorNet, a novel software that uses artificial intelligence to identify colors important to a brand, such as team colors on a jersey, and correct them to the brand-correct color, in real time.
Clemson researchers have created a new method managing data encryption that uses blockchain to enable streamlined data and access storage. This invention allows audit and compliance staff to identify the individuals who had access to which versions of specific data in a privacy preserving manner.
Inventor: Dr. Richard Brooks, Tony Skjellum, Lu Yu
Clemson University researchers have developed a novel tool that accounts for this information, in conjunction with current/past selling prices and the information of comparable properties, to provide economic insights about the impact of real estate uniqueness on sales prices.