Presentations Galore!

I spent a good chunk of November in Northern California, where I gave four talks on voting with different levels of cryptographic depth based on audience interest: SRI, Google, Berkeley, and Stanford. Thanks to my respective hosts at all of these places! I’ve posted all of my slides, as always under a Creative Commons license (you can reuse my slides, just give me proper credit.)

The most accessible one is the Google one, since my audience only included a small handful of cryptographers. The SRI talk was not my best, as I had too much material not yet properly calibrated for time (it was the first of the 4). The Stanford and Berkeley talks are similar, but the Stanford one is probably a tad better (it was my last one.)