Timothy Carone

Timothy Carone

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Associate Teaching Professor

Office: 327 Mendoza College of Business
Phone: 574-631-9322
Email: tcarone1@nd.edu

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Areas of Expertise

Data science, automation, business intelligence, data mining, artificial intelligence and data security.

Timothy Carone is a teaching professor in the Department of IT, Analytics, and Operations in the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. A former astrophysicist, Carone specializes in data science, business intelligence, data mining, artificial intelligence and data security. He is the author of “Future Automation—Changes to Lives and to Businesses,” which discusses the transition to autonomous systems.


Self-driving cars, email privacy and election hacking

Notre Dame Day 2017


Tesla driverless car death not surprising, expect more

Yahoo’s woes transcend privacy


‘WikiLeaks is Trying to Carve Out a Bigger, Broader Role for Itself’

The food robots are upon us—taking orders, flipping burgers, and posing questions

Intel drops $15B on Mobileye in race for a driverless future

Intel buys driverless car technology firm Mobileye

WikiLeaks: CIA can hack into phones, TVs — everything

WikiLeaks dump shows you how naked you really are

A Drone-Slinging UPS Van Delivers the Future

Will food machines be the future of fast food?

This machine will serve you a free Big Mac

Three things President Trump can do to bring jobs back to the Midwest

How to stop automakers from cheating on emissions tests

Bishops need to engage the conversation now on driverless cars

Moonshot for the Midwest

What Uber needs more than driverless beer trucks

Rigged Elections/ The Wikileaks fallout

Yahoo hack hit 500 mn users, likely ‘state sponsored’

Yahoo Breach of 500M Accounts Among the Biggest of All-Time

Innovation, safety sought in self-driving car guidelines

Exec: Most Lyft rides will be in autonomous cars in 5 years

A Look At Uber’s Ambitions For A Driverless Future

Government ill-equipped to thwart cyberwarfare

US Election Officials Worried About Russian Cyber Attacks

SpaceX Rocket Blast Destroys Satellite for Facebook Project

Will Robots Replace Fast-Food Workers?

Concerns Mount Over Foreign Cyberattacks on US Election Day

Uber to introduce self-driving cars to its fleet in coming weeks

Holocaust Museum to Pokemon Go fans: Please don’t play here

Tesla working on Autopilot radar changes after crash

‘Pokemon Go’ digital popularity is also warping real life

Tesla driver’s death on ‘Autopilot’ triggers probe, dilemma

After Tesla Crash, Will Driverless Technology Transition Slow?

UPDATE 4-Tesla crash raises concerns about autonomous vehicle regulation