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Photonics Researchers Use Finite Element Method to Make Breakthroughs in 2020 

In 2020, photonics researchers used the finite element method (FEM) to make a number of exciting discoveries in the field of optics.  As discussed in a previous post, FEM is a numerical solution that breaks down a much larger, complex problem into a series of ...
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How Blockchain and IoT Will Enable “Smart Contracts” 

The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating excitement over its potential to transform the world, but the real power of IoT will be bolstered by another emerging technology—blockchain.  IoT is a system of interconnected devices that gather and transfer data over a wireless network. These ...
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Four Principles Organizations Should Include in Artificial Intelligence Standards 

As artificial intelligence (AI) systems are built on larger and larger quantities of data, the potential threat that they can pose to the public also grows. For example, automated systems could equipped with biased algorithms that discriminate against women and minority groups. Additionally, AI-based software, ...
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How 2020 Transformed Innovation and the Workplace

There’s no doubt about it—2020 was a tumultuous year for the technology sector. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entire industries were forced to transition to remote work, slow production due to shutdowns, and stall new project testing. These delays caused significant setbacks in major industries, ...
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How Can Large Connected Vehicle Fleets Be Protected Against Cyber Attacks?

Cyber security experts tasked with securing large corporate fleets of connected vehicles face a daunting challenge. While it’s relatively easy to secure small fleets, the technology does not scale well to larger ones. For example, facial and vehicle recognition software work well in smaller fleets, ...
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Four Ways Organizations Can Foster Career Growth for Women in STEM

It’s no secret that women who work in science, engineering, technology, and mathematics (STEM) on average face greater obstacles than their male peers. Not only are women underrepresented in these fields, they are also frequently paid less, sidelined to junior positions, and are more likely ...
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How the Finite Element Method Can Reduce Thermal Stress in High-Power Diode-Lasers

The majority of  medical, scientific, and industrial applications utilize high-power diode-lasers (HPDLs). Due to the common use of HPDLs, it’s more important than ever to prevent optical and physical malfunctions in high-power laser packages. However, as laser technology has become more advanced, HPDL output power ...
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Will Blockchain Transform Personal Health Data Management?

With news that vaccines to control the spread of COVID-19 have been developed and approved, the next step will be the enormous undertaking of administering them to the public. For the current vaccines developed by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech to be long-lasting and effective, individuals must ...
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How Will Edge Computing Evolve in 2021?

As more organizations switch to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are transitioning away from traditional servers to cloud computing services for enhanced flexibility and security. Some groups are also beginning to turn to edge computing technology: a distributed, open IT architecture with decentralized ...
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