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New AI Approaches to Chemical Testing Could Reduce Need for Animal Testing

Each year, more than 2 million animals are destroyed in testing of various chemicals used in consumer products. That may soon change, thanks to new approaches to chemical testing using artificial intelligence (AI). Thomas Hartung, Professor of Environmental Health and Engineering at Johns Hopkins ...
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3 Challenges of Building a Learning Culture (and How to Overcome Them)

By 2025, millennials will make up 75% of the workforce, and 87% of millennials say development is important in a job. With automation on the rise, individuals are aware of the importance of staying relevant in their chosen line of work. Employee development is a ...
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Top Jobs in the Hot Biomedical Engineering Sector

This is a sponsored post from Digi-Key. Written by Jennifer Boscavage Popular sci-fi TV shows such as Westworld and Altered Carbon feature topics concerning robotics, artificial intelligence and biometrics, so increasing numbers of college-bound students are learning about the biomedical engineering field. Such human-mechanical hybridization piques the curiosity of engineers and the media ...
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Who’s Responsible for an Autonomous Vehicle Accident?

Driver error causes 94% of conventional (non-autonomous) car crashes. Both fully and partially autonomous vehicles (AVs) could improve that number substantially – once they’re closer to perfected. In the meantime, there have been over 30 accidents involving AVs in the state of California since ...
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Our Top 10 Articles of 2018 – So Far!

It’s hard to believe we’re more than halfway through 2018 already! That means it’s time to take a look back at some of the top Innovation at Work articles from the first half of the year, based on reader views, likes, comments and more. From ...
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Pulse of Engineering Survey Finds Engineers Under Pressure to Know & Do More with Less

The results of the fourth annual Pulse of Engineering Survey, conducted by IEEE GobalSpec, are available, providing insightful perspectives from the minds of engineers around the world on a variety of topics, from work environment to performance measurement, professional challenges and competition, and more ...
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Artificial Intelligence for the Internet of Moving Things

This is a sponsored post from Stevens Institute of Technology. Written by R. Chandramouli and K.P Subbalakshmi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering & Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Stevens Institute of Technology Internet of Moving Things (IoMT) denotes connected cars, trucks, trains, etc., and, ...
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Blockchain Smart Contracts: How the Music Industry Stands to Benefit

With all the music apps available today, you’d think that musicians are raking in money, hand over fist. But with many parties clamoring for their share, from music labels to producers, managers, and more, and unreliable metadata (which contains info like who the rights holders ...
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Holding AVs Accountable for Driver Safety Depends on Advancements in the IoT

The smartphone technology that we can’t seem to live without may be the same technology that could actually save our lives on the roads. The car industry is leveraging the seamless connectivity of the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce human driving error, the cause ...
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