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How Blockchain Will Boost Global Supply Chains During the Pandemic

With more people shopping online than ever before during the COVID-19 pandemic, blockchain is increasingly becoming a solution to tracking and authenticating goods along the complex and arduous global supply chain. Blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger of transactions that records data in a way ...
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Amid Pandemic, Vehicle Manufacturers Race To Meet New Cyber Security Regulations 

All over the world, COVID-19 lockdowns are disrupting supply chains and manufacturing. As a result, European vehicle manufacturers may have trouble meeting the latest United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) automotive cyber security requirements. As discussed in a previous post, the new UNECE WP.29 ...
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Improve Your English Skills With The IEEE English for Technical Professionals Program

Do you excel at the technical side of your job but struggle to present and translate complex engineering concepts in English? There’s no getting around it: If you want to succeed as an engineer in the 21st century, fluency in English is often as important ...
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Can Ultraviolet Light Kill COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has killed over a million people across the globe. Until a vaccine is available, social distancing and regular hand washing are our best protection from the virus. However, a lesser known method can also help combat the virus: ultraviolet (UV) light. Although ...
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IEEE and Rutgers Business School Offer First-Ever Mini-MBA Program for Technical Professionals

An engineer or technical professional may have great technical skills, but do they have the communications and business acumen necessary to cut it in today’s corporate world? On 27 October, The ROI of Investing in Your Team’s Leadership Development virtual event highlighted how the IEEE ...
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U.S. Launches Projects to Test and Expand 5G 

In October, the United States announced a pair of ambitious projects to expand and test 5G in rural regions and on U.S. military bases. At the end of the month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted an order intended to help expand 5G in rural ...
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Five Major Ethical Challenges AI Developers Should Consider

Artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, but many developers aren’t prepared to deal with the ethical challenges it poses, according to a new report from the consulting firm Capgemini titled  “AI and the Ethical Conundrum: How organizations can build ethically robust AI systems and ...
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How the Finite Element Method (FEM) Enhances Optical Lens Design and Analysis 

Optical lenses are vital components to the manufacturing and labeling of goods. For example, optical lenses are found in electronic devices like smartphones and laptops. They’re also used to make logos and graphics on hardware as well as other kinds of markings commonly found on ...
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Is Confidential Computing the Future of Cloud Security? 

In October, IBM announced plans to split the 109-year-old tech giant’s managed infrastructure services unit into a separate public company that will focus on cloud computing. Dubbed “NewCo,” the company plans to launch late next year in order for IBM to center its attention on ...
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