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Is Artificial Intelligence Only for the Rich?

In conversations about the future of artificial intelligence (AI), the idea that machines will soon take over our whole lives and even eliminate jobs, increasing the numbers of people unemployed, usually comes into play. Unless you’re talking with Geoffrey Hinton. One of the biggest names ...
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$60M in Federal Grants for AV Programs Available

Although there’s been a race among car manufacturers to bring autonomous vehicles (AVs) to market, after a string of setbacks in AV testing curbed public trust in the technology, the focus has shifted toward AV safety. It’s no longer just about what AVs can ...
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Meet the Game Changer in Offshore Wind Farming

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7 New Skills You Can Now Learn with the IEEE eLearning Library

With the New Year comes new eLearning opportunities for your team to learn critical skills in emerging technologies. At IEEE, we’re committed to providing organizational training that’s highly relevant to what engineers and other technical professionals are working on right now. We do this ...
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4 Blockchain Energy Companies to Watch in 2019

New energy blockchain concepts seemed to crop up nearly weekly in 2018. A recent Greentech Media survey of energy and blockchain insiders revealed four companies to watch in the energy blockchain industry in 2019.

  1. Electron

Why does this London-based trading platform developer stand ...
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Finland the Latest Contender in the Global Race to 5G

The United States, China and South Korea are expected to be among the first to install full 5G networks. However, Finland has just entered the race, and is a strong competitor in terms of agility, speed, and finding new ways to utilize this technology. Finnish ...
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Robot Limitations Slow the Adoption of AVs

Robot Limitations Slow the Adoption of AVs

Since well before the days of The Jetsons television series, we’ve been waiting for robots like Rosie to become part of our daily lives, performing all kinds of tasks at home and everywhere, but the use of robots still remains incredibly limited. This is mostly ...
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Our Top 10 of 2018

As we count down the last few days of 2018, we’re taking a look at the top Innovation at Work articles of the year. This top 10 list is based on reader views, likes, comments, and more. Artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, edge computing, and more ...
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Are Upcoming U.S. Infrastructure Improvements Cyber Secure?

CCRC is the state-owned and heavily subsidized passenger rail provider from China. It’s winning contracts in major cities across the United States, undercutting competitors on prices. Meanwhile, the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is currently accepting bids for infrastructure work. The possibility that ...
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