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Data Privacy Law Preparation: Four Basic Requirements

China recently joined the European Union and Brazil in passing a personal data protection law. Scheduled to go into effect on 1 November 2021, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) will require app designers to allow users to decide whether and how their data will ...
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Get the Educational Resources You Need and Celebrate with IEEE Education Week

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way we work and learn in a short period. Despite the best efforts of K-12 STEM educators to transform their classes into virtual environments, some students have fallen behind. According to Ed Week, half of U.S. students enrolled in ...
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Three Ways To Prepare Your Workforce for Artificial Intelligence

Only 20% of U.S. companies are fully deploying artificial intelligence (AI) for decision-making in their businesses based on survey responses from 1,000 senior business executives. According to the news site Axios, 61% of organizations are just starting to adopt AI for decision-making, while 19% are ...
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Four Reasons Machine Learning Models Fail and How to Fix Them

Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) in which algorithms are trained to get better at solving problems on their own, similar to the functionality of a human brain. While organizations are rapidly adapting machine learning to enhance their business operations, many are ...
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Five Ways to Reduce Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks in which hackers take an organization’s data hostage in exchange for money have spiraled during the COVID-19 pandemic, costing businesses an average of $4.24 million USD, according to a recent IBM report. In May, U.S. President Joe Biden enacted an executive order that ...
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What To Expect from NIST’s Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework

The United States, Canada, and Europe have all begun taking steps to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). The states of California and Washington are considering proposals aimed at mitigating bias in artificial intelligence applications, which is a clear sign that AI developers and those who deploy ...
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What Method Should Photonics Engineers Use for Optical Simulations? 

Photonics engineers rely on optical simulations for their designs. Depending on the optical size of their model geometry, they need to choose the best method for performing these simulations, according to Christopher Boucher, a lead developer at COMSOL, a simulation software.  “The concept of optical ...
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Report: 5G Cell Sites Have Little Impact on Real Estate Valuations

A recent study from Joint Venture Silicon Valley debunked the long held myth by the real estate industry that 5G cell sites decrease property values. In fact, it found that 5G cell sites actually increase home valuations in some cases, particularly in urban areas, due ...
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Six Ways Blockchain + IoT Will Improve Business Contracts

Contracts have long created headaches for the business community. Traditionally authorized by third parties such as banks and courts, business contracts can be expensive and time consuming, in addition to often ending in disputes — or even lawsuits. However, blockchain technology and the Internet of ...
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