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CES 2018 Updates from IEEE

CES 2018: News To Know About

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the annual place to be for technology professionals, experts, and enthusiasts. There are literally hundreds of new product launches, and sometimes it’s hard to cut through all the clutter to find out what’s actually worth knowing about. Of the ...
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AI Industry

Is Your Industry Ripe for Artificial Intelligence Disruption?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to make an indelible mark on how business is done in a variety of fields. The AI industry will have tremendous impact on the way people and programs work together effectively. Here are the industries that are primed to see ...
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bring your own device business IT security

Enterprise Internet of Things: Four Core Security Threats

Closed-circuit security cameras, smart phones, wireless printers, IP-connected energy meters, video conferencing systems. These are the type of “things” that make up the Enterprise Internet of Things (EIoT). Although the EIoT holds different weight among different companies, with IoT devices being always-on, always-connected, the risk is ...
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IEEE Standards for National Electric Safety Code NESC

The 2017 National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®): Rules To Live & Work By

The National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) can be found everywhere in everyday life. You probably just aren’t aware of it. The NESC protects the public as well as utility workers, as it is the authoritative code for ensuring the continued practical safeguarding of utility facilities ...
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IEEE Innovation at Work

Top 5 IEEE Innovation at Work Articles of 2017

It’s been a busy year for us here at IEEE Innovation at Work since our first article went live this past March. Between then and now, we’ve written roughly 21,000 words on a range of topics, including artificial intelligence, cyber security, ethical hacking, and the ...
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Blockchain for Security, Transparency IEEE

Blockchain: 2017’s Biggest Tech Trend?

To stay innovative, companies must constantly anticipate the next big disruption to their industry. This year, millions of dollars were invested in developing blockchain. While many business and IT leaders have heard how they need to get in on the blockchain game (Harvard Business Review’s advice ...
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IEEE Wake-Up Radio in the news

IEEE Wake-Up Radio In The News Again

The Ericsson Research Blog recently profiled IEEE Wake-Up Radio (check it out here). Frequent readers of ours will know that this ground-breaking technology, developed by the IEEE 802.11ba standards task group, adds a second, low-power radio receiver to a device to reduce power consumption and significantly ...
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Cyber security training from IEEE

The Latest Worrisome Cyber Security Stats

In the absence of comprehensive cyber security training, cyber threats can wreak havoc on businesses in seconds, as the time from knowledge of vulnerability to release of exploit is shrinking. And yet, many organizations remain ill-equipped to handle security attacks as they happen across platforms. It’s ...
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Ethical AI Design: AI and Ethics in Design course program from IEEE now available for pre-order

Achieve Ethical AI Design with New IEEE Course Program

In an effort to prioritize ethical considerations in the design and development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Systems (AS), the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (AI/AS) was formed. Representing the input of more than 100 experts ...
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