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    Ideal for technical professionals who need to understand automotive cyber security evolution, this five-course program explores cyber security issues, vehicular data collection, and automotive applications of blockchain technology.
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Five In-Demand Technical Skills That Can Advance Your Career – IEEE Education Week 

The year 2022 should prove to be a hot job market for those with the right technical skills. With thousands of organizations digitizing their businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for software developers is skyrocketing. However, supply is not meeting demand, as a ...
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Four Ways to Ensure Your Digital Transformation’s Success in the New Year

If you thought your digital transformation was going to be a slow-moving transition, think again. According to a recent research report from Information Services Group (ISG), the COVID-19 pandemic has expedited enterprise digital transformation by three to five years. Also, it’s a major trend in ...
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ai-regulations

Ten Ways AI Regulations and Standards Will Evolve in 2022

With artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as machine learning and neural networks rapidly evolving, governments are racing to regulate AI. As TechRepublic reported in November 2021, the consulting firm Deloitte is predicting that evolving AI technologies could lead to “enforced regulations in 2023 and beyond.” ...
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How Does China’s New Data Privacy Law Compare with the EU’s GDPR?

Data privacy is quickly becoming a top priority for governments around the world. So far, the European Union, Brazil, and several U.S. states have all passed some form of data privacy regulation. The latest is China’s Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), China’s new data privacy ...
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Innovation At Work’s Top Five Reads from 2021

Climate change. The COVID-19 pandemic. Cyber security attacks. Artificial intelligence (AI) and data privacy regulations. The shift to 5G. These were all common themes in 2021, and are likely to continue affecting us well into the new year. To learn more, check out our top ...
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challenges-in-2022

Four Challenges Leaders Should Plan for in 2022 

The new year will usher in both new and familiar problems for organizational leaders. Many people have been hopeful about a full return to the office. However, the new highly contagious COVID-19 variant Omicron, which is infecting millions at breakneck speed, may affect such plans ...
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cyber-security-resolutions

Four Cyber Security Resolutions to Adopt in the New Year

2021 proved to be a tough year for cyber security. After a slew of ransomware attacks forced a number of companies to dole out millions of dollars, a major vulnerability has been discovered in “Log4j,” the software behind a number of popular software applications. Unlike ...
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uk-new-artificial-intelligence-roadmap

Six Priorities from the UK’s New Artificial Intelligence Roadmap

Demand for artificial intelligence (AI) is growing. According to Data Prot, a website that educates people about internet privacy, 37% of businesses and organizations employ AI technology. While AI can make organizations more efficient and profitable, these systems are not without risks, such as their ...
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machine-learning-math-science

Can Machine Learning Lead to New Discoveries in Math and Science?

Mysteries in math and science have puzzled human researchers for centuries. Now, a pair of recent studies suggest that machine learning could help them make breakthroughs much faster.  A paper published in Nature suggests new connections between the fields of knot theory— the study of ...
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