It’s hard to believe we’re more than halfway through 2018 already! That means it’s time to take a look back at some of the top Innovation at Work articles from the first half of the year, based on reader views, likes, comments and more.
From understanding a time-tested process to accelerating the adoption of best practices, these articles cover reliable ways for engineers to develop the latest skills and work more effectively.
- Working with Electricity: How the NESC Differs from the NEC. In the ever-changing electrical landscape, it’s important to understand the difference between the National Electrical Code® (NEC®) and National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®).
- Understanding Blockchain Technology: A Brief Bitcoin Case Study. Get a fundamental grasp of how blockchains actually work and prepare for the blockchain revolution.
- The Difference Between AI Ethics in Theory and Practice. What seems ethical when developing artificial intelligence (AI) products often changes when putting those products into practice.
- The Race to the Edge of the Network. Edge computing is poised to enable billions of new Internet of Things (IoT) end-points and real-time local artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) for autonomous systems.
- 6 Things to Consider Before Your Enterprise IoT Deployment. Your organization’s CIO must anticipate critical challenges before plugging into the Internet of Things (IoT).
- 7 Tips to Improve Your Small Business Cybersecurity. Without proper protection, you’re leaving your business open to a cyber attack and making your customers’ data vulnerable to theft. Here are 7 tips – the minimum measures to take – for better cybersecurity.
- What Is Blockchain Bounce? As brands announce that they’re working with blockchain technologies, or soon will be, they’re experiencing blockchain bounce. Could this phenomenon make a difference for your company?
- Why Technical Standards are Essential in Product Development. In industries from communications and media, to healthcare, construction, energy and more, standards help ensure safety, reliability and environmental care, and contribute to the enhancement of our daily lives.
- String of Setbacks Halts Several Autonomous Vehicle Tests. Autonomous vehicle (AV) technology promises to reduce the number of motor vehicle-related injuries and deaths each year. However, fatalities seem inevitable, causing many AV makers to hit the pause button on testing.
- The Smart Grid Could Hold the Keys to Electric Vehicles. Electric vehicles (EVs) can play a major role in providing energy-efficient and sustainable solutions for utilities, cities and even entire countries. All it takes is a Smart Grid.
And there’s more to come!
It’s been an exciting year in the engineering world – and there’s more to come! Bookmark this page to stay up to date on the latest from IEEE Innovation at Work.