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 — you’ll find it all here with IEEE.
Our Top 10
- Do the Benefits of Artificial Intelligence Outweigh the Risks?It seems to be a double-edged sword. Take a look at some examples of both benefits and risks.
- Should the Government Regulate IoT Devices? As security concerns rise about Internet of Things (IoT) devices, so does the debate about the necessity of government regulations.
- How the Edge Computing Layer Helps with Latency With an anticipated 20+ billion devices expected to be connected via the IoT in the next couple of years, latency becomes a huge concern. Find out how edge computing can help.
- Easy Ways to Improve Your Organization’s Cyber Security Cyber attacks can affect people and companies on a global scale. Take these basic steps to protect your organization.
- Who’s Responsible for an Autonomous Vehicle Accident? AVs are expected to reduce driver error. But there will always be accidents. So who’s responsible?
- 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 Bitcoin was the first of many blockchain applications. This technology is much more widespread now. Do you know how blockchains actually work?
- 6 Benefits of English for Engineering Improving your ability to speak, read, and write in English can affect research, collaboration, instruction, and ultimately, overall success.
- Blockchain Smart Contracts: How the Music Industry Stands to Benefit Blockchain is a win-win for musicians and listeners. Find out more about the potential benefits of blockchain in the music industry.
- Pulse of Engineering Survey Finds Engineers Under Pressure to Know & Do More with Less The results of the fourth annual Pulse of Engineering Survey provides insightful perspectives from engineers around the world.
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