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By Charles Macfarlane
Without open standards, OEMs will not be able to transition through the SAE levels of autonomy. OEMs will stay in Level 2, or an extended version of Level 2 (often referred to as Level 2+) but will not evolve to Level 3 in a credible timeframe. Nor will they achieve UN’s WP29 requirement to maintain and update the car’s software for the lifetime of the vehicle.
By Charles Macfarlane
Just like the PC, gaming and smartphone industry, the business models and relationships in automotive will evolve in almost every part of the supply chain and vehicle usage. Shared ownership and “robotaxis” are being extensively projected as the norm within the future’s smart cities bringing a host of benefits.
By Charles Macfarlane
Developing software for Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) has always been a challenge, but the demand to achieve ambitious feature targets in cars while maintaining functional safety is tough. The charge through the next generation ADAS and leading to the Autonomous Drive (AD) vehicle feels like an impossible task today.
As a first step to address recent recruiting challenges in the computing research community, the Computing Research Association (CRA) launched the CV Database initiative in Fall 2018. This initiative provides a database of candidates for academic and industrial/government laboratory research positions. It is searchable by most CRA member institutions.
Join Fred Douglis and Erik Jan Marinissen of the IEEE Computer Society's Board of Governors on Tuesday, 08 December, 2020 to learn everything you need to know about this new program. Register today!
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Women in STEM, with Éva Tardos, who is most known for her work on network-flow algorithms and quantifying the efficiency of selfish routing.
Participate in IEEE P7004.1™ - Recommended Practices for Virtual Classroom Security, Privacy and Data Governance and IEEE P2823™ - Standard for System Architecture and Technical Requirements for Smart Speakers
The IEEE Computer Society Global Chapter Summit brings together members from across the globe to engage with industry and academia, share insight, and encourage each other.
By Stella Evans
Cybersecurity career paths can feel quite confusing and unclear, as expected from a relatively new field. The field of cybersecurity, actually, includes many different types of jobs which can reach the hundreds while also involving dozens of different skill sets and specializations.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Dr. Noubar Afeyan of Moderna will now be a keynote speaker at IEEE InTech Forum, taking place virtually on 2-3 December 2020. You can attend his presentation, and more, when you register for the first annual IEEE InTech Forum on the computing industry’s response and resilience to Covid-19.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Register for the next WAMIII Virtual Talk Series webinar on November 18: The WAMIII virtual talks series will continue to convene and educate the global community of technologists, clinicians, healthcare professionals, regulatory, patient advocates, bio/pharma professionals and any other stakeholder who have a common interest in developing solutions around the…
To celebrate World Science Day for Peace and Development, we are offering the IT Professional article, Remote Sensing: Advancing the Science and the Applications to Transform Agriculture, for FREE through the end of November, 2020.
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Women in STEM, with Maria Klawe, renowned computer scientist and scholar, and the first woman to lead Harvey Mudd College since its founding in 1955.
By Karu Sankaralingam, Jude Shavlik, and Greg Wright
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is continually evolving, and chip design must evolve accordingly in order to successfully enable and support The Age of AI.
By Anna Johansson
Intranets have been in use by organizations for decades, even before the internet became sophisticated and accessible to the world. An intranet supports organizations by providing a convenient, secure, private space for communicating and collaborating.
By Gilad Maayan
High performance computing (HPC) technologies can quickly perform parallel processing tasks. In the past, HPC resources were expensive to set up and maintain. However, once HPC moved to the cloud, it became more accessible and affordable. In this article, you will learn about three successful cloud HPC implementations.
By Gilad Maayan
Today, data is generated and distributed across highly complex ecosystems, such as multicloud, hybrid cloud, edge and Internet of Things (IoT), to name a few, making backup and recovery more difficult to achieve, and requiring innovative automated solutions. This article covers important trends driving the backup and recovery ecosystem.
By Andrew Richards
Committing to an AI chip is a big deal. When a social network, or online shop, or search engine company decides to commit to a particular AI chip, then billions of dollars are at stake.
With the help of the Computing Research Association (CRA) and its subcommittees, you can now read the first of more than a dozen white papers focusing on computing research and national priorities over the next four years.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
This workshop dives into the unique virtual needs of CS Conference Organizers and key considerations for making the right choice. Plan to attend this information session on Thursday, November 11 at 1:00 PM PT.
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