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Joma Tech is a professional engineer who shares his stories and experience of Silicon Valley, big tech companies, data science, and software engineering on YouTube. With over 600k subscribers and 37,326,907 views, Joma has successfully built a following of tech (and non-tech) students and professionals alike.
By Sarah K. White at CIO
Implementing an effective D&I strategy in your organization is a crucial step to creating a welcoming environment for all of your employees - explore why here.
By Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Magnon excitation. Credit: Daria Sokol/MIPT Press Office Scientists Excite Magnons in Nanostructures With Laser Pulses Physicists from MIPT and the Russian Quantum Center, joined by colleagues from Saratov State University and Michigan Technological University, have demonstrated new methods for controlling spin waves in nanostructured bismuth iron garnet films via short laser…
New technology, the internet of things, is blurring the lines between the physical and digital worlds. The drastic expansion of the IoT, which helps us understand and address customer needs, has likely led to the need of content and resources to assist in your understanding and growth. See our 7…
By Gaurav Belani
Every startup owner today is aware that having an active business blog is crucial to building online thought leadership and visibility. Producing useful blog posts and articles on a consistent basis is an integral part of any holistic marketing strategy, in order to garner more traffic and rank higher on search engines.
By Andrej Kovačević
Perhaps the most important case for diamonds as a platform for quantum computing is the fact that they allow for the easy creation of some of the simplest forms of quantum devices. With little more than a green LED, a microwave source, a photodetector, and a quantum-grade diamond, even a novice researcher can start probing the possibilities they hold.
By Leila De Floriani
IEEE Computer Society president, Leila De Floriani, addresses 2020, which truly has been and continues to be a journey of discovery, challenges, and opportunity. This year has brought surprises and unexpected challenges, including smart working, limited travel, and experiencing much uncertainty about what the future will look like. Simultaneously, it has…
By Penn Today
Advances in robotics are often looked at through the lens of our own biology. Is a new humanoid robot’s gripper gentle enough to safely give a handshake? Can it keep its balance as well as a toddler? Researchers from Penn Engineering and Cornell are looking through this lens at an…
By Anna Johansson
Telemedicine has technically been around for decades, with doctors and nurses providing medical services over the phone, but only now is it beginning to pick up real momentum. Hospitals and doctor’s offices all over the country are starting to integrate more technologies and services in the telemedicine field, and technological innovators are spending more time developing products and apps meant specifically to improve the field.
Tuesday, 27 October, 2020 - Thursday, 29 October, 2020 -- This symposium is dedicated to the understanding and characterization of workloads that run on all types of computing systems. New applications and programming paradigms continue to emerge rapidly as the diversity and performance of computers increase.
Get insights into current and future computer vision trends that will shape the industry in the years to come, predictions for 2021, including the direction of the industry and developments taking place now, and much more.
Monday, 9 November, 2020 - Wednesday, 11 November, 2020 -- The annual IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI) provides a major international forum where the creation and exchange of ideas related to artificial intelligence are fostered among academia, industry, and government agencies.
Software architecture is the process of how we design architecture for a system and the technologies we use to build systems. Due to the ever-growing and in-demand field of software architecture, IEEE and IEEE Computer Society have assembled a variety of resources to assist in your understanding and growth within…
By ET Bureau
Reportedly, Huawei Technologies is currently focusing on its growing cloud computing business, which can still access the US chips. This is despite the sanctions against the Chinese telecoms equipment maker – in order to secure its existence. The cloud computing business of Huawei deals with computing power and storage for organizations. This includes providing them with access to artificial intelligence, and it has been developing rapidly.
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Women in STEM, with Elisa Bertino, Samuel D. Conte Professor of Computer Science at Purdue University and Director of the Purdue Cyberspace Security Lab. Elisa is the recipient of the 2020 IEEE Innovation in Societal Infrastructure Award, co-sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd. and the IEEE Computer Society,…
By Katherine Rundell
How we mechanically interact with our technology is constantly evolving, either through individual experimentation or technological innovation, and that innovation is set to speed up in the future. Expect more experiments with voice and visual commands to make controlling your smartphone a more seamless part of your everyday life.
By Benjamin Ivry
Arnold Spielberg – engineering pioneer, father of Steven – dies at 103 Arnold Meyer Spielberg, who died on August 25 at age 103, was more than just the father of celebrated film director Steven Spielberg. Born in Cincinnati to a family of Ukrainian Jewish origin, Arnold Spielberg grew up to be an…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
In 1989 S3 was founded and began development of a 2D graphics controller. In 1991 the company introduced it S3 911 chip, as a Windows (or GUI) accelerator. The company did very well and introduced a string of 2D controllers.
By Dr. Jon Peddie
In the fall of 1995, ATI announced its first combination of 2D, 3D, and MPEG-1 accelerator chip under the name 3D Rage. The 3D Xpression add-in board (AIB) was based on the 3D Rage graphics chip and featured elemental 3D acceleration, one year behind the pioneer Matrox Millennium PC 3D chip, and at the same time as the S3 Virge.
Cloud computing is big data’s efficient workhorse. It lets us treat hardware as programmable objects, which necessitates a new way of thinking, and leads to a demand for new solutions and problem-solvers. Due to the ever-growing and in-demand field of cloud computing, IEEE and IEEE Computer Society have assembled a…
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