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IEEE Computer Society SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Watch one of IEEE WoWMoM 2020’s most popular discussions: AI for Wireless: Is It Really a Game Changer or Yet Another Hype? This panel discussion from the 2020 World of Wireless, Mobile, and Multimedia Networks conference (WOWMOM) explores the possibilities, challenges, and realities underlying AI’s adoption for wireless networking.  …
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In honor of Black History Month, the Computer Society is highlighting two participants from the Women in STEM interview series. The series of interviews recognizes prominent women currently working in the computing field. Proudly highlighting the achievements of these exceptional women, the interview series explores their reasons for entering the…
IEEE Computer Society SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Watch one of the most popular discussions at Career Workshop for Women & Minorities in Computer Architecture (CWWMCA co-located with MICRO 2020): Handling Setbacks in Challenging Times IEEE MICRO 2020 put together a career workshop to bring together women and under-represented minorities to discuss different methods the community can do…
By Timothy Pinkston, USC
There is a movement occurring broadly across many scientific and engineering fields, including widely within our computing community, toward making tangible progress through intentional actions and interventions for advancing and valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion. There is also a parallel movement toward dismantling structural and/or systemic factors—especially but not limited…
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Women in STEM, with Jayathi Y. Murthy, whose research interests include nanoscale heat transfer, computational fluid dynamics, and simulations of fluid flow and heat transfer for industrial applications.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
A goal of the IEEE Computer Society is to foster an environment in which all individuals are entitled to participate in any IEEE Computer Society activity free of discrimination. To support this effort, the Computer Society formed the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force in 2020, which was later confirmed as…
By Mondira (Mandy) Pant, Ph.D
Excited to publish and share with the VLSI global community our TCVLSI Volume 7 Issue 1 newsletter, the first in my role as the IEEE-CS TCVLSI Chair. The Feb 2021 TCVLSI newsletter features an invited article by Dr. Victor Zhirnov from SRC (Semiconductor Research Corporation) where he shares SRC’s perspective…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Seismic changes are coming to display technology for 2021. As we enter this coming decade, devices will be smarter, compact, and more portable. From AI to phones and vehicles, display tech will alter the way we work, live, and play.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Black History Month during the 75th anniversary year of the Computer Society provides a great opportunity for examining the history of race and technology within the computing profession, and contemplating how those lessons may inspire the future. Relevant to the subject, we are making available from our archive an article…
By Andrej Kovačević
Throughout this decade, jobs pertaining to computer science and research are expected to grow by over 15%. As you determine the best career path for you, there are a few important factors to keep in mind.
By Sri Peruvemba
Seismic changes are coming to display technology for 2021. As we enter this coming decade, devices will be smarter, compact, and more portable. From AI to phones and vehicles, display tech will alter the way we work, live, and play.
IEEE Computer Society SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Watch one of COMPSAC 2020’s most popular discussions: To Patent or Not to Patent Innovation in computing is key in today’s globalized market and companies must protect their intellectual property to safeguard their investments. Here is where companies must consider when it makes sense to patent their inventions. In this…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Since 1976, every February has been designated by a United States President as Black History Month and, in doing so, have endorsed a specific theme. The Black History Month 2021 theme, “Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity” explores the African diaspora, and the spread of Black families across the United…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Calling out all computing professionals looking to make an impact! IEEE Computer Society is aiming to challenge the computing community in making this year, our 75th Anniversary, the year they become more involved in advancing our mission: To be the leading provider of technical information, community services, and personalized services…
In case you missed it, IEEE Computer Society has launched a new webinar series dedicated to our industry standards. We kick off the new series by exploring the new standards from our IEEE 802 Local Area Networking / Metropolitan Area Network Standards Committee (LMSC). In this two part series, you’ll…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the IEEE Computer Society Artificial Intelligence Standards Committee kick-off meeting.   WHY GET INVOLVED The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Standards Committee is responsible for standards that enable the governance and practice of artificial intelligence as related to computational approaches to machine…
For the past 4 years, the Trump Administration has been committed to strengthening American leadership in artificial intelligence (AI). After recognizing the strategic importance of AI to the Nation’s future economy and security, the Trump Administration issued the first ever national AI strategy, committed to doubling AI research investment, established…
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.
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Women in STEM, with Jayathi Y. Murthy, whose research interests include nanoscale heat transfer, computational fluid dynamics, and simulations of fluid flow and heat transfer for industrial applications.
By Anna Johansson
Creating dynamic JavaScript projects is satisfying and rewarding. Nothing beats delivering a project that exceeds your client’s expectations for functionality and ‘coolness.’ Web clients have loved JavaScript applications since JS was created.
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