Social Intelligence and Technology

March/April 2014

IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine cover

In this special issue on social intelligence and technology, the guest editors discuss social media's evolution, including societal problems that have arisen or been solved as a result of this technology. They also introduce articles that offer novel solutions in the field. Read full article »

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Articles from IEEE Intelligent Systems

Myths of Automation, Part 2: Some Very Human Consequences

Myths of Automation, Part 2: Some Very Human Consequences

In a previous essay, the myths of automation were described by reference to "deadly sins." Here, a case study takes the word "deadly" quite literally. This article relies on material from an Army Research Laboratory (ARL) review of Patriot missile fratricide incidents. It should be noted, however, that the example recounted here is not a singularity. Read full article »

The Web of Data: Bridging the Skills Gap

The Web of Data: Bridging the Skills Gap

With a projected six-figure skills gap looming in the US alone, here the authors share strategies and lessons learned regarding how to bridge the gap in training competent data scientists in the near future. Read full article »

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AI's 10 to Watch

AI's 10 to Watch

Every two years, IEEE Intelligent Systems acknowledges and celebrates 10 young stars in the field of AI as "AI's 10 to Watch." These accomplished researchers have all completed their doctoral work in the past five years. Despite being relatively junior in their career, each one has made impressive research contributions and had an impact in the literature — and in some cases, in real-world applications as well. Read More »