Lori Cameron has written for IEEE Computer Society magazines and websites, including for Tech News and Careers in Computing. In addition, she has been a visiting professor of writing, speech, and literature at DeVry University, Long Beach, for over 20 years. Lori received a master of arts in English from Cal Poly Pomona and a bachelor of arts in writing from Indiana Wesleyan University. You can follow her on LinkedIn.
Some of her stories:
- Industry Exhibitors Take Over Hundreds of Thousands of Square Feet at the 2019 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
- Africa is Computing’s Newest, Most Promising Frontier: Three Reasons Why
- IEEE Computer Society Writers Take First Place in Los Angeles Press Club’s Southern California Journalism Awards
- Untold Stories: Setting the Record Straight on Tech’s Racial History
- The Epic Journey of Women in Computing: Advances, Setbacks, and an Uncertain Future
- Internet Of Elderly Things: How Smart Devices And Imaging Sensors Help Parkinson’s And Alzheimer’s Patients Live More Independent Lives
- What To Know About The Scientist Who Invented The Term “Software Engineering”
- Fighting Human Traffickers: An AI Tool is Created to “DIG” into Sex Rings and Decode Open Web Domains. More than 200 Law Agencies Now Use It.
- Amazon: Jeff Bezos’ juggernaut began with a recommender system that launched a thousand algorithms
- Ethics, Safety, And Software Behind Self-Driving Cars In The Aftermath Of First Pedestrian Killed