Michael Martinez, the editor of the Computer Society’s Computer.Org website and its social media, has covered technology as well as global events while on the staff at CNN, Tribune Co. (based at the Los Angeles Times), and the Washington Post. He welcomes email feedback, and you can also follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.
Some of his stories:
50 years of Software: How It Began, Where It’s Going
Michael Martinez and Lori Cameron win first place at Los Angeles Press Club awards.
‘Nobel Prize for Computing’: Newly Named Turing Award Winners Foretell a ‘New Golden Age’ for Computer Architecture at ISCA. And Other Conference Highlights.
Untold Stories: Setting the Record Straight on Tech’s Racial History
Voice Technology: As Google Duplex Wows and Scares, a Post-Screen World Emerges with Questions that the Smart Speakers Cannot Answer
Amazon: Everything you wanted to know about its algorithm and innovation
Next Big Thing for Twitter & Social Media: Influence Maximization
Cloud Engineering and Internet of Things: Social media highlights of IC2E and IoTDI 2018 conferences
Let the (Video) Games Begin! Student Developers of Next-Gen Gaming Compete for IEEE GameSIG Cup 2018
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
Missed ICDE in Paris? Here Are Data Engineering Highlights of Award Winners, Presentations, and the Incomparable City of Light
Qualcomm amid the “5G arms race”: Its innovations, leadership, legal controversies over the years
Meet Hironori Kasahara, the 2018 President of the IEEE Computer Society. What Are His Plans?
Once Upon a Time, IBM Branch Offices Ruled the Computing World. Now a Researcher Recovers This Lost Chapter of Tech
Tech Fights Crime: The Ways Algorithms and Websites Police for Child Exploiters and Criminals
Twitter: How Social Media Intersects With Influence, Jihad, Gangs, Drugs
Gallery of 2018 IEEE Computer Society Awards winners