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By IEEE Computer Society Team
Congratulations! You’ve found one of our trivia questions. Enter for a chance to win. Prizes will be raffled monthly and a grand prize winner will be announced in December 2021! Get all the details for our IEEE Computer Society Trivia Game. Trivia Question: How many magazines does the Computer Society…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Cybersecurity has become vital to protect computer systems from cyber-attacks that could potentially steal or even destroy sensitive data. Cybersecurity works to protect and recover networks, programs, devices, and systems that have been breached. Without security, a business’s entire computer system could be vulnerable and unable to defend itself against…
By Stella Evans
Python is the most popular current programming language with over 8.2 million active developers. The main reason for this is Python’s versatility and simplicity that supports both beginners and experts. Today, just about anyone is able to become well-versed in Python’s language, and we’re going to share with you the…
By Shigraf Aijaz
The rising threat landscape demands a more proactive approach to cybersecurity. Organizations are scrambling to protect their data and endpoints with robust security measures as cybercriminals can now bypass the traditional security measures. Protecting endpoints is now ever more crucial to prevent cybercriminals from exploiting them as entry points within…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force present Diversity in STEM, with Jennifer Castillo, WIEC Chair 2021 (appointed), R9 Secretary and Governance Committee Chair (2020-2021), WIE Committee Member-at-large (2019-2020), PR&C Section TA Chair (2020). R9 Industry Engagement AdHoc Committee Chair (2019), PR&C Section Chair (2018-2019). WIE MD Subcommittee Chair 2017-2018, PR&C Section…
By Megha Gupta
Bill Gates once said, “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency…” The trend toward touchless or automated processes in business seems to surround us. Automation has largely replaced bank tellers, store cashiers, toll road clerks,…
By Indy Gupta
Imagine a mythical land where 80% of people are black, where everyone empowers people of color, where everyone values education, and where the biggest event of the year is not the Super Bowl but the Quiz Bowl. Indeed, this land does exist! Here, in the US! “It’s not just that…
By Jamie Waltz
Experienced mobile UI/UX designers can sense the constituents that build a great mobile user experience (UX) design. This is largely an experience and instinct-driven approach that paved the way for mobile app developers and designers’ successful and unsuccessful design attempts over the years. The approach is far from full-proof as…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The IEEE Computer Society Planning Committee will be seeking proposals for projects, programs, and events that further its mission to grow and foster emerging technologies within the computing community. To be considered, programs must align with the Computer Society’s Strategic Plan. Sign up below to receive alerts when the Planning Committee…
By Akshay Bhimani
The retail era is evolving, and the speed of the enterprise manner agencies want to conform with it. The Cloud era has made a number of approaches simpler, permitting agencies to streamline their price processing, stock management, and different functions. Before the cloud furnished a brand new international of possibilities,…
By Dr. Mondira (Mandy) Pant
Read the Newsletter We are excited to publish and share with the VLSI global community our TCVLSI Volume 7 Issue 4 newsletter. This is the fourth newsletter in my role as the IEEE-TCVLSI Chair. The Nov 2021 TCVLSI newsletter features an invited article “The future of NAND flash- Compute and…
By Raghu Krishnegowda
The gestation period for tech startups and other businesses is an exciting time for innovators who are developing “the next great product.” At the same time, it can be a period fraught with peril due to uncertainties that include the lack of clarity about how the product will evolve and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The IEEE VGTC Virtual Reality Awards recognize and honor individuals who have made a significant contribution to the community through their research and/or service. Except for the Outstanding Dissertation Award (whose nominations are due 30 May of each year), all nominations are due by 30 November each year. The awards…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
One of the greatest democratic achievements created in the last century was to recognize and guarantee education as a fundamental right. In this sense, the 1948 declaration of Human Rights promulgated just three years after the Constitution of the United Nations and in the context of the search for better…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Mentors are one of the most valuable yet underutilized assets in the professional world. In fact, 97% of Fortune 500 employees who have mentors say they’re valuable — but only 37% of employees actually have one. Often, the biggest obstacle standing in the way of a professional or a student…
By Indy Gupta
Hurray! We are now among the top 20% of all podcasts in the world! Thank you to listeners like you! Now to today’s bonus episode! “I realized many of my friends in universities were refugees that had left Suez and had come to Alexandria.” ” I grew up in the…
By Mitesh Athwani
It’s natural to assume that the “FAANG” companies, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google (Alphabet), gather and use Big Data to make big decisions. They’re big companies. While they are not the only companies that collect Big Data, they and other organizations also buy and sell it. Sometimes they even…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
This year is not only the IEEE Computer Society’s 75th anniversary, it is also IEEE Computer Society’s Student and Young Professional‘s 25th anniversary. In celebration of IEEE Day and its anniversary, a panel was held on the Lance Stafford Larson Outstanding Student Paper Award. Panelists share information about the award,…
By IEEE Computer Society
Computer vision, one of the trending fields within the artificial intelligence community continues to revolutionize the way we interact with our world as new advances in technology are developed. One of the most influential annual conferences on this subject is the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Analysis (CVPR).…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Winners have been announced for the 2021 Global Student Challenge (GSC-21)! The first round of the competition began in May and it involved student-teams solving two challenge problems. Each team was evaluated on their implementation and reports explaining their results. This year 487 students participated in 250 teams representing 195…
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