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By Tanhaz Kamaly
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that a pandemic is far easier to get through with the internet. Working from home, e-commerce, online gaming, and cinematic experiences have become the norm, which is why they should be available to everyone. Most of us expect seamless customer care…
IEEE Computer Society MEMBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
AI has become a ubiquitous element of daily life, playing a role in everything from self-driving cars to automated chatbots and enjoying phenomenal growth. The sector is expected to expand 47% between 2021 and 2022. Meta (formerly Facebook) is now using AI as an integral part of its app development…
The IEEE Technical Community on Computational Life Sciences (TCCLS) has announced the winning recipients of its TCCLS 2021 PhD Thesis Award, who will receive an honorarium of US$800. This award highlights the contributions to aspects of computational methods and tools with applications in the life sciences, including biology, medicine, healthcare…
By Tanhaz Kamaly
Cloud computing is changing the way we work and do business. The cloud offers a reality where physical and virtual resources can be gathered, put to work, and returned within seconds. Effectively, it provides businesses instant access to robust infrastructure from anywhere with network connectivity. For most organizations today, the…
By Jenna Bunnell
It can sometimes seem that technology is evolving and developing at breakneck speed. Every week seems to bring something new, whether it is totally innovative or an improvement on existing tech. As a result, you could be forgiven for often feeling overwhelmed by the tsunami of new terms, words, and…
By Pohan Lin
It’s easier now than ever before for ideas to spread around the world, including through fact-based communities like the one inhabited by data scientists. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that every data science “fact” we hear is actually truthful. In fact, some commonly known “facts” are little more than hearsay,…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In the complex world of technology, most industry professionals emphasize hard skills like certifications, education, knowledge, project experience, and real-life application. Soft skills are often overlooked, but they are the main drivers behind career advancement and professional development. Soft skills are traits like empathy, adaptability, creativity, teamwork, self-awareness, leadership, resilience,…
By Jessica Day
The internet is like certain varieties of sharks. If it stops going forward, it dies. It’s a model of movement. And as it moves, it evolves. Today, the internet has few similarities to the heady swashbuckling Netscape days of the 1990s. And the internet of tomorrow will be different again.…
By Anna Johannson
Women comprise around 40% of the STEM workforce worldwide, according to UNICEF. It adds that women happen to be well represented in health, but are underrepresented in technology and engineering jobs. It’s no secret that many girls and young women give the STEM field a pass altogether. One main reason…
By Hazel Raoult
In late 2021, Gartner introduced a new cybersecurity term that encapsulates the coming together of crucial security capabilities under one cloud-based solution. It provides the advantage of enhanced security efficiency and better management. It is also said to be better at meeting the changing security requirements of organizations that are…
By Indy Gupta
Unfortunately, some professionals have to choose between having a career and having a family. Episode 40 covers the stories of two computer scientists, one a professor and the other an entrepreneur, and how they navigated pregnancy at a critical time in their careers. Featuring: Soodeh Farokhi (Founder of C2RO in…
By David Rodenas, PhD
Disclaimer: The author is completely responsible for the content of this article. The opinions expressed are their own and do not represent IEEE’s position nor that of the Computer Society nor its Leadership.   How TDD Is Seen? TDD is a great technique, full of benefits. But this is not…
IEEE Computer Society MEMBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Internet of Things (IoT) opens up a virtually unlimited world of possibilities, but hackers have also put IoT devices and apps within their crosshairs. As a result, these devices often introduce vulnerabilities that impact users and the networks they connect to. Considering the significant role that IoT devices play…
By Pohan Lin
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has quickly become an essential component for business processes across industries. It’s now more common than not for business tools to make use of AI and machine learning technologies. According to McKinsey’s The State of AI in 2020 report, more and more businesses are now turning to…
By Samrat Aich
Since the introduction of technology, news and media headlines still ask the question, “Will artificial intelligence steal jobs from hard-working people?” The answer is “No.” Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) lead to more efficient work processes that benefit the economy, reduce outsourced roles abroad and create more onshore…
By Gilad David Maayan
What Is SASE? Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a network architecture framework that combines a Wide Area Network (WAN) with various cloud native security techniques. These include Firewall as a Service (FWaaS), Security Web Gateway (SWG), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA). This joint…
By Viswanathan A G
As the information technology (IT) world continues to change at an instantaneous pace, it can be challenging to keep up with the latest trends. Nevertheless, understanding these latest technological trends is significant for businesses and individuals who want to stay in the vanguard. The dynamic field of the Information Technology…
By Gilad David Maayan
What Is GitOps? GitOps is a software delivery methodology that employs declarative Infrastructure as Code (IaC) to create an automated and efficient continuous reconciliation process. It enables developers to write declarative code that defines the desired state to be automatically maintained. You keep these instructions in a version control system…
IEEE Computer Society MEMBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Watch Recording of Town Hall Learn more about this year’s candidates, Jyotika Athavale and David S. Ebert, for 2023 President-Elect and 2024 President. This is a chance for you to gain insight before casting your vote. Elections will open on 8 August 2022, and you will be able to cast…
By Samrat Aich
With the emergence of the cloud over a decade ago, the question remains for many data-heavy companies and their IT departments, how much information should be transferred to a cloud provider for storage and routine functions, and how much should remain on-premises in a server network? Network attached storage (NAS),…
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