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By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Nery Antonio Chapetón-Lamas, instructional faculty in Computer Science at MiraCosta Community College in Oceanside, California. Professor Chapetón-Lamas shares how connecting with Latinx colleagues outside of STEM helped him become a better computer scientist, faculty, and person. Keep reading to…
By Siddarth Das
A cyber breach can be a devastating event for a business, costing time, money, and customers. To protect your business from these threats, you need to ensure that you have a robust cybersecurity plan in place. This is where cybersecurity consulting services come in. Businesses need to invest in cybersecurity…
By Indy Gupta
Illnesses. In our drive to succeed as computer scientists, whether in industry or in academia, we sometimes forget we’re still human beings. Our bodies can suffer illnesses, sometimes minor and sometimes major. In this episode, two computer scientists who encountered major illnesses in their lives (Tuberculosis, Breast Cancer) talk about…
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 28 September 2022 – The program has been announced for the Digital Platforms and Societal Harms Tech Forum, taking place virtually over multiple events from 17 October to 4 November 2022. This IEEE Computer Society tech forum focuses on dangerous societal harms – Hate Speech, Extremism, Exploitation,…
By By Michael Sanchez, CEO of Itegriti
Protecting the nation’s critical national infrastructure (CNI) is a tall task, and the electric industry – one of sixteen CNI sectors – has had its fair share of challenges. In 2020, an international conglomerate of over 42 electrical transmission operators reported a successful cyberattack on its network – a network…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Brianna Posadas, Assistant Professor in the School of Plant and Environmental Sciences at Virginia Tech. Dr. Posadas shares how her upbringing inspired her career path and work ethic. Keep reading to learn more about Dr. Posadas being the first…
By Desi Banatao
As the adoption of RISC-V accelerates, many companies are taking advantage of the open-source chip architecture to create custom processors designed to handle the power and performance requirements of newer workloads for artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), virtual/augmented reality, and more. For those of you new to…
By Alyse Falk
As information technology matures, it becomes increasingly clear that enterprise data needs to be managed as much as material flows, labor, and financial resources. The more significant the enterprise, the more distributed the enterprise infrastructure, and the more employees involved, the more acute the data management issue becomes. You can…
By Jenny Han
It’s not every day that new programming languages arise. Most of the time, we talk about a set group of languages that every programmer knows and that everyone acknowledges as being the standard. However, there are additions along the way, and it is important for you to remember not to…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Juan Machado, IT Associate Director of Infrastructure and Security at the University of Georgia. In this interview, Juan shares his experience overcoming doubts and mistrust of his credentials in the United States as a computing professional educated in Colombia.…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
Once the domain of specialists with high-powered computers, CAE is becoming a workstation application for designers. Earlier this year, Jon Peddie Research conducted a series of interviews with leading CAE software vendors such as Altair, Ansys, Dassault Systèmes, Hexagon, and Siemens Digital Industries Software. JPR also worked with Nvidia to…
By Alyse Falk
Everyone has been talking about blockchain for the last few years. The potential of blockchain technology is broad, and it can help bring the logistics industry to a new level and make supply chains sustainable and transparent. A few years ago, tech enthusiasts mostly talked about blockchain, but now technology…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Sebastian Echeverria, Senior Software Engineer at Carnegie Mellon University. In this interview, Sebastian shares what attracted him to software engineering. He also offers advice for those who aren’t native English speakers and feel afraid of making a mistake while…
By Hazel Raoult
Almost every customer that contacts a company for customer support has encountered or had an interaction with a chatbot. Chatbots are automated chat tools that simulate conversations with users to provide them with certain information. They have a track record for significantly helping companies automate their basic support and have…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
EVGA was founded in 1998 and entered the PC graphics add-in board (AIB) market in 2000 when it developed the first highly efficient cooler for Nvidia’s GeForce MX440, affectionately called the banana because of its color and shape. Over the years, EVGA became the largest AIB supplier of Nvidia GPU-based…
By Yauhen Zaremba
Finding bugs on your website or in your products can be a major headache. Chances are, if you do come across a bug, you want it fixed as quickly as possible. That’s why writing effective bug reports is crucial. A bug report tells your developer everything they need to know…
By Pratik Mistry
Within the realm of software development, two related ideas known as “DevOps” and “Site Reliability Engineering” (SRE) have been coexisting for more than a decade now. It’s possible that they could be considered rival businesses at first glance. However, a closer look reveals that the apparent competitors are, in reality,…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
This year, the IEEE Computer Society is proud to celebrate the intersections of the Hispanic and Latino computing communities. Starting September 15 through October 15, we will be highlighting the achievements and contributions of these communities in computer science and engineering. The Hispanic community is vibrant and diverse. It consists…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Excellence in STEM, with Dr. Grace Lewis, Principal Researcher at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI). In this interview, Dr. Lewis shares her challenges coming to the United States from Colombia to pursue her graduate education, and being expected to prove that…
By Ananya Bhattacharyya
In today’s rapidly changing economy, platform business models are disrupting industries and transforming society. To compete and survive, businesses need to innovate. This is especially true for platform companies. From hiring a transportation service, reserving a vacation house on the beach, sharing photos and status updates, or purchasing products online,…
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