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By IEEE Computer Society Team
Watch 2022 Tech Predictions Sneak Peek The impact of the COVID-19 has left its imprint on human lives, supply chains, workforce, and education. In 2022, we will continue to see rapid technological advancement to meet the needs of our global society as it transforms beyond the limitations of the past…
By Indy Gupta
What was Computer Science education like in the 1970s and 80s (prehistoric days for CS!)? Were there Computer Science departments in universities outside the US? The answers might surprise you! This episode features three prominent Immigrant Computer Scientists who studied CS on 3 continents: Europe, South America, Africa. Their countries…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As a field, computer science has expanded significantly in the past decade. There are countless opportunities throughout computer science that can appeal to a very broad selection of students. Whether you’re looking for a high salary, a job that fulfills your passion, or a great work-life balance, there’s likely a…
By Gaurav Belani
When starting a new application development project, security must be top of mind, especially with the growing number of security threats, such as cyberattacks, data breaches, and more. This post will walk you through what application security means, why it matters, and the different strategies to ensure secure application development…
By Alyse Falk
Nowadays, many businesses are going through hard times with constant pandemic breakouts imposing economic, logistical, and technological challenges globally, making companies want to adapt rapidly. With face-to-face meetings being changed to video conferences to stay in touch, different cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are taking…
By Indy Gupta
May all your dreams be realized this year, and may you stay healthy! In this week’s episode: Industry vs. Academia. Four Computer Scientists, who spent significant time as both faculty and in industry, talk about Industry vs. Academia. Many of you have gone through, or maybe going through, similar thoughts…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering (TQE) publishes regular, review, and tutorial articles based on the engineering applications of quantum phenomena, including quantum computation, information, communication, software, hardware, devices, and metrology. TQE is an all-electronic, open-access journal, published continuously. It is in its third year of publication. Visit the journal’s website…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As a field, computer science has expanded significantly in the past decade. There are countless opportunities throughout computer science that can appeal to a very broad selection of students. Whether you’re looking for a high salary, a job that fulfills your passion, or a great work-life balance, there’s likely a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force present Diversity in STEM, with Dr. Ramalatha Marimuthu, retired professor, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Anna University, India. We are delighted to bring you another discussion on education, overcoming traditional cultural views, and the tremendous impact she has made as an educator.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Computer science is a growing field that continues to be in high demand. The average salary for a computer scientist is nearly $82,000 a year. Despite many advancements in automation, qualified professionals working in computer science still get sought out by many companies. Obtaining an undergraduate degree in CS could…
By Indy Gupta
Dear Listeners — As 2021 draws to a close, we wanted to thank you for listening to the Immigrant Computer Scientists Podcast, and for your words of encouragement and support (and feedback!) throughout 2021. New episodes are coming soon in early 2022! In this week’s episode: Two Computer Scientists from…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Last Updated: 10 January 2022 The computing field is growing and evolving at a rapid rate. As a leader, you can contribute your knowledge to make that impact happen in the best way possible!   Calls for participation are an opportunity to contribute to the Computer Society’s mission of being…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Around the world, the amount of spending on digital transformation is projected to skyrocket to $2.4 trillion by 2024. With more and more businesses turning to digital solutions to power their processes and products, the demand for IT professionals continues to rise. Read on to learn what the seven most…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Sign Up For Conference Alerts The IEEE Computer Society hosts more than 215 technical conferences each year spanning multiple disciplines for computing professionals to learn, share, and build relationships. Subject fields include cloud, quantum computing, virtual reality, blockchain, 5G, sustainable computing, software, hardware, and much more. This year we see…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
The chip that changed the world Thanks to pioneering work by TI’s Jack Kilby (see TechWatch), and Fairchild’s Robert Noyce in the mid-1950s, the concept and practice of integrated circuits came to be—the incorporation of multiple transistors in logic gates. in a single device. That led to James Buie at…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The threat of cyberattacks is, unfortunately, what can happen to any business with internet access. While purely malicious or exploratory hacking attempts still happen, cyber attackers, today are out to make tax-free income. Due to the low risk of getting caught, many more criminals are getting into the hacking business.…
By Ronan Mahony
Multifactor authentication (MFA) requires users to provide two or more different types of evidence to verify who they are when logging into a service or engaging in a particular transaction. As a security mechanism, MFA is incredibly effective in helping you to stay safe online. Here’s an overview of MFA…
By Indy Gupta
In this week’s episode, 3 Yugoslav Computer Scientists, who immigrated to the US in the 1980s-1990s, talk about the effect of the Balkan Wars on their lives and their families. Featuring: Nenad Medvidovic (Prof USC), Jelena Mirkovic (Res Prof USC), Dejan Milojicic (Distinguished Technologist, HPE Labs). Episode 17  with episode…
By Larry Alton
If you study the most productive and efficient organizations in your industry, you’ll find that they’re automating like crazy. In particular, they’re digitizing all of the manual processes that once held them back – and it’s time for you to do the same.     Want More Tech News? Subscribe…
By Maureen Stone
Tableau was founded to help people see and understand data. Tableau revolutionized business intelligence by letting a domain expert explore their own data without involving specialists in databases, analytics, and graphics. And it set an intellectual standard for an analytics tool that was both easy to use and allowed deep…
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