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By Anna Johansson
In a world of smartphones, tablets, computers, and dozens of cable channels, trying to avoid screens has become nearly impossible. But if you’re in the recovery stages of a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI), staying away from screens may be one of the single best things you can do…
By Karu Sankaralingam
The next revolutionary algorithm, processor, or program is always just around the corner, and it's getting harder and harder for existing technologies to remain relevant.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In December of 2019, tech experts unveiled their annual predictions for the future of tech, presenting what they believed would be the most widely adopted technology trends in 2020. Today, the scorecard for IEEE Computer Society’s 2020 Technology Predictions has been released, with an overall score of a B-. “Last year was the…
To celebrate World Science Day for Peace and Development, we are offering the IT Professional article, Remote Sensing: Advancing the Science and the Applications to Transform Agriculture, for FREE through the end of November, 2020.
By Karu Sankaralingam, Jude Shavlik, and Greg Wright
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is continually evolving, and chip design must evolve accordingly in order to successfully enable and support The Age of AI.
By Andrew Richards
Committing to an AI chip is a big deal. When a social network, or online shop, or search engine company decides to commit to a particular AI chip, then billions of dollars are at stake.
With the help of the Computing Research Association (CRA) and its subcommittees, you can now read the first of more than a dozen white papers focusing on computing research and national priorities over the next four years.
By Sid Mair
The U.S. government currently uses high-performance computing technology in a variety of ways and experts expect increased investment in artificial intelligence for use within the federal space.
By Antoinette Price
Products come in many shapes and sizes. They could be systems, services, goods, software or any combination of these, and range from a child’s toy, to complex safety-critical systems in an industrial plant.
By Michael Wong
Ultimately it is up to the diligence and intelligence of the software developer to produce a good algorithm design.
By Tushar Pandey
On November 8th 2018, the Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos had his mobile phone “hacked” after receiving a WhatsApp message that had apparently been sent from the personal account of the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. Smartphones today are everywhere, and with such widespread use, it often becomes an easy target for attackers. Suffice to say, cybersecurity in the mobile world is now more important than ever before.
By Tiffani Iacolino
The expansion of technology in our business and in our lives has made cybersecurity a top of mind concern for enterprises, governments, and individuals. This month is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it’s a good time to raise awareness about online safety, privacy, and cybersecurity. Cyber risks are constantly evolving at a rapid pace and business analysis practitioners are at…
  A metallic wire made entirely of carbon has been created by a team of physicists and chemists from UC Berkley. This development could potentially impact carbon-based computers and transistors by providing a never-before-seen power boost that allows devices to hold their charges for months. It all started by ensuring…
By Sarah K. White at CIO
Implementing an effective D&I strategy in your organization is a crucial step to creating a welcoming environment for all of your employees - explore why here.
By Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Magnon excitation. Credit: Daria Sokol/MIPT Press Office New methods for controlling spin waves in nanostructured bismuth iron garnet films via short laser pulses have been presented in Nano Letters. Demonstrated by physicists from MIPT and the Russian Quantum Center, and colleagues from Saratov State University and Michigan Technological University, this solution will have…
By Penn Today
Computing researchers at Penn Engineering and Cornell are getting us closer to the future with robots the size of biological human cells. Countless sci-fi movies have shown us a future where medical procedures are conducted with tiny robots injected directly into our bodies. That future is now in sight thanks…
By ET Bureau
Reportedly, Huawei Technologies is currently focusing on its growing cloud computing business, which can still access the US chips. This is despite the sanctions against the Chinese telecoms equipment maker – in order to secure its existence. The cloud computing business of Huawei deals with computing power and storage for organizations. This includes providing them with access to artificial intelligence, and it has been developing rapidly.
By Samuel K. Moore
Intel’s director of quantum hardware, Jim Clarke, says that quantum computing will really have arrived when it can do something unique that changes our lives. Clarke talked to IEEE Spectrum about how he intends to get silicon-based quantum computers there.
By Bernard Marr
To achieve quantum supremacy, Google’s quantum computer completed a calculation in 200 seconds that Google claimed would have taken even the most powerful supercomputer 10,000 years to complete.
A team of scientists at the University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering announced the discovery of a simple modification that allows quantum systems to stay operational—or "coherent"—10,000 times longer than before.
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