What's New at the IEEE Computer Society

TechIgnite

TechIgnite is the first event of its kind, bringing together more than 25 C-level experts in two action-packed days. You’ll delve into the latest tech trends, learn why you should or shouldn’t use them, and discover how to overcome challenges in cybersecurity, the Internet of Things, big data, and emerging technologies. Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, and Grady Booch, Chief Scientist of Software Engineering at IBM, will both host fireside chats, allowing you to get the answers you need. Other Rock Star speakers include Brian David Johnson, Futurist, Intel; Peter Fonash, CTO, Department of Homeland Security; Annette Brüls, Vice President and President, Diabetes Services & Solutions, Medtronic; William Ruh, Vice President & Global Technology Director, GE Digital; Moe Tanabian, Head of ID8 Innovation Lab, Samsung Electronics; and Sky Matthews, CTO, IoT, IBM.
 
Don't miss this important event, which takes place March 21-22 2017 in San Francisco, CARegister today

Computing Edge ComputingEdge

Check out the new FREE digest that helps you stay on the leading edge of technology!


Computing Edge

With myCS, you can access all of your Computer Society subscriptions in one place and choose which format you'd like to read them in depending on your device. Check it out here.


Computing Edge

Colloquium is a new printed digest of monthly article abstracts from the entire portfolio of journals published by the IEEE Computer Society. Starting in January 2017, Colloquium will replace the current OnlinePlus abstract booklet + CD mailer offered by some journals and will expand distribution to all journal subscribers each month. Colloquium is your insight into the groundbreaking research and results published in the Computer Society’s wide range of respected, topical transactions.

Computer Society Co-sponsors XPRIZE/IBM Watson AI Competition

The AI XPRIZE Competition asks participants to think about the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) research, focusing on the emergence of AI/human collaboration, commercial exploration of AI, and a larger understanding of what contribution AI can make to humankind. The competition starts in March 2017 and the final presentation will be at TED 2020. Because the challenge will occur over multiple years, final projects will include technologies and utilize skill sets that don’t exist today. The Computer Society is a co-sponsor of this prize, providing judges and publicizing the challenge. The winner will receive $3 million courtesy of IBM, with the runner-up getting $1 million and the third-place recipient getting $500,000. Learn more about this exciting competition and register here

Software Engineering Radio

Listen to the latest installment of the Software Engineering Radio podcast, which features Peter Hilton on naming and why it's harder than it seems. Hear this and other episodes at SE-Radio.net.


Magazine Roundup

Find out what's new and noteworthy in the Computer Society's 13 peer-reviewed technical magazines


Upcoming Events


Awards and Nominations


Call for Papers

Computer plans a September 2017 special issue on blockchain technology in finance. Get the details here
 
Full papers are due 1 February 2017 (guest editors will consider articles until this date even if authors didn’t submit an abstract).

Distinguished Visitors Program Speaker Nominations

The Distinguished Visitors Program (DVP) provides chapters with direct access to in​-person visits from top technology leaders. The Computer Society, through the DVP, helps cover the costs involved. If you are a member of the Computer Society, we would like to invite you to nominate yourself or your colleagues as a potential DVP speaker. There are limited spaces available and beyond outstanding leadership, the selection also seeks to secure a diversity of topics and ensure a spread of speakers across the globe.  
 
Copy the application information into a Word or PDF document and email to chapters@computer.orgFind more information about the IEEE Computer Society DVP here.