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New Safety Features in Your Car Might Make Your Driving Worse

As automotive tech advances, motorists are becoming less alert

22 January 2018
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IEEE Member Wins $1 Million Award for Her 3D Printer Startup

19 January 2018
The WeWork Creator prize will be used to fulfill her venture’s mission of printing with trash

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IEEE’s Top 10 Technology Predictions for 2018

19 January 2018
Technical experts say we’ll see more automated financial services and mixed-reality environments

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How 5G Could Prevent Internet Disruptions During a Natural Disaster

18 January 2018
Expert Gerhard Fettweis explains the advantages

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Trump Administration Proposes More Changes to H-1B Visa Program

18 January 2018
They’re part of the ‘Buy American, Hire American’ strategy

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Three Gadgets at CES 2018 Designed to Manage Our Health

12 January 2018
Wearables to treat chronic pain and monitor diabetes were on display

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Cutting Big Data Down to Size

12 January 2018
IEEE Green ICT Initiative seeks to reduce the technology’s impact on the environment

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Are Low-Income Children Left Behind in STEM?

11 January 2018
Some of the most brilliant students might never get a shot

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Job Ads on Facebook Discriminate Against Older Workers

5 January 2018
Investigation finds that companies are recruiting only candidates younger than 40

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Cochlear Implant Technology is Paving the Way for Bionic Vision and Implantable Brain Devices

28 December 2017
CTO of Bionics Institute discusses how the technology can help restore vision and manage Parkinson’s disease