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Is Excessive Video-Game Playing a Medical Disorder?

The World Health Organization has classified gaming addiction as a disease but others say evidence is lacking

5 October 2018
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For Safer Coastal Living, Thank Engineers

3 October 2018
Drones, AI buoys, and composite-based sensors are providing protection against natural disasters

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Should Employees Get Paid for Working While Commuting?

20 September 2018
Some say time spent checking email and making client calls should be on the clock

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IEEE Day Ambassador Gears Up for 2 October Event

19 September 2018
He’s one of the people working behind the scenes to organize activities

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Why I Became an IEEE Day Ambassador

14 September 2018
Encouragement and advice from peers led this student member to volunteer

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Up in the Air: Protecting the Friendly Skies From Cyber Threats

10 September 2018
Aviation industry is under daily attack by black-hat hackers

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Why Schools Are Getting More Serious About Teaching Engineering Students About Ethics

5 September 2018
Harvard, MIT, and Stanford say it’s more important than ever to recognize the ramifications of AI technology

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Will Amazon Disrupt the U.S. Health Care System?

22 August 2018
The company joins forces with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan to lower costs and improve care

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CultureCloud App Helps People Connect at Conferences and While Traveling

10 August 2018
Developed by IEEE Young Professionals members, it matches users based on location and shared interests

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Nine Ways to Restore Ethics Advice and Support to Strengthen IEEE’s Tagline

20 July 2018
Recommendations include getting involved, creating new guidelines, and remaining vigilant