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Millennials Are Concerned Automation Will Reduce Their Job Prospects

A survey shows young professionals anticipate there will be less demand for their skills

16 May 2017
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Artificial Intelligence’s Potential Will Be Realized by Quantum Computing

15 May 2017
New tools to transform the way we analyze, store, and manipulate data for AI systems

Is It Smart to Have a Smart Home?

12 May 2017
The risks and hassles might outweigh the rewards

Engineering Dominates Glassdoor’s List of the 50 Best U.S. Jobs

9 May 2017
Nearly half are tech-related professions with tens of thousands of openings

On the Heels of U.S. H-1B Visa Reform, Australia to End Its 457 Work Visa Program

5 May 2017
The elimination could make it more difficult for noncitizen engineers to get jobs on the continent

The Ethical Dilemma of Designer Babies

3 May 2017
In this TED Talk, biologist Paul Knoepfler discusses the consequences of prioritizing advancements over morals

‘A Day in a Connected Life’ Infographic From IEEE

3 May 2017
Tracking how big data and the Internet of Things might be used in gyms, stores, and homes

How 5G Could Bring Internet Access to Remote Areas

2 May 2017
Massive MIMO antenna systems will play a key role, IEEE Fellow Gerhard Fettweis says

Amazon’s Echo Is Being Used by Hospitals, Governments, and Gamers

1 May 2017
The virtual assistant’s skills are applied in unexpected applications

India’s Female Entrepreneurs Could Significantly Boost the Country’s Economy

25 April 2017
Facebook launches a program to assist startups founded by women