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Four Recommendations to Protect U.S. Citizens as AI Continues to Expand

IEEE-USA committee’s position statement addresses R&D, workforce development, and more

11 October 2017
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The Best of the 2017 World Maker Faire

6 October 2017
Video games, a mechanical fire-breathing dragon, and a 3D printer for your smartphone among the projects

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Has the Title Engineer Become Meaningless?

3 October 2017
IEEE members and others express concern the description is being used to cover many types of jobs

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Should Gates and Zuckerberg Have a Say in How to Educate Children?

29 September 2017
The tech magnates are using their wealth to restructure education, perhaps for a profit

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When DIY Gadgets Do More Harm Than Good

28 September 2017
People can build their own software and devices to spy, or worse

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Is Disney Spying on Children?

25 September 2017
Company accused of collecting kids’ data through RFID wristbands, gaming apps, and toys

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Teachers’ Workshop at Intrepid Museum Features IEEE Resources on Drones

25 September 2017
New lesson plan from IEEE REACH covers the evolution of UAVs

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LipSync Helps Paralyzed People Use Computers and Mobile Devices

14 September 2017
The Neil Squire Society and the Google Foundation developed the mouth-controlled joystick

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Keeping Bias From Creeping Into Code

12 September 2017
Expert discusses ways to prevent prejudices from showing up in software

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The Consequences of Amazon Becoming a Monopoly

11 September 2017
The e-commerce company could crush competitors in every industry