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IEEE Ethics: When Advice and Support Went Dark

An overview of what led to activities being terminated, as well as efforts to restore them

20 June 2018
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Top-Paying Jobs in the Gig Economy Are in Tech

19 June 2018
Freelancers working in artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cybersecurity earn the most

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A Hands-On Approach With My Son Sparked His Interest in Engineering

11 June 2018
Showing, not telling, kids what engineers do can have a lasting impact

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Technology Is Addictive by Design

6 June 2018
Speakers at Collision conference say the industry needs to change its ways

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Electrical Engineers Are Building the Future of Health Care

5 June 2018
Assistive robots, advanced imaging machines, and 3D bioprinters certain to transform the industry

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IEEE Ethics: Significant Milestones Over the Past 40 Years

30 May 2018
Accomplishments included committees, an award, and a hotline

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Should a Dark Past Prevent People From Working in Cybersecurity?

29 May 2018
Some of the most talented candidates were once hackers themselves

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Diversity Can Be an Annoying Topic, but Someone’s Got to Talk About It

28 May 2018
Instead of grumbling, let’s collectively fix the problem

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Should Students Be Spending Class Time Learning Video Game Skills?

21 May 2018
Universities are offering e-sports scholarships and building training facilities to attract more students

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Celebrities Implore Engineers to Join Their Causes at Collision Conference

17 May 2018
Al Gore, Sophia Bush, and others advocate for the environment and the #TimesUp movement