A Review of the Award-Winning Hidden Figures

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 23 January 2017

Racial segregation inside NASA during the 1960s didn’t hold back the aspirations of three female African-American mathematicians

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Robot Nannies: Should Gadgets Raise Your Kids?

POSTED BY: IAN CHANT / 20 January 2017
These friendly helpers were the trend this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

How IEEE Aims to Instill Ethics in Artificial Intelligence Design

POSTED BY: KAY FIRTH-BUTTERFIELD / 19 January 2017
New set of guidelines released for industry

The Role of Diversity in Honoring Pioneering Engineers

POSTED BY: KENSALL D. WISE / 18 January 2017
IEEE Awards Program continually strives to recognize contributors from all fields of expertise around the globe

IEEE Holds User Experience Hackathon at Its First International Project Management Day Event

POSTED BY: LESLIE-ANN OBRIEN / 13 January 2017
Attendees learned how to increase engagement with their products and services

TechNav Helps Members Discover IEEE Resources by Technical Topic

POSTED BY: HAROLD FLESCHER / 11 January 2017
It’s a one-stop shop for finding courses, journals, and job openings

A Game Console Made From E-Waste Wins the 2016 IEEE Maker Project Contest

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 30 December 2016
Other finalists include a smart wheelchair system and a 3-D-printed prosthetic

Medical Experts Say Addiction to Technology Is a Growing Concern

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 23 December 2016
Surveys show that tech addition is on the rise

Augmented Reality Could Contribute to Information Overload, If We Let It

POSTED BY: AMANDA DAVIS / 22 December 2016
A new kind of operating system will be needed to encourage mindfulness rather than distraction

The Institute’s 10 Most Popular Articles of 2016

POSTED BY: MONICA ROZENFELD / 16 December 2016
They include coverage of the world’s largest indoor farm and the toughest engineering jobs to fill