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Should Research Papers Mention Potential Negative Effects of New AI Technologies?

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 13 December 2018

Future of Computing Academy members want any downsides to be clear

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Diversity Continues to Be the Focus of IEEE Young Professionals

POSTED BY: FLAVIA DINCA and MARIO MILICEVIC / 7 December 2018
Inclusive events and networking sessions around the world have enhanced the member experience

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Volunteers Come Together to Help Survivors of Floods in Kerala, India

POSTED BY: SHAHIM BAKER / 19 November 2018
IEEE section created a Web portal and built power banks and LED lamps

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Would You Quit a Tech Project Over Ethical Concerns?

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 2 November 2018
Engineers at Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are demanding the companies put ethics before profits

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Battery Energy Storage Systems Are on the Rise

POSTED BY: QUSI ALQARQAZ / 22 October 2018
BMW, GE, and several U.S. states have plans to use the clean energy

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Is Excessive Video-Game Playing a Medical Disorder?

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 5 October 2018
The World Health Organization has classified gaming addiction as a disease but others say evidence is lacking

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For Safer Coastal Living, Thank Engineers

POSTED BY: RYAN AYERS / 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?

POSTED BY: KATHY PRETZ / 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

POSTED BY: ONUR KARMIS / 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

POSTED BY: ABDULRHMAN AL-FIKY / 14 September 2018
Encouragement and advice from peers led this student member to volunteer