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AI Software Helps Employers Hire Based on Innate Skills

Some companies are selecting candidates based on neuroscience assessments instead of résumés

16 July 2018
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Artificial Intelligence

Haptically Controlled Robots Will Take On Tasks Too Dangerous for Humans

12 July 2018
With its sense of touch, Stanford’s OceanOne android can assist with recovery efforts on sea and land

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Tech history

The Iceberg-Detection System That Helped Ships Avoid Disaster

4 July 2018
Fessenden’s oscillator was invented in 1913, the year after the Titanic sank

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Would You Want Your Memories Uploaded to a Computer After You Die?

29 June 2018
One startup is offering to preserve people’s brains and create a virtual afterlife

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New York’s Consumer Electronics Week Showcases Tech for Parents and Kids

28 June 2018
Products include T-shirts to track children and a 3D-printing pen

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Products and Services

Tune In to the New Podcast Series From the IEEE Brain Initiative

27 June 2018
Experts talk about tiny microscopes and brain-machine interfaces

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Career guidance

Biomedical Engineers Look to Help People Live Much Longer

26 June 2018
Technologists are working on many approaches to prevent age-related health conditions

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Services Like Echo and Uber Can Help the Elderly Live Independently

22 June 2018
They can set reminders to take medication and arrange for rides to doctor appointments

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Artificial Intelligence

Smart Homes Could Monitor Medical Issues for Elderly

21 June 2018
An IEEE Fellow is working on a system so doctors can analyze their patients’ daily activities

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Life Sciences

Technology You Can Swallow

18 June 2018
A Carnegie Mellon researcher has developed a diagnostic tool that can be digested

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