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The Jacquard Loom: A Driver of the Industrial Revolution

It automated weaving and inspired punch-card computers

21 January 2019
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Q&A: Quantum Computing’s Researcher Shortage

12 December 2018
Expert William Hurley says the problem could be solved by opening up the field to software developers

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IEEE SIGHT Project Wins Two Awards From Carnegie Mellon

9 October 2018
The recognition is for a suite of games for the deaf

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Why Millennials Should Consider Software Engineering

13 September 2018
The field is in demand and pays well

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How Blockchain Technology Could Track and Trace Food From Farm to Fork

29 August 2018
IEEE standards working group is using the distributed ledger to improve and secure the supply chain

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Shockley’s Historic Semiconductor Laboratory Honored With Two IEEE Milestones

24 August 2018
The first attempt to automate the manufacture of diffused silicon transistors and pioneering work by Gordon Moore happened at the Silicon Valley location

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Boning Up on Blockchain Technology

21 August 2018
E-learning courses, publications, and conferences are some IEEE resources that can bring you up to speed

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Five Surprising Applications of Blockchain Technology

13 August 2018
Uses include verifying information about job candidates and tracking gun ownership

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IEEE Blockchain Initiative Helps to Advance the Decentralized Ledger

1 August 2018
Members are developing standards and e-learning courses, and forming local groups

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IEEE Publishes Trend Paper on AI, Machine Learning, and Cybersecurity

15 May 2018
Experts anticipate challenges that could emerge in the next decade