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How Blockchain Could Give Everyone a Legal ID

Digital identification can replace birth certificates and other legal documents

3 March 2017
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If You Liked ‘Hidden Figures,’ Watch This Documentary Next

28 February 2017
Top Secret Rosies highlights female mathematicians creating ballistics programs for World War II

A Review of the Award-Winning Hidden Figures

23 January 2017
Racial segregation inside NASA during the 1960s didn’t hold back the aspirations of three female African-American mathematicians

Photo of Claude Shannon

The Institute’s 10 Most Popular Articles of 2016

16 December 2016
They include coverage of the world’s largest indoor farm and the toughest engineering jobs to fill

IEEE Journal on Solid-State Circuits Marks 50 Years

22 November 2016
It continues to be one of the most cited sources in its field

First IEEE Conference on Rebooting Computing Focuses on Neuromorphic and Quantum Designs

28 October 2016
Researchers discuss how to make machines more like the human brain—and faster and more energy-efficient

Dadda Multiplier Named an IEEE Milestone

11 October 2016
The 1965 invention significantly reduced the time it took processors to do arithmetic

In Memoriam: September 2016

29 September 2016
IEEE mourns the loss of the following members

Ask the Experts: Blockchain Technology

19 August 2016
Submit questions about the system that could disrupt industries and might even replace the Internet