Lori Cameron is Senior Writer for the IEEE Computer Society (CS) and currently writes regular features for Computer.org, Tech News, and Careers in Computing. She also serves as manager and writer for several CS social media outlets.
In addition, she has been a visiting professor of writing and literature at DeVry University, Long Beach for over 20 years. Lori received a master of arts in English from Cal Poly Pomona, and a bachelor of arts in writing from Indiana Wesleyan University. You can follow her on LinkedIn.
Some of her stories:
- Industry Exhibitors Take Over Hundreds of Thousands of Square Feet at the 2019 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
- Africa is Computing’s Newest, Most Promising Frontier: Three Reasons Why
- IEEE Computer Society Writers Take First Place in Los Angeles Press Club’s Southern California Journalism Awards
- Untold Stories: Setting the Record Straight on Tech’s Racial History
- The Epic Journey of Women in Computing: Advances, Setbacks, and an Uncertain Future
- Internet Of Elderly Things: How Smart Devices And Imaging Sensors Help Parkinson’s And Alzheimer’s Patients Live More Independent Lives
- What To Know About The Scientist Who Invented The Term “Software Engineering”
- Fighting Human Traffickers: An AI Tool is Created to “DIG” into Sex Rings and Decode Open Web Domains. More than 200 Law Agencies Now Use It.
- Amazon: Jeff Bezos’ juggernaut began with a recommender system that launched a thousand algorithms
- Ethics, Safety, And Software Behind Self-Driving Cars In The Aftermath Of First Pedestrian Killed