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By IEEE Computer Society Team
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming an intrinsic part of numerous technological advances, as seen in such domains as autonomous systems, data analytics, financial systems, social media applications, and so on. Interested parties have demonstrated various reactions to the explosive growth of AI technologies and their implications. Let’s take a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
From 1 – 31 May 2022, people around the United States will observe Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a time designated to honor and understand the diverse heritage of Asian Pacific Americans. It began as a 7-day observation in 1979 and developed into a month-long event when Congress passed Public…
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By IEEE Computer Society Team
Access Article The low-code paradigm has revolutionized the way software is being created and it doesn’t look like we’ll be seeing it slow down anytime soon. Low-code platforms facilitate automatic code generation and assist in developing production-ready applications. “According to a Forrester report, the LCSD platform market is expected to…
By Arun Yadav
With increased flexibility, cost savings, performance, and speed, more companies are migrating their in-house infrastructure and application workloads to the cloud. Additional benefits that make this option viable include data security, the likelihood that profitability will sky-rocket, and greater employee satisfaction from those who prefer this newer, smarter way of…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
COVID has thrust high-performance computing (HPC) out of the lab and into the mainstream. Integrations with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and increased cloud computing efficiency open much need for HPC in a range of areas including medicine, security, the Internet of Things, and integrated customer experiences. Experts at the International…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Download Report Since Paul Benioff proved a computer can perform under the laws of quantum mechanics in 1980, the concept of quantum computing has remained a highly theoretical field with much hope it would show commercial potential in the future. It seems after four decades, we’ve reached a tipping point…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Black History Month is a time for the US to recognize and celebrate the contributions of African Americans. Nevertheless, we must be cognizant that we cannot confine the impact of African American contributions to just one month each year. There must be continued effort to break down systemic barriers within…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
For week two of Black History Month, we take a deeper look at how those within the computing space are redefining health outcomes for patients from underrepresented groups. Through technology, data, and analysis, we can better understand the successes as well as the challenges we all must face together. Not…
By Alyssa Beniza
Quantum computing is on the rise. Maybe not yet for the mainstream, but governments and industry giants have taken notice. Goldman Sachs is to introduce quantum algorithms in their pricing. Meanwhile, the US government added Chinese quantum computing firms to their export blacklist. This level of attention is there for…
By US Research Software Engineer Association Steering Committee
Almost all research today depends on software: Over 90% of researchers across fields in the UK and US say they use research software, 2/3 say they couldn’t do their research without it, and between 1/4 and 1/2 develop software as part of their research. 80% of papers in 3 months…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In 2000, Dr. Hayashizaki and his colleagues established an international research consortium named FANTOM5 (Functional Annotation of the Mammalian Genome). The project’s initial focus assigned functional annotations to the full-length of cDNA collected during the Mouse Encyclopedia Project at RIKEN. It later evolved to include transcriptome analysis. This project has…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
One of the greatest democratic achievements created in the last century was to recognize and guarantee education as a fundamental right. In this sense, the 1948 declaration of Human Rights promulgated just three years after the Constitution of the United Nations and in the context of the search for better…
By Mitesh Athwani
It’s natural to assume that the “FAANG” companies, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google (Alphabet), gather and use Big Data to make big decisions. They’re big companies. While they are not the only companies that collect Big Data, they and other organizations also buy and sell it. Sometimes they even…
IEEE Computer Society SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Go To Resources The Computer Society is in the process of organizing a new task force (PDF) related to this subject. If you are interested, please contact Andre Oboler at oboler@ieee.org. Disinformation and misinformation are problems societies have faced long before the invention of the internet and social media. However,…
By Anna Johansson
In a world of smartphones, tablets, computers, and dozens of cable channels, trying to avoid screens has become nearly impossible. But if you’re in the recovery stages of a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI), staying away from screens may be one of the single best things you can do…
By Karu Sankaralingam
The next revolutionary algorithm, processor, or program is always just around the corner, and it's getting harder and harder for existing technologies to remain relevant.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In December of 2019, tech experts unveiled their annual predictions for the future of tech, presenting what they believed would be the most widely adopted technology trends in 2020. Today, the scorecard for IEEE Computer Society’s 2020 Technology Predictions has been released, with an overall score of a B-. “Last year was the…
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By Karu Sankaralingam, Jude Shavlik, and Greg Wright
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is continually evolving, and chip design must evolve accordingly in order to successfully enable and support The Age of AI.
By Andrew Richards
Committing to an AI chip is a big deal. When a social network, or online shop, or search engine company decides to commit to a particular AI chip, then billions of dollars are at stake.
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