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Today, on World AIDS Day, we salute the engineers, scientists and researchers who are working hard to develop and create technology that will eventually eradicate HIV and AIDS: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WorldAIDSDay

Exploring Advances in Technology for Care, Prevention and Detection on World AIDS Day - IEEE Transmitter

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yesterday at 16:54. Facebook
Humans have had a need for speed, adventure and discovery for centuries and it has helped mankind go places that were once unfathomable. The North American X-15 hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the U.S. Air Force and NASA, set speed and altitude records during its 9-year program in the late 50s and 60s. Thirteen X-15 flights went higher than 80.4 km (50 miles), two of which...
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11/21/2016. Facebook
Web Summit wasn’t the only big trade show this month. 73,000 attendees flocked to electronica in Munich, Germany to get a glimpse into what the future may hold for embedded systems, cybersecurity and the IoT: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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11/30/2016 at 17:02. Facebook
From the original Tron to the Matrix trilogy, Hollywood has been bringing Artificial Intelligence to life for years. Explore how these AI predictions are now becoming a reality: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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11/30/2016 at 15:02. Facebook
Located in the western hemisphere of Mars, off the northwestern edge of the Tharsis bulge, stands Olympus Mons. This shield volcano measures 25 km (15.53 mi) tall and 624 km (387.7 mi) in diameter, which makes it roughly two and a half times as tall as Mount Everest’s height above sea level. Olympus Mons is currently the largest volcano discovered in the Solar System and has been known by...
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11/29/2016 at 17:04. Facebook
“It can allow someone to create a virtual version of their personal space and “try on” most anything – from furniture to clothes. They can see what fits and what works for them without having to measure or extrapolate from pictures. Then an autonomous drone can deliver the furniture, or a just-in-time manufacturing process (3D printing, automated sewing, etc) can build-to-order.” IEEE Member...
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Explore the Future of Advanced Manufacturing - IEEE Transmitter

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11/29/2016 at 15:03. Facebook
Although self-driving vehicles may be safer than cars driven by people, will that reassurance alone be enough for you to feel comfortable giving up control? A startup, Braiq, aims to get passengers to trust their vehicles more: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Shared via IEEE The Institute
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11/28/2016 at 17:05. Facebook
Artificial Intelligence is advancing every day, but is it coming for your job? [ Bit.ly Link ]

Could Artificial Intelligence Take Away Your Job? - IEEE Transmitter

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11/28/2016 at 15:02. Facebook
Failure isn’t always a bad thing.
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11/21/2016. Facebook
Web Summit wasn’t the only big trade show this month. 73,000 attendees flocked to electronica in Munich, Germany to get a glimpse into what the future may hold for embedded systems, cybersecurity and the IoT: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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11/25/2016 at 17:03. Facebook
How do you see Artificial Intelligence growing in the future? IEEE Transmitter sat down with IEEE Member George K. Thiruvathukal to discuss the future of AI and how it has been portrayed in film: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Artificial Intelligence in Movies - IEEE Transmitter

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11/25/2016 at 15:01. Facebook
This week we’re recognizing scholar, teacher, practitioner and IEEE Fellow, Louis Scharf. Scharf has profoundly impacted the way statistics are used in modern signal processing. He is most known for his work on modal analysis, invariance theories for subspace signal processing, dimension reduction in subspaces for managing performance metrics and coherent statistics for space-time signal...
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11/24/2016. Facebook
The world of advanced manufacturing is changing rapidly with the help of Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing and Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality. Here's how: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Explore the Future of Advanced Manufacturing - IEEE Transmitter

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11/24/2016. Facebook
From stunning aerial views to a legitimate racing league, drones have changed the way we see the world. Some of the newest drones boast specs that could put some DSLRs to shame. One of the newest drones to hit the market has a top speed of 65 kph (40 mph) in Sport mode without wind. Henry Ford’s Model T not only revolutionized the way automobiles were produced in America, it also became the...
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11/23/2016. Facebook
From Hollywood to your home, explore how Artificial Intelligence predictions in movies have made their way into your life: [ Bit.ly Link ]

AI Movies

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11/23/2016. Facebook
The term “electric” is said to have come from the classical Latin word “electrum”, which meant “amber”. Amber was observed by William Gilbert to have attractive properties. The word “Electric” was first used in the English language by Sir Francis Bacon to describe materials like amber – meaning, those that have the capability to attract other objects.
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11/22/2016. Facebook
Should you be worried that artificial intelligence poses a threat to your job? [ Bit.ly Link ]

Could Artificial Intelligence Take Away Your Job? - IEEE Transmitter

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11/22/2016. Facebook
Harvard University scientists developed the first mass-producible, 3D-printed heart-on-a-chip. With this chip, researchers can gain insight into a heart's reaction to drug testing without exposing a patient to potentially toxic chemicals. [ Yhoo.it Link ] Shared via IEEE Access

Harvard’s 3D-printed heart on a chip hopes to make drug testing safer

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IEEE
11/21/2016. Facebook
Web Summit wasn’t the only big trade show this month. 73,000 attendees flocked to electronica in Munich, Germany to get a glimpse into what the future may hold for embedded systems, cybersecurity and the IoT: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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11/21/2016. Facebook
Everything doesn't always go as planned.