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Will Technology Replace Good, Old-Fashioned Exercise?
2 April 2017

IEEE Senior member Karen Lawson shares her thoughts on fitness tech trends, smart fabrics, and wearables.


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Recent IEEE news

Date Media Source Hot Topic Category Story
3 April 2017 ZDNet   How to implement DevOps: 5 tips for doing it right
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses how companies should implement DevOps.
30 March 2017 RoboticsTomorrow Robotics Robotics and Elderly Care: Delivery of Quality Care Through Automation and Data
IEEE member Antonio Espingardeiro discusses the impact of robotics in assisted living and care.
27 March 2017 Quartz   What the US and UK electronics bans mean for international business travelers
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey shares technical insights on compromised electronic devices and protecting personal data.
17 March 2017 Fox News Online Artificial Intelligence How Twitter could use artificial intelligence to cut online harassment
IEEE Fellow Richard Baraniuk and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University shares his thoughts on how AI systems can help identify negative behavior on popular social mediums like Twitter.
12 March 2017 The Security Ledger IoT & Big Data Podcast: CIA Hacking Tools, Our Orwellian Internet of Things & G-Men can subpoena Memories?
Sven Dietrich, IEEE Senior member and cryptography researcher at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, discusses hacking television sets, cars, and other devices.

10 March 2017 IoT & Big DataHarnessing the Power of the IoT
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin shares his thoughts on the cost-benefit analysis of SMBs adopting IoT solutions.
9 March 2017 Wired   What Encrypted Chat App the White House Liked? Full of Holes
IEEE Senior member Sven Dietrich and IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discuss security flaws and data accessibility and code audits.
6 March 2017 TechRepublic   How to learn programming: 3 languages to get you started
IEEE Senior member Karen Lawson and IEEE member George Thiruvathukal discuss programming languages to consider and tips on how to learn them.
1 March 2017 TechRepublic   10 bad habits to break if you want to become a great developer
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin and IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta share their insights on bad habits to break for great developers.
10 February 2017 TechRepublic   How to become a developer: 7 tips from the pros
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin and IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta share tips on how to become a developer.
8 February 2017 Wired  

Beware: Most Mobile VPNs Aren’t as Safe as They Seem
IEEE Senior member Kevin Du discusses VPNs and their ability to both harm and safeguard products.

5 February 2017 Cnet AR/VR If you're hoping to watch all of the Super Bowl in VR, sorry
IEEE member Todd Richmond shares his thoughts on the impact of VR on sporting events.
1 February 2017 ZDNet IoT & Big Data The five industries leading the IoT revolution
IEEE Fellow and CEO of the nonprofit Weightless SIG William Webb offers advice for enterprises and consumer IoT consumers.
31 January 2017 U.S. News & World Report   Which Stocks Will Win the Smart Home Revolution
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin discusses the connected device market and who will win it.
27 January 2017 Wired  

Quantum Computers Versus Hackers, Round One. Fight
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran shares his thoughts on quantum computers and encryption strategies.

26 January 2017 U.S. News & World Report   Here's Why the Tesla Model 3 May Not Debut in 2017
Raj Rajkumar, IEEE Fellow and Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and CyLab at Carnegie Mellon University, shares his thoughts on sensory technologies for the Tesla 3.
23 January 2017 TechRepublic  Consumer Electronics How to become a Unity developer for VR and AR
Todd Richmond, IEEE member, shares his thoughts on difficulties in VR content development.
6 January 2017 The Wall Street Journal – Tech News Briefing  Consumer Electronics New Tech Frontiers at CES 2017 (Audio, 6:37)
Tom Coughlin, IEEE Senior member, provides an in-depth look at technology trends emerging out of CES 2017.
5 January 2017 InsideBIGDATA  IoT & Big Data AI and Chatbots: Where we are and Where we’re headed
Kevin Curran, IEEE Senior member and senior lecturer in computer science at Ulster University, discusses the world of chatbots; what to expect of them in 2017, and beyond.
3 January 2017 Entrepreneur Consumer Electronics

What 4 Experts Expect From This Year’s CES
Stu Lipoff, IEEE Fellow, President of IP Action Partners; Tom Coughlin, IEEE Senior member, founder of Coughlin Associates; and Todd Richmond, IEEE Fellow, Director of the University of South California’s Mixed Reality Lab + Studio, share what to expect at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.



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