How AI is revolutionizing training
7 April 2021
|8 April 2021||Axios||How AI could revolutionize biology – and vice versa
IEEE member Jay Shah offers insight on the methods being developed to correct potential bias in AI/ML algorithms.
|2 April 2021||Diário de Pernambuco||Health and Wellness
Artificial intelligence tools can give greater precision to Covid-19's treatment (Portuguese Version)
IEEE member Anthony Lins and IEEE member Anselmo Frizera Neto discuss technological tools that can assist in more accurate Covid-19 diagnosis and assist in infected patient's treatment and rehabilitation.
|25 March 2021||Design World||Accepting your differences
IEEE Senior member Jill Tietjen discusses her personal experiences as a leading woman in engineering.
|20 March 2021||iChina Magazine||
IoT Innovation Is Experiencing Fast Development In 2021 (Chinese Version)
|17 March 2021||Construction Dive||Infrastructure||Tech 101: 5G networks in construction
IEEE Senior member Babak Beheshti discusses the applications of 5G in the construction industry.
|15 March 2021||IoT Agenda||Focus the role of data analytics in IoT on actionable insights
IEEE member Geoff Mulligan and Alexander Wyglinski discusses how organizations must design IoT deployments.
|11 March 2021||Vox||Infrastructure||Why every state is vulnerable to a Texas-style power crisis
IEEE Senior member Jill Tietjen discusses how the country can move to more sustainable and clean energy options in the wake of the Texas power outages.
|11 March 2021||FedTech Magazine
VDI Supports the Additional Workers Needed During Surges and Emergencies
|2 March 2021||Wall Street Journal
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses how virtual letter unfolding techniques could also be used to check undeployed parachutes for safety.
|23 February 2021||Search Data Management||The top 5 graph database advantages for enterprises
IEEE member Mayank Kejriwal is featured within the story discussing the advantages and use cases for graph databases.
|22 February 2021||FedTech Magazine||Infrastructure||The Importance of Supply Chain Risk Management in Government
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses supply chain risk management and they tools/standards that IT professionals should consider using.
|22 February 2021||SearchBusinessAnalytics||Top 5 enterprise graph analytics use cases
IEEE member Mayank Kejriwal and IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discuss the types of companies who use graph databases and use cases for graph analytics.
|16 February 2021||Design World||Using engineering skills to make an impact
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses her personal experiences as a leading woman in engineering and the role of IEEE in empowering the next generation of women engineers.
|16 February 2021||Data Center Knowledge||Infrastructure||Managing Encryption for Data Centers Is Hard. And It Will Get Harder
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin discusses hardware challenges related to encryption for data centers.
|1 February 2021||ZdNet||Six industries impacted by the combination of 5G and edge computing
IEEE Senior member David Witkowski discusses the reasons for implementing edge computing in 5G and why the automotive industry is one that will see some of the biggest impact from the combination of the two technologies.
|29 January 2021||BBC News||Satellite boom attracts technology giants
IEEE Senior member Paul Kostek discusses the issues surrounding the increase in space debris and what we can expect with geostationary satellites. Paul also touches on the potential impact of satellite launches on space traffic management.
|28 January 2021||StateTach Magazine||Infrastructure||State and Local Agencies Optimize With Cloud Assessments
IEEE member Carmen Fontana discusses how state and local agencies can optimize and assess their cloud usage.
|25 January 2021
||Correio Braziliense||Health and Wellness||Robot created by Brazilians helps those who have limited mobility (Portuguese Version)
IEEE member Anselmo Frizera discusses the intelligent Cloud Walker project. It is an intelligent walker that identifies a person's intention to move and can provide physical and cognitive assistance to a person.
|15 January 2021||Security Magazine||Health and Wellness||Telehealth’s emergence and the keys to security in 2021
IEEE Senior member Kayne McGladrey contributed an article focusing on telehealth-related security heading into 2021.
|14 January 2021
||Communications of the ACM||Health and Wellness||Just Think: The Outlook for BCI
IEEE member Carmen Fontana explains brain computer interface (BCI) and the variety of implications behind the emerging tech.
|13 January 2021
||ZDNet||Health and Wellness||Social Distancing? Teleworking? It’s time for immersive technologies
IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses the Generation AI 2020 survey and its key findings focusing on AR/VR, as well as a variety of evergreen topics pertaining to AR/VR adoption and enablement.
|10 January 2021||The Sunday Times||Health and Wellness||How society will tech it to the next level in 2021
IEEE member Antonio Espingardeiro discusses how technology is impacting the healthcare and aviation sectors.
|8 January 2021
||SearchSecurity||Health and Wellness||2021 IT priorities require security considerations
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta, IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler, IEEE Senior member Kayne McGladrey, IEEE Senior member David Witkowski, and IEEE member Carmen Fontana discuss a variety of security implications for the emerging technologies referenced as top priorities in IEEE’s survey of CIOs and CTOs.
|3 January 2021||ZDNet||Health and Wellness||A 3D-printed heart made out of your own stem cells (Video Clip 9:24)
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the Generation AI 2020 survey and its key findings, as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of emerging technologies in healthcare.
|18 December 2020||ZDNet||Health and Wellness||Forecast 2021: Artificial Intelligence during COVID and beyond
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta and IEEE Senior member Ayanna Howard share their 2021 predictions focusing on AI.
|16 December 2020
||ZDNet||Health and Wellness||AR Outlook: Why 2020 was prelude to hot 2021 AR sector
IEEE Senior member David Witkowski shares his predictions focusing on AR in 2021.
|15 December 2020
||Health and Wellness
||2021 technology: AI and machine learning will be at the center of the world (Portuguese Version)
The article highlights the main technological trends for 2021 such as 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), and machine learning.
|13 December 2020||Leiphone.com||Health and Wellness
||IEEE 2020 CIO-CTO Survey: AI, machine learning, 5G and IoT will be the most influential technology in 2021 (Chinese Version)
IEEE Fellow Yang Yang, IEEE Fellow Ming Liu, and IEEE Senior member Guangjie Han share their insights of 2021 technology trends.
|2 December 2020
||Help Net Security||Health and Wellness||IT leaders on 2021 opportunities, challenges and key technology trends
The article highlights the CIO/CTO survey results and the important technologies to adopt in the upcoming year.
|30 November 2020||IoT Agenda||Health and Welness
||3 top anticipated IIoT trends for 2021
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin discusses how with increased remote work, the use of IIoT technology in automation, wireless connectivity, and AI algorithms will continue to grow across industries in 2021.
|14 November 2020||The Robot Report||Health and Wellness||Millennials ready for robots to aid family health and wellness, finds IEEE survey
IEEE member Carmen Fontana contributed supporting commentary focusing on the key trends highlighted in IEEE Generation AI 2020.
|10 November 2020||FedTech Magazine||Health and Wellness
||A Data Center Refresh Boosts Capability for Virtualization
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin discusses data center optimization and how to know when your center needs an upgrade.
|5 November 2020||The Engineer||Health and Wellness||How AI and robotics are transforming healthcare
IEEE member Antonio Espingardeiro discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the broad implementation of AI and robotics, and why this is likely to continue into the future.