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INSIGHT: Sensing a Sustainable Future from Space
Bloomberg Environment
10 September 2019

Observing earth from thousands of sensor-enabled satellites is generating significantly more unbiased data and supporting agriculture, forestry and many other sectors. IEEE President José Moura and IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta provide perspectives on how valuable this new and ever-increasing data haul will be to environmental sustainability efforts.

Watch IEEE Member Renato Borges describe the importance of device-to-device communication and its impact on traveling to space in a whole new way.

 

 

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9 September 2019 Reader’s Digest   12 Signs Your Computer Has a Virus
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses the signs that suggest their might be a virus on your computer virus. He also provide tips for preventing computer viruses.
 
12 August 2019 Robotics Business Review   Mobile Robot Safety and Security Checklist
IEEE Senior member James Conrad discusses safety precautions when you deploy mobile robots in your warehouse or manufacturing facility.
 
8 August 2019 KSAT-TV   Understand: 5G technology and where it's headed (Audio: 3:35)
IEEE member Babak Beheshti discusses the future of 5G.    
 
1 August 2019
Forbes   Experts Say Facebook's Mind-Reading Brain Interface Isn't That Crazy
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta and IEEE member Todd Richmond discuss the technology required to make mind-reading brain interface a reality through the use of wearable devices.
 
25 July 2019 MobiHealthNews Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure How the innovation industry is seeking to protect your skin in the extreme heat
IEEE Fellow and Impact Creator Karen Panetta discusses the need for data expertise when it comes to training artificial intelligence models.
 
19 July 2019
CNET Natural Capital Our Apollo-inspired dreams of living on the moon could still come true
IEEE Senior member Ella Atkins discusses the technology necessary to make lunar life a reality, the computing power during Apollo 11, and the use of AI and robotics in space exploration.
 
17 July 2019 WJTV.Com Natural Capital
IEEE MOVE Truck Stops in Flowood on Return Trip from Hurricane Barry
(Audio: 01:02) The article captures the great work IEEE MOVE volunteers do in helping out communities when hurricane and other disasters occur.  A video segment also details the MOVE team's work.
 
16 July 2019 Correio Braziliense Natural Capital When we won the moon (Portguese Version)
IEEE Senior member Antonio Pedro Timoszczuk talks about the main points of this historical milestone and the likelihood of a future mission.
 
15 July 2019 The Economic Times Natural Capital
Space travel on your mind? Most people want to video call their lover from the Moon
The article discusses the survey results that were take at CES 2019.
 
15 July  21019


Computer Weekly

Natural Capital How Apollo 11 influenced modern computer software and hardware
IEEE Senior member Paul Kostek and IEEE Senior member Ella Aktins explores how the Apollo 11 space mission has influenced today’s computer software and hardware.
 
11 July 2019
CIO   What is NoOps? The quest for fully automated IT operations
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses NoOps, the concept of IT operations being fully automated, including how much of IT operations can actually be automated and what are the pros, cons, strategies, and cautions around this.
 
18 June 2019 Digital Trends Live
Environmental Sustainability Digital Trends Live: Facebook’s cryprocurrency, Walmart deliveries, and more
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta joined the show to discuss creating and implementing sustainable technologies that will protect oceans and also make the overall environment more sustainable.
 
13 June 2019 The Philadelphia Inquirer Privacy and Security
How hackers used little-known credit-card feature to defraud Lansdale woman, $1.99 at a time
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses how threat actors go about credit card fraud as well as the ways consumers can combat it.
 
17 May 2019 ZDNet Enviormental Sustainability IoT sensors unlocking hyper-local environmental insights
IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses the Hyper-Local Air Quality project, which is being conducted in partnership with Pardee RAND, and what the rise of IoT-based sensors and big data might mean for the future of environmental monitoring.
 
2 May 2019
ZDNet   Will Care-Bots Cure the Loneliness of Nursing Homes?
IEEE Life member Jayakrishnan discusses his Sayabot and the future of robotics in healthcare and, in particular, at-home care.
 
2 May 2019 SearchSecurity Environmental Sustainability CrowdStrike tackles BIOS attacks with new Falcon features
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses the importance of protecting the BIOS, the kinds of BIOS attacks enterprises should worry about and what enterprises can do to bolster BIOS security and prevent BIOS attacks.
 
1 May 2019 IoT Agenda
Environmental Sustainability
Use cases and benefits of smart sensors for IoT
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler discusses various types of IoT sensors including those that will have an impact on smart buildings and environmental monitoring as well as the future of the technology.
 
24 April 2019 IoT Agenda
  How do smart microgrids fit into IoT energy initiatives?
While there are management challenges associated with microgrids, IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler says IoT-driven grid management systems can help operators perform critical tasks.
 
18 April 2019 IoT Agenda
Privacy and Security
How can connected car security issues be detected and mitigated?
IEEE Senior member Alexander Wyglinski discusses why the vehicular tech industry needs to shift gears to put the brakes on connected car security threats.
 
9 April 2019 SearchSecurity Privacy and Security
DHS-led agency works to visualize, share cyber-risk information
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses the best practices that organizations/CISOs should be doing to help highlight risks and threats and share information.
 
9 April 2019 ZDNet   Cloud computing: What's coming next and how you can help your business to prepare
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran  discusses the future of cloud computing.
 
8 April 2019 IoT Agenda
 

What are the benefits of IoT for utilities and their consumers?

Saving energy and optimizing distribution are benefits of IoT for utilities. But, without consumer buy-in, IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler said, utilities' efforts are for naught.

 
2 April 2019 IoT Agenda   What are the challenges of designing virtual reality experiences?
IEEE member Todd Richmond outlines three issues to overcome related to designing virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality experiences.
 
29 March 2019
Forbes  

Why Point-To-Point Rocket Travel Will Take Longer Than You Think

IEEE Senior member Ella Atkins discusses the feasibility of point-to-point rocket travel for an engineering perspective.

 
28 March 2019 StateTech  

The Benefits of 5G Network Slicing in Public Safety

IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discuss network slicing in 5G networks, the benefits and challenges of deploying network slicing.

 
21 March 2019 IoT Agenda   Virtual and augmented reality experiences: Casual or dedicated?
IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses the two classes of reality experiences and the difference between the two.
 
14 March 2019 StateTech   How 5G and Multi-Access Edge Computing Can Optimize Public Safety
IEEE member Babak Beheshti and IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discuss how 5G and multi-access edge computing can optimize public safety.
 
14 March 2019 IoT Agenda Privacy + Security How do VIoT, SDR and cognitive radio aid connected car technology?
IEEE Senior member Alexander Wyglinski discusses connected car technology’s reliance on situational awareness, which relies on proper wireless configuration including vehicular IoT, SDR, and cognitive radio.
 
12 March 2019 CSO Privacy + Security What is quantum cryptography? It’s no silver bullet, but could improve security
IEEE Senior member William Hurley (Whurley) discusses the switch to post-quantum cryptography and the overall effect it will have on security.
 
11 March 2019 CSO
Privacy + Security 7 hot cybersecurity trends (and 4 going cold)
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses security trends and why enterprises shouldn’t chase them.
 
1 March 2019 ZDNet   Top 5 jobs that will take advantage of the IIoT revolution
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the importance of having cybersecurity professionals as part of the Industrial IoT revolution to keep data secure and mitigate inevitable attacks.
 
1 March 2019 IoT Agenda   What are the benefits of smart farming systems?
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler discusses how precision farming systems can improve the quality and yields of food produced.
 
25 February 2019 IoT Agenda   Securing IoT: Whose responsibility is it?
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses whose responsibility it is for securing IoT.
 
4 February 2019 Cyber Security Hub AR/VR

How do we build an augmented and virtual reality business plan?

IEEE member Todd Richmond outlines three principles for design in AR/VR planning.

 
28 January 2019 Cyber Security Hub Privacy and Security
The Phishing Phenomenon: How To Keep Your Head Above Water
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses topics related to phishing such as why it continues to grow, how to identify a phishing email, and how to best protect the enterprise from phishing attacks.
 
17 January 2019
IoT Agenda   What are the challenges of building a smart agriculture system?
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler discusses the challenges and best practices for a successful smart agriculture system.
 
9 January 2019
NBC News.com Consumer Electronics

A camera for babies and a fridge that can text you: The best from this year’s top gadget show
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin said he’s leaving CES "optimistic." "Consumer electronics are an important part of our lives nowadays,” he said. “It reflects mankind’s striving to be able to do things in new ways, whether it be entertainment, exploration, taking care of your family, or understanding the universe and ourselves."

 
1 December 2018 IoT Agenda IoT How do AI algorithms automate IoT threat detection?
IEEE member Saumya Sharma explains how the Internet of nano-things uses and benefits in the smallest of spaces.
 
21 December 2018 IoT Agenda   What is human-robot teaming, and what are its benefits?
IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses human-robot teaming and offers use cases demonstrating its benefits.
 
4 December 2018 TechNewsWorld   AI Meets VR in New Nvidia Tech
IEEE Senior member Bill Orner discusses how Nvidia’s deep learning model will enable other industries to create 3D interactive tools.
 
4 December 2018 Philadelphia Inquirer   Beware the holiday ‘smart toys’ that spy on your kids
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses the security challenges that come with the advent of the “smart toy.”
 
 
3 December 2018 Enterprise Mobility Exchange   Getting A Grip On Costs And Challenges Of Mobile Devices
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses various topics related to maximizing ROI in enterprise mobility.
 
21 November 2018 Forbes   Pint-Sized Space Race: Miniature Rockets Are Starting To Crowd Launch Pads
IEEE Senior member Ella Atkins is quoted within discussing the technical aspects of “miniature rockets.”
 
1 November 2018 ZDNet   The top 10 things companies are keeping in their own data centers
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin discusses the leading things companies are keeping in their own on-premises data centers.
 
30 October 2018 SME Channels   India Mobile Congress Day – 2 Run Down
2018 IEEE President Jim Jefferies discusses the complexity of 5G technology and what would be required for a successful implementation of this technology.
 
25 October 2018 Dataquest   The Potential for Consumer Robotics in India
IEEE member Rejin Narayanan discusses the potential for Consumer Robotics becoming a reality in India.
 
25 September 2018 Robotics Business Review Robotics 3 Cybersecurity Challenges for IIoT Devices in 2018
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses cybersecurity challenges for the Industrial Internet of Things.
 
12 September 2018 TV Brasil - Um olhar sobre o mundo   Towards the mysteries of the star-king (Portuguese Version)
IEEE member Andre Gradvohl discusses the impact of NASA’s launching of the Solar Probe in relation to the study and subsequent prediction of solar phenomena.  
 
12 September 2018 Daily Mail – This is Money Robotics Obsession with social media might seem harmless, if a little irritating, but there is a darker side to sharing your life online
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses how to safely engage with “friends” on social media.
 
6 September 2018 MinuteHack Robotics How Robots Are Improving Our Health
IEEE Senior member Ming Liu discusses how robots are improving our health.
 
15 August 2018 CSO
Cybersecurity AI in cybersecurity: what works and what doesn't
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey gives advice to security professionals who plan to use AI-based security solutions in their work environments.
 
9 August 2018
IoT Time Podcast IoT IoT Time Podcast S.3 Ep.26 IEEE Part 3 (Audio: 38.13)
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler discusses the future of connected cars, smart transportation, and the Internet of Vehicles.
 
2 August 2018 Network Computing AI Applying AI to Network Analytics
IEEE Fellow Shervin Shirmohammadi discusses the ways in which artificial intelligence and machine learning will disrupt the network operations and management business.
 
25 July 2018 Computer Weekly Cybersecurity Matching disaster recovery to cyber threats
IEEE Senior member Steven Furnell discusses how companies should reflect on previous IT vulnerabilities to respond to cyber attacks.
 
20 July 2018 MobiHealthNews   Advances and challenges in digital dermatology
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the future of digital dermatology as well as the work she’s doing at Tufts to identify what is and what isn’t skin cancer through the use of data and AI technology.
 
19 July 2018
IoT Time Podcast IoT IoT Time Podcast S.3 Ep.23 IEEE Part 2 (Audio: 39.43)
IEEE member Mario Milicevic discusses the convergence of the Internet of Things and blockchain and how the two may transform various industries in the future.  
 
28 June 2018
Wired   The Floating Robot With an IBM Brain Is Headed to Space
IEEE Senior member Ella Atkins discusses the interactions a floating robot called CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) could play when interacting with astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
 
25 June 2018 Computerworld IoT IoT could be the killer app for blockchain
IEEE member Mario Milicevic discusses blockchain’s potential effect on the Internet of Things, specifically as they relate to supply chain management and secure access to IoT sensors.
 
22 June 2018 The independent   Bitcoin price tumbles after $31 million hack on Bithumb cryptocurrency exchange
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses the unrecoverable nature of cryptocurrencies once stolen.
 
11 June 2018 Forbes   Why This Startup Created A Deep Learning Chip For Autonomous Vehicles
IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin discusses deep learning systems as they relate to autonomous vehicles.
 
6 June 2018 Bitcoin Magazine IoT Op Ed: Untapped Potential and Hidden Challenges of IoT and Supply Chains
IEEE member Mario Milicevic discusses the synergy between blockchain and IoT.
 
29 May 2018 PaymentsSource Cybersecurity The ‘Internet of Payments’ puts ID security on the smartphone
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discusses cybersecurity as it relates to the Internet of Payments (IoP).
 
15 May 2018 The Peggy Smedley Show   
AI Data and Skills
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses IoT technologies as they relate to smart agriculture.
 
14 May 2018 CoinCentral Cybersecurity How Blockchain Can Fill the Talent Gap in Cybersecurity and AI
IEEE member Mario Milicevic discusses how blockchain can be leveraged to verify credentials when recruiting AI and cybersecurity talent.
 
26 April 2018 RoboticsTomorrow.com Robotics Securing The Robots
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses cybersecurity as it relates to robotics.
 
25 April 2018 TechNewsWorld Cybersecurity Holy Grail’ Exploit Puts Nintendo Switch Consoles at Risk
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses cybersecurity as it relates to vulnerable chips, bootROM loaders, and more.
 
25 April 2018 Deseret News   The scary and promising future of a digital world. Here’s what the experts predict
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta and IEEE Fellow Thomas Coughlin discuss technology’s impact on our well-being.
 
9 April 2018 NetworkWorld IoT The future of enterprise IoT
IEEE Fellow Karen, IEEE Fellow Tom Coughlin, and IEEE member Kayne McGladrey discuss IoT in the enterprise.
 
30 March 2018 Forbes AR/VR
The Panoptics Of AI, AR, VR In Healthcare
IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses a variety of applications for medical VAMR.
 
26 March 2018 EdTech Digest   Peanut Butter Meets Chocolate: The Future of STEM Education
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the future of STEM Education.    
 
21 February 2018 Dallas Morning News IoT AT&T commits to bringing 5G to Dallas, two other cities by end of 2018
IEEE Fellow Sundeep Ranga discusses why 5G providers are racing to create excitement in the marketplace.
 
5 February 2018
Hartford Courant
  Businesses, Engineering Schools Tap Overlooked Workforce: Women
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the importance of having more women in the engineering field and the recent increase in companies looking to women to help design and build products.
 
2 February  2018
TechTarget (SearchNetworking)
IoT Preparing for 5G in the Enterprise
IEEE Fellow Sundeep Rangan discusses how 5G can be combined with other technologies like AR/VR to enhance the future of the enterprise.
 
18 January 2018
Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing Podcast
Consumer Electronics
CES 2018: Voice Tech, Robots, VR and More (Audio, 09:23)
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin and IEEE member Todd Richmond share their thoughts on haptic robotic arms, the future of Mixed Reality, and more.
 
4 December 2017
Medgadget
AR/VR
Virtual Reality to Treat PTSD: Interview with Todd Richmond, Director of USC’s Mixed Reality Lab
IEEE member Todd Richmond shares insight on medical applications for virtual reality, notable works in medical VR, and more.
 
17 November 2017
Popular Mechanics
  The Electric Semi Is Here, and Autonomous Big Rigs Are Next
IEEE member Raj Rajkumar shares his thoughts on autonomous trucks, how they different from autonomous cars, and more.
 
15 November 2017
Robotics Trends
R/VR
3 Ways AR/VR Are Improving Autonomous Vehicles
IEEE member Todd Richmond shares his thoughts on how AR/VR are improving, and will continue to improve, autonomous vehicles.
 
14 November 2017
Tech Republic
  Why Bill Gates wants to build an $80M smart city utopia in Arizona (Audio, 1:34)
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler discusses how Bill Gates’ entrance into the world of smart cities will change the future landscape.
 
13 November 2017
Robotics Business Review
AR/VR
Mixed Reality Research at NYU Brings Robots Under Control With a Smartphone Swipe
IEEE Senior member Vikram Kapila discusses his work at NYU, using mixed reality to control multi-robot systems.
 
11 November 2017
International Business Times
AR/VR
What Are Holographic Calls? Technology May Replace Voice Calling In The Future
IEEE member Todd Richmond and IEEE Senior member Dr. Vikram Kapila discuss how holographic calls will change the future of voice calling for the consumer.
 
14 October 2017
International Business Times
AI
IoT, Drones And AI: How Technology Can Help In Disaster Situations
IEEE Senior member Shawn Chandler, IEEE Fellow Dr. Massoud Amin, and IEEE Fellow Robin Murphy discuss the role technology plays in helping cities across the globe stay resilient during natural disasters.
 
13 October 2017
U.S. World and News Report
AI
Will Virtual Reality Disrupt Retail? You Bet
IEEE Senior member Vikram Kapila discusses the ways in which virtual reality will disrupt the world of retail.
 
27 September 2017
TechNewsWorld
  When Quantum Computers Come, They May Speak Microsoft
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran discusses Microsoft’s new quantum computing language and what it means for technology.
 
28 August 2017
MrSocialKeeda
AI (Machine Learning + Deep Learning)
With Artificial Intelligence in hand, India has the resource to reach heights
IEEE member Sukanya Mandal discusses artificial intelligence and the impact it will have on lifestyles in the coming years.
 
27 August 2017
USA Today
AI (Machine Learning + Deep Learning)-
For travelers, chatbots and AI can’t quite take you there
IEEE member Kayne McGladrey comments on AI/digital assistants in travel.
 
25 August 2017
Business Insider
  A top engineer says robots are starting to enter pre-K and kindergarten alongside kids
IEEE Fellow Karen Panetta discusses the future of robots in early education.
 
14 August 2017
Data Center Knowledge
  Are Encrypted Lockboxes for Data Centers Worth the Usability Cost?
IEEE member Diogo Mónica shares insights on the benefits of using encrypted lockboxes in data centers.
 
8 August 2017
Forbes.com
  Israeli Start Up Raises $50 Million For Lidar Sensing Technology In Self Driving Cars
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin provided commentary on lidar technology for autonomous vehicles and their impact on emerging markets.
 
6 July 2017
Technative
  Are smart city prospects limited without open source collaboration?
IEEE member Rahul Tomar discusses how smart city developers using closed source software are effectively hindering smart city initiatives as the cities are likely to become vendor-locked.
 
29 June 2017
VentureBeat
AI (Machine Learning + Deep Learning)
How AI will make smartphones much smarter
IEEE Senior member Thomas Coughlin discusses the impacts of AI on smartphones, and on society.
 
28 June 2017
TechCrunch
  In the aftermath of Petya, congressman asks NSA to stop the attack if it knows how
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran comments on the differences between the Petya/NotPetya and WannaCry cyberattacks.
 
5 June 2017
EContent Magazine (online)
  Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Opens Up a World of Possibilities for Publishers
IEEE member Todd Richmond shares his thoughts on immersive tech on the future of content, media, and marketing.
 
2 June 2017
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
  Pittsburgh at center of race to create components for self-driving cars
IEEE member Alexander Wyglinski discusses the impact of the common camera on sensory technology in driverless vehicles.
 
31 May 2017
TechTarget
  Is a chief AI officer needed to drive an artificial intelligence strategy?
IEEE Senior member Karen Lawson shares her thoughts on how AI will drive company strategy.
 
29 May 2017
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
  Pittsburgh at center of race to create components for self-driving cars
IEEE member Alexander Wyglinski discusses the impact of the common camera on sensory technology in driverless vehicles.
 
15 May 2017
The Los Angeles Times
Cybersecurity
WannaCry cyberattack: When a hack shuts down a hospital, who's to blame?
IEEE member Diogo Mónica shares his thoughts on the multiregional cyberattack and why companies must move away from manual security processes.
 
8 May 2017
ZDNet
Robotics
When a robot runs the company
IEEE Senior member Kevin Curran shares his thoughts on how big advances in artificial intelligence can lead to the arrival of robotic CEOs.
 
4 May 2017
Gizmodo
Cyber Security
Everything You Need to Know About This Week’s Massive Phishing Worm
IEEE Senior member Sven Dietrich provides insight into the impact of a Google Docs phishing attack and advice on how to mitigate the damage.
 
3 May 2017
ZDNet
  How tech is transforming manufacturing
IEEE Senior member Tom Coughlin shares his thoughts on the industries that are seeing dramatic changes in processes because of the rapid technological developments that are underway.
 
2 May 2017
EE Times
  Engineering Ed Stuck in the Past
IEEE Senior member Qusi Alqarqaz addresses the importance of curriculum modifications and forum replacement in order to better prepare engineers for challenges of the future.
 
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.
 
2 April 2017
Healthline
IoT & Big Data
Will Technology Replace Good, Old-Fashioned Exercise?
IEEE Senior member Karen Lawson shares her thoughts on fitness tech trends, smart fabrics, and wearables.
 
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.
 
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.wjtv.com
 
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