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How IEEE Uses STEM Electronic Mentoring to Inspire the Next Generation of Engineers

Q&A with IEEE Executive Director Stephen Welby about the TryEngineering Together program.

Publish date: 11/14/2019

 
The Blockchain Job Boom Continues

For job seekers with cryptocurrency expertise, the best time to change jobs might be when Bitcoin takes a dive.

Publish date: 11/12/2019

 
Trump CTO Addresses AI, Facial Recognition, Immigration, Tech Infrastructure, and More

Michael Kratsios, the fourth U.S. Chief Technology Officer, explains administration policies at the Fall Conference of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.

Publish date: 11/12/2019

 
Is it Time for Tech to Stop Moving Fast and Breaking Things?

Leaders in Silicon Valley—both the real one and the fictional one on HBO—started this week by debating the responsibilities of tech companies.

Publish date: 11/11/2019

 
5 Things That Can Sabotage a Startup and How to Avoid Them

In this column IEEE Fellow Chenyang Xu shares five common pitfalls he’s seen that can sink a startup and suggests how to avoid them. Xu is a founding partner at the Silicon Valley Future Academy of Palo Alto, Calif., and a partner at the Corporate Innovators Huddle of Menlo Park, Calif.

Publish date: 11/05/2019

 
Why Does Israel Have So Many Startups?

Tel Aviv contains more startups per capita than any city in the world other than Silicon Valley, according to the 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem Report published by Startup Genome and the Global Entrepreneurship Network.

Publish date: 11/05/2019

 
At Domino’s Biggest Franchisee, a Chatbot Named “Dottie” Speeds Up Hiring

At RPM Pizza, a chatbot nicknamed “Dottie” has made hiring almost as fast as delivering pizzas.

Publish date: 11/05/2019

 
Are Engineers Who Specialize More Successful?

“Real” engineers can do anything, but maybe that’s not the right goal.

Publish date: 10/30/2019

 
Future Video Games Could React to Players’ Emotions

Gaming pioneer Michael Zyda talks about immersive experiences, training developers, and the impact of e-sports.

Publish date: 10/30/2019

 
MIT Media Lab Scientist Used Syrian Refugees to Tout Food Computers That Didn't Work

Media Lab’s Caleb Harper claimed success for a deployment of food computers to a refugee camp in Jordan, but an investigation by IEEE Spectrum reveals that it never happened.

Publish date: 10/28/2019