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What the Right To Repair Movement Gets Wrong

Repair should be an option not a mandate.

Publish date: 04/01/2020

Kurt Petersen, 2019 IEEE Medal of Honor Recipient, Is Mr. MEMS

An ink stain on the floor led to a lifetime of building micro devices and sensors and macro companies.

Publish date: 03/25/2020

Scientists Can Work From Home When the Lab Is in the Cloud

Strateos is building a cloud of robotic laboratories for chemists and biologists developing new drugs.

Publish date: 03/24/2020

Programming Without Code: The Rise of No-Code Software Development

Microsoft’s Power Apps, Oracle’s Visual Builder, and other tools let you create software without needing to code.

Publish date: 03/19/2020

U.S. Women in Tech Are Paid Less Than Men—Except in Minnesota

The gender pay gap persists across most of tech, but may have closed in cloud engineering, systems architecture, and network engineering.

Publish date: 03/17/2020

IEEE Leads Effort to Improve Protection of Your Employee Data

The problem: Consumer data protection laws don’t cover employee records.

Publish date: 03/17/2020

Coronavirus Is Triggering Fear of Going to Work

A survey by Blind shows fear of the workplace is steadily going up and productivity down, thanks to coronavirus.

Publish date: 03/10/2020

DotData's AI Builds Machine Learning Models All by Itself

Startup aims to “eliminate the skill barrier” by using AI to automate much of data science.

Publish date: 03/10/2020

Mark Humayun Builds Bionic Eyes

IEEE Fellow receives award for the implantable Argus II.

Publish date: 03/10/2020

Survey Says: Tech Jobs Are the Best Jobs

In 2020 Indeed study, tech jobs knock most of the rest out of the top 10.

Publish date: 03/03/2020