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Are Your Students Bored? This AI Could Tell You

A new software program attempts to recognize students’ emotions to aid teachers, but faces aren’t so easy to read.

Publish date: 01/21/2020

CES 2020: The Best—and Wildest—Gadgets

An electric hydrofoiling bicycle, consumer lidar, and an air conditioner that uses water instead of coolant caught my attention at CES 2020.

Publish date: 01/15/2020

CES 2020 Trends: Get Ready for Holographs, Augmented Reality, and Smart Bathrooms

CES 2020: Here are a few trends to watch.

Publish date: 01/15/2020

Meet the IEEE Fellows Class of 2020

More than 280 senior members have earned the distinction.

Publish date: 01/15/2020

CES 2020 News: Delta Airlines Dips Into Parallel Realities at Detroit Metro Airport

It seems like magic, but hundreds of people in airports will soon be able to look at the same screen and see completely different things.

Publish date: 01/15/2020

Back To The Elusive Future

We looked back for inspiration on looking forward.

Publish date: 01/08/2020

The Crazy Story of How Soviet Russia Bugged an American Embassy’s Typewriters

The NSA engineer who discovered the Cold War scheme came away with admiration for his adversary’s ingenuity.

Publish date: 01/08/2020

Startup Lowers the Cost of Cloud Services by Harnessing Idle Computers

Nakamoto & Turing Lab’s Pekka computer-sharing platform connects customers with rented machines.

Publish date: 01/08/2020

Martin Murillo Brings Bolivian Villages the Internet

He leads an IEEE project that links remote health centers.

Publish date: 01/06/2020

Machine Learning Engineers Win Silicon Valley’s Salary Race, But Top Salaries Drop Since Last Year

A review of Silicon Valley’s tech jobs for 2019 shows it isn’t just companies headquartered here competing for engineers.

Publish date: 12/30/2019