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An Engineer Explains How to Forge a Career Designing for Disabilities


Blessin Varkey develops tech to help Indian students with cognitive disabilities.

Publish date: 06/30/2020

 
How Roboticists (and Robots) Have Been Working from Home

IEEE Spectrum readers share how they’ve been staying productive without access to their labs.

Publish date: 06/24/2020

 
The Great Ventilator Rush

Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, engineers launched extraordinary crash programs that produced scores of ventilator designs. What will happen to them now?

Publish date: 06/24/2020

 
Quickly Embed AI Into Your Projects With Nvidia’s Jetson Nano

Nvidia’s new $100 dev board makes it easy to explore machine learning
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Publish date: 06/24/2020

 
Entrepreneurial Precognition

Some startup mavens saw the pandemic coming
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Publish date: 06/24/2020

 
Black Tech Professionals Face Ongoing Salary Gap

Hispanic tech workers also find salaries lag behind white and Asian colleagues, though that gap narrows.

Publish date: 06/17/2020

 
IEEE Smart Village System Delivers Solar Power to Nigerian COVID-19 Isolation Center

The unit, donated by SunBlazer manufacturer Shaybis Nigeria, was designed by IEEE volunteers.

Publish date: 06/17/2020

 
The Dawn of 2020 Was a Boom Time for Tech Salaries

Salaries were up across the board, Hired analysis shows. Looking forward, most expect salaries will hold steady or increase as the pandemic hangs on.

Publish date: 06/17/2020

 
Q&A: The Pioneers of Web Cryptography on the Future of Authentication

Martin Hellman, Taher Elgamal, and Tom Jermoluk were instrumental in shaping how the Internet works. Now they're looking at what’s next for web security.

Publish date: 06/10/2020

 
The University of Rhode Island’s IEEE Student Branch Offers Remote Tutoring to EE Students to Supplement Their Online Courses

The student members are answering questions and giving their classmates a way to socialize.

Publish date: 06/10/2020