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Talking Dog Can Save Lives: IEEE @ SXSW 2017 See how wearable technology takes canine assistance to new heights. AI and machine learning enable communication between people, dogs and dolphins! But in this one you get to meet a furry friend named Laser, as part of the IEEE Tech for Humanity Series. Featured in this […]

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Pitch Competition at the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference Who went home with the big (literally) check at last year’s IEEE WIE ILC? Who will go home with it this year? In this video, we get an overview of the ILC’s Pitch Competition. REGISTRATION FOR THIS YEAR’S COMPETITION CLOSES SOON! To learn more […]

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Coming Soon: Brain Fuel 2017 Join us for a free live-stream of the latest installment in the IEEE Brain Fuel series. This live-streamed session will focus on young professionals and the issues, opportunities, and challenges they face as they embark on their technology careers. February 10th, at 5:30 p.m. CT. SIGN UP FOR A REMINDER: If […]

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Become a technical expert for the IEEE Public Visibility Program As a technical expert for the IEEE Public Visibility Program, by sharing their expertise with journalists and the media, members can help IEEE raise awareness for engineering and build greater public understanding of how technologies on the horizon will benefit our lives.  Learn more about […]

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Introduction to Blockchain (webinar) Through this webinar you will learn where blockchain technology sits in the technical landscape; the main elements of blockchain’s primary application, Bitcoin; and the blockchain lexicon.   Blockchain provides confidence that two ledgers, or sets of data, are identical, without third party validation. From that simple beginning, blockchains are changing the […]

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Public vs. Private Approach to Standards: Exploring Open Standards, Part 4 From a 6-part video series that explores key themes from the book Open Standards & the Digital Age by Andrew L. Russell, this video focuses on the growth of the private sector over the years and its ability to collaborate on and create standards. Emphasis is also […]

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The Sorites Paradox: Introduction to Fuzzy Logic This IEEE Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) teaching video introduces Sorite’s Paradox, a paradox involving a heap of sand (or some variation) and the question, “When is a heap of sand is considered a heap vs. a non-heap?” The answer in response to this question is fuzzy logic. Fuzzy logic […]

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IEEEXtreme 24-Hour Programming Competition – Sign up now for IEEEXtreme 10.0 Think you can code??? Prove it, at the IEEEXtreme programming competition! Sign up now! Registration will be open through 14 October 2016. The competition will begin on 22 October 2016 at 00:00:00 UTC — save the date! IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams […]

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Mathematical Evolution of Human Behaviors – Osama Salah Eldin Human behavior modeling has been the focus of many researchers over the last several years. It is spreading enormously over a wide variety of applications such as video games, social studies, marketing, and more. Different techniques have been used to dress intelligent agents in a human‐like […]

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Awareness and Prevention of Electrical Accidents (in Telugu with English subtitles) Anecdotal data shows that, in India alone, approximately twenty people daily are being electrocuted from overhead power line facilities.   Unfortunately, official data of the actual number is not readily available, so that number may be even greater due to lack of reporting and recording. […]