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Medical technology, or mtech, innovations are changing how we look at health. From keeping track of your steps, to counting your carbs, learn about three top mtech innovations: http://bit.ly/1LRTUvJ
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You may have heard the word “gamification” being thrown around lately in medicine, education and similar fields, but what about gamification in the workplace? Here’s a list of key considerations worth exploring if you’re looking to bring gaming to the workplace: http://bit.ly/1JHhnZH
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Gamification of business ownership would be much, much more important. Governments should gamify the markets for environmental and social sustainability.
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Hoverboards, driverless cars and other technological advancements are being invented and spread around the internet almost daily. One of the newest and less publicized inventions is "Mind Sense" by Jaguar, which will monitor the brainwaves of the driver and make sure they are concentrated on the road. http://bit.ly/1N1kp29
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Robots are shrinking in size every day and may be increasing life expectancy by 2030. http://bit.ly/1i8n8K1
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This week we're recognizing IEEE Fellow and American telecommunications engineer, Gerard J. Foschini. Foschini is best known for his invention of Bell Laboratories Layered Space Time (BLAST) - a scheme for use in wireless communications that utilizes multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver end. This technology has helped influence some of the wireless standards we know today such as Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11) and 4G.
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How do you think policy will change as driverless cars become more mainstream? Discuss this and more with leaders in the driverless car industry, like Assistant Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina Bryant Walker Smith, tomorrow at 1pm ET. For more on the conversation, click here: http://bit.ly/IEEECarChat.
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The age of wearable tech is here and it’s racing forward. IEEE Transmitter explores how fitness trackers are taking over wrists around the world and helping people lead healthier lives: http://bit.ly/1NHnCTA
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Researchers are using convolutional neural networks to analyze famous paintings (like Van Gogh's "Starry Night") and are able to figure out—with 70% accuracy—which artist they belong to. It may help experts uncover forged art: http://bit.ly/1PUkses via IEEE The Institute
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Driverless cars won’t just save the Earth, they’ll earn back your wasted time. U.S. drivers currently waste 4.8 billion hours a year stuck in traffic. Driverless cars could reduce this by 80%, giving American drivers 160 million days back.
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two questions:

1) will drivers lose their jobs?

2) even if drivers are not ready to sit in the car, who will sit in the car as a passenger? :P
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Our driverless cars expert roundtable is now LIVE! Join this conversation with industry leaders via the livestream (http://bit.ly/IEEECarChat), and participate by asking your questions in the comments here or using #IEEECarChat on Twitter.
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What are the legalities of insurance?

If we can't have driverless trains, is there hope for driverless trucks and buses?

Who is required to be in the car?
Can I put a 10 year old in it alone and have it take him to grandmas house? What about without a person inside, just for package delivery?

I look forward to having a car drop me at my destination, and then go look for a park, hell even go home and wait in my garage, charging.
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From Bertie the Brain to Pong and Space Invaders, the video game industry continues to expand, but everyone still loves the classics. Take a trip down memory lane to explore how far video games have come and how you can still play your favorites. http://bit.ly/1LCYBcw
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Here’s a humorous take on how engineers see things differently.
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+Ralph H.
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