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Engineering has played a huge role in how technology has advanced -- what would you say has been the biggest technological advancement or achievement in your lifetime, and why? Hear from IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology recipient, Charles A. Mistretta.
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Check out these 4 IoT devices that are shaping the future of our kitchens: http://bit.ly/28ZtlWQ
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Today in 1912, mathematician and scientist, Alan Turing, was born. He was highly influential in the development of theoretical computer science, providing a formalization of the concepts of algorithm and computation with the Turing machine, which can be considered a model for the general purpose computer. Turing is widely considered to be the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. Happy 104th birthday, Alan Turing!
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Kodak revolutionized the world by inventing the first digital camera in 1975. The prototype was the size of a toaster and captured black-and-white images at a resolution of 10,000 pixels (.01 megapixels).
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Can a multi-sensor hybrid approach address many of the vulnerabilities of Global Navigation Satellite Systems? Can it provide a platform on which we can build future positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) capability? These authors make a strong argument in favor of a hybrid approach via: http://bit.ly/28LnwfZ Shared via Proceedings of the IEEE
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E3 2016 last week showed the world that the future of gaming is now. Among many huge announcements this year, Microsoft unveiled Xbox One’s successor, “Project Scorpio,” which will be released in 2017. Scorpio boasts a 6 teraflops GPU (yes, teraflops) capable of rendering games at 60Hz with fully uncompressed pixels, meaning you’ll be getting a true 4K gaming experience. The Xbox One, released in 2013, had 12 compute units with a total of 768 cores running at 853 MHz, providing an estimated peak theoretical power of a 1.31 teraflops. This means Scorpio will be capable of over four and a half more teraflops.
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This week we’re recognizing inventor Reginald Fessenden. He introduced a number of important technical innovations and was awarded the Medal of Honor from the Institute of Radio Engineers in 1921. His Christmas Eve Broadcast has been dedicated as an IEEE Milestone in Electrical Engineering and Computing. In 1902, Fessenden persuaded two Pittsburgh financiers to invest in a new firm known as the National Electric Signaling Company (NESCO) to develop wireless communication commercially. This included the development of both a high-power rotary-spark transmitter for long distance radiotelegraph service, and a lower-powered continuous-wave alternator-transmitter, which could be used for both telegraphic and audio transmissions.
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You may not think too much about the USB flash drive that you get for free at events these days, but they’ve come a long way in 16 years. When the first commercial USB flash drive went on sale in 2000, it had a storage capacity of 8 MB, which was more than five times the capacity of the then-common floppy disks. Thankfully, USB flash drives have improved dramatically and now have a storage capacity of up to 2 TB. That means your 2 TB USB could store the information of 262,144 8 MB flash drives.
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262,144 x 8MB drives, aka 256k x 8MB drives 😏
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The Future Leaders Forum will help you develop the skills and confidence to achieve, whether as a great company leader, successful manager, or the most effective team member. Learn how to assess your leadership style, identify and manage career risk, communicate your worth and realize your full potential. http://futureleaders.ieeeusa.org +IEEEUSA 
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Tom Coughlin, Chair of the IEEE Public Visibility Committee and IEEE Senior Member, attended CES Asia last month to scope out global trends in engineering and technology. IEEE asked Coughlin to reflect on his conference experiences, offering insight into new and emerging technology and trends: http://bit.ly/1TyffyM
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Do you think drones need more regulation? Why or why not? http://bit.ly/1ZWZe43
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Для гражданских беспилотников нужно просто распространить стандарты регулирования пилотируемой авиации.
Но для боевых беспилотников, для которых уже имеются источники энергии для неограниченного полётного ресурса (информация закрыта) устанавливать запреты и стандарты, -занятие бесполезное. Международные обязательства перестали выполнять. Дальше будет ещё хуже. Катастрофические антропогенные изменения климата уже приводят к бегству с территорий постепенно приобретающих статус непригодных для жизни. Ещё десятилетие и начнутся войны за территории последнего пристанища этой гибнущей из-за нецивилизованности "цивилизации". Прискорбно, что самыми безответственными и нецивилизованными оказались "развитые страны"...Общепринятые технологии на которые выделено $13 триллионов не способны остановить процесс глобального потепления. А технологии, способные за два десятилетия освободить мировую энергетику от использования ископаемых топлив уже четверть столетия держатся в секрете из-за опасности исключительно военного применения в первую очередь "развитыми странами" с дикарскими иллюзиями "лидерства"...
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Don't miss a second of the IEEE Honors Ceremony tonight by tuning into the livestream at 7:00 PM ET. bit.ly/1RTlzte
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