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This origami robot was the first to demonstrate a full lifecycle, from self-folding, walking, swimming, and degrading, all on its own. http://bit.ly/1AIJPNn
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About 100 years ago, during the Ford Model T's heyday, cars required a manually-powered crank to start the engine. Nowadays, thanks to modern batteries, turning cars on can be as easy as the push of a button. 

What other technology can you think of that has advanced at this rate?
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Yeah, I have to say this is just a pretty dumb post...LOL!
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This week, we’re recognizing boundary-breaking electrical engineer Edith Clarke. Ms. Clarke was the first woman professionally employed as an electrical engineer in the U.S., the first to present a paper before the IEEE and later became the first female IEEE Fellow. She is most known for her work on power transmissions, and subsequently finding simple ways to explain her solutions to the engineering community.
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Watching videos at home has fast-forwarded in the last 100 years! YouTube announced that they will be increasing live stream video speeds to 60 frames per second to give viewers a more authentic feel. When silent home movies were the industry standard, they ran at only 16 frames per second.

What technology do you think played the biggest part in speeding things up?
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Engineers at UC-Berkeley used machine-learning to teach a robot how to interact with objects at the same dexterity and speed that humans do. http://nyti.ms/1Ev3L0R
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People prefer communicating with robots that imitate them, according to new research from IEEE Xplore. http://bit.ly/1HWU2Fz via IEEE The Institute
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Biodegradable tech is almost here! Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison developed this semiconductor chip made almost entirely of wood. http://bit.ly/1RuEwFb
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If a device that uses these chips begins to overheat, will they/it combust?
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See what IEEE Senior Member Tom Coughlin had to say about tech trends in this conversation with Tencent at CES Asia this week.
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John Tudor believes all technology eventually becomes autonomous. Do you agree?
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Researchers at Drexel University found a way to embed activated carbon particles into yarn & form a knitted textile that stores energy. They worked with the US Navy to create this fabric, which can power sensors and electronics integrated into smart clothing. http://bit.ly/1FDaVEq
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Join IEEE experts like Tom Coughlin, seen here, at our CES Asia sessions. http://bit.ly/1eq9ro5
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