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Fixing the Future from IEEE Spectrum magazine is a biweekly look at the cultural, business, and environmental consequences of technological solutions to hard problems like sustainability, climate change, and the ethics and scientific challenges posed by AI. IEEE Spectrum is the flagship magazine of IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences.
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What kind of things do the people building the future of robots talk about when they're alone? IEEE Spectrum editor Evan Ackerman knows the robotics beat like no other journalist today: In Chatbot, he pairs up some of the world's best experts to ask each other the kind of questions no one else can.
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CROSSTALK, The EMC Society Podcast: Hear Us Above the Noise. The IEEE EMC Society Podcast discussing interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), signal integrity (SI), and power integrity (PI) for our technical community. The IEEE EMC Society is the world's largest organization dedicated to the development and distribution of information, tools and techniques for reducing electromagnetic interference. The society's fields of interest includes standards, measurement techniques, ...
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this special issue we lean about the Global EMC University during the upcoming IEEE International 2024 IEEE EMC+SIPI symposium, held Augusat 5-9. For that we invi…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Jan Hansen, Assistant Professor at TU Graz about Machine Learning and EMC. Listen to that insight talk.…
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The United Kingdom has created a new government agency, the Advanced Research and Invention Agency, or ARIA, similar to the United States' DARPA. ARIA's first foray is into creating new enabling technologies to make AI faster and more energy efficient, and the program director, Suraj Bramhavar spoke with Spectrum editor Dina Genkina about some of t…
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Zipline originally established itself delivering medical supplies in rural Africa. Now, Zipline cofounder and CTO Keenan Wyrobek talks with senior editor Stephen Cass about recent milestones in bringing commercial drone delivery to the United States, including the development of Platform 2 and its tethered mini-droid that makes precision drop-offs …
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this special issue we introduce the brandnew Global SIPI University during the upcoming IEEE International 2024 IEEE EMC+SIPI symposium, held Augusat 5-9. For tha…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this special issue we talk with Vignesh Rajamani, General Symposium Chair of the 2024 IEEE International Symposium in Electromagnetic Compatibility and Signal & P…
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IEEE Spectrum's semiconductor expert, Samuel K. Moore, talks with Stephen Cass about his visit to one of the key conferences in emerging integrated circuit technology, ISSCC. We talk about Meta's new 3D chip-stacking tech for faster AR, faster AI through in-memory computation, and security technology that can cause a chip to self-destruct if anyone…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Patrick DeRoy, IEEE EMC Society Young Professional Representative. This is a call for YP ambassador nominations! Learn more: https://www.e…
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In this March roundup, IEEE Spectrum's editor-in-chief Harry Goldstein and senior editor Stephen Cass talk about some of the highlights of Spectrum's recent coverage, including a plea for programmers to stop producing bloated programs, a new transistor that could help make how we handle electrical power smarter, and the potential return of optical …
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The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) recently released the open-source ARES_OS, a key software component of their Autonomous Research System. ARES_OS allows relatively simple robots to perform experiments, and develop new experiments based on the results. The AFRL's Benji Maruyama talks with IEEE Spectrum associate editor Dina Genkina about how…
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The semiconductor industry is in the midst of a major expansion driven by the seemingly insatiable demands of AI, the addition of more intelligence in transportation, and national security concerns, among many other things. What this expansion might mean for chip-making's carbon footprint? Can we make everything in our world smarter without worseni…
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We've all seen impressive demos of prototype brain implants being used by paralyzed patients to interface with computers, but none of those implants have entered general clinical use. Biomedical device company Synchron is close to actually coming to market with its stentrode technology, promising less spectacular results than some of its competitor…
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The EU Sustronics program aims to make creating, maintaining, and recycling electronics more sustainable. Liisa Hakola is a senior scientist and project manager at the VTT Technical Research Center in Finland. She talks with IEEE Spectrum senior editor Stephen Cass about VTT's role in the EU's program, helping manufacturers to develop flexible, pri…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. This issue features Vignesh Rajamani, current EMC-S president and John LaSalle, president elect, whose term will begin shortly in January 2024. Vignesh is takes stoc…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Karen Burnham, Vice President of Standards for the EMC Society. The EMC Society is starting an effort to renew two widely used standards, …
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Security researchers Bruce Schneier and Barath Raghavan believe it's time to stop trusting our data to the cloud, where it can be exposed by greed, accident, or crime. In the December issue of IEEE Spectrum, they proposed a plan for "data decoupling" that would protect our data without sacrificing ease of use, and in this episode Raghavan talks thr…
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Co-CEO's of Silmach, Pierre-Francois Louvigne and Jean-Baptiste Carnet, talk about their new MEMS technology with IEEE Spectrum editor Glenn Zorpette. The tech has been used to create the first major upgrade to the movement of quartz watches in decades, a power efficient motor that is 50 percent smaller, allows fluid forward-and-back motion of the …
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Mathias Magdowski,” who is Researcher, Lecturer and Motivator at Otto-von Guerike University Magdeburg, Germany. Mathias will talk about U…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Prof. Toyota, general chair of the 2024 APEMC held in Japan. He will share the papersubmission deadline and invite you to beautiful Okinaw…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Prof. Toyota, general chair of the 2024 APEMC held in Japan. He will share the papersubmission deadline and invite you to beautiful Okinaw…
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Justine Bateman is an author and filmmaker. She also holds a degree in computer science from UCLA and is the AI advisor to SAG-AFTRA, the actors' union currently striking against movie and television studios. In this episode, Bateman talks with IEEE Spectrum senior editor Stephen Cass about actors' demands for control and compensation over digital …
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Wendy H. Wong is a professor of political science at the University of British Columbia, and author of the just released book, We, The Data: Human Rights in the Digital Age. An excerpt from the book regarding the emerging prospect of digitally reanimating the departed is available on IEEE Spectrum's website. In this episode of Fixing The Future, Wo…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Mark Mifsud, Boeing, Associate Technical Fellow. Resulting in his long experiences in EMC testing, he shares insights about the good, the …
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IEEE Spectrum's resident semiconductor expert Samuel K. Moore talks with host Stephen Cass about ASML's enormous machine that's at the heart of chip manufacturing and explain the latest tricks with extreme ultraviolet that will keep Moore's Law going. In addition, new technologies from Edwards and Nvidia should make manufacturing chips greener and …
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Reducing our global carbon footprint by switching to electric vehicles means we need a lot more batteries. And that means we need a lot more copper, nickel, cobalt, and lithium to make those batteries. Josh Goldman of KoBold Metals talks to senior editor Eliza Strickland about using AI to decipher geological formations and find new deposits of thes…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Jim Drewniak, Professoir Emeritus from MST, Missouri S&T EMC Laboratory. He is one of the initiators of the new IEEE Transactions on SIPI.…
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Around the world, legislators are grappling with generative AI's potential for both innovation and destruction. Russell Wald is the Director of Policy for Stanford's Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. In this episode, he talks with IEEE Spectrum senior editor Eliza Strickland about creating humane regulations that are able to cop…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Mariya Antyufeyeva, Senior Scientific Researcher, Associate Professor of the Department of Theoretical Radio Physics, V. N. Karazin Kharki…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with Tara Kellogg, Global Director of Business Development with ETS-Lindgren and organizer of the Women In Engineering Events North America. Sh…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. This special issue we talk with Mark Steffka, General Chair, 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI) …
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Scott Shapiro is the author of Fancy Bear Goes Phishing: The Dark History of the Information Age in Five Extraordinary Hacks. You can read an excerpt of Fancy Bear at IEEE Spectrum, but in today's episode of Fixing the Future, Shapiro talks with Spectrum editor David Schneider about why cybersecurity can't be fixed with purely technical solutions, …
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. This special issue we talk with Karen Burnham, VP Standards from the EMC-S and chair of the Standards week during the 2023 IEEE EMC+SIPI. She informs us about all st…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. This special issue we talk with Patrick DeRoy and Pavi Radhakrishnan about the Young Professionals EMC Events during 2023 IEEE International Symposium on EMC+SIPI . …
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue we talk with John Golding. He is sharing what to expect from the SIPI Shourt Course during the 2023 IEEE International Symposium on EMC and SIPI. For f…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. This issue is a translated version of Episode #8. We talk with Vignesh Rajamani, EMC Society President, sharing his vision for the IEEE EMC Society during his presid…
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As large language models like GPT4 and Bard continue to take the world by storm, one of their most high-profile applications is their most unexpected: writing code. AI programming systems like Github Copilot are primarily used by software developers as a writing partner, but no-code programming tools can also help non-programmers find new ways to u…
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Evan Ackerman pairs Mike Dooley, CEO and co-founder of Labrador Systems, with Chris Jones, CTO of iRobot. With the Roomba, iRobot created the first commercially successful domestic robot, and Labrador Systems is developing the Retriever, a semi-autonomous mobile table intended to help people live more independently. They quiz each about the challen…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue EMC-S president Vignesh Rajamani is flipping table with podcast interviewer Susanne Vogel. We will speak about how the podcast evolved, about future to…
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Sally Adee's new book, We Are Electric: The New Science of Our Body’s Electrome, exams the centuries-long quest to understand how the body uses electricity. Beyond just how neurons send electrical signals, new research is showing how ancient biological mechanisms use electricity to heal our bodies and dictate how cells behave. Adee, a former editor…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this special issue we speak with Arturo Mediano, Committee Member for Global University, 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signa…
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A new podcast from IEEE Spectrum, where award-winning robotics reporter and editor Evan Ackerman pairs up leading experts to pose the kind of questions no-one can ask. In this first episode, the choreographer of Boston Dynamics' hit dancing robot videos, Monica Thomas, engages with Amy LaViers, director of the Robotics, Automation, and Dance Lab, a…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this special issue we speak with Mark Steffka, General Chair, 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC+SI…
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Welcome to the CROSSTALK - the IEEE EMC Society Podcast. Hear us above the Noise! The Podcast to discuss interesting topics on electromagnetic compatibility to our technical community. In this issue, we talk with Vignesh Rajamani, EMC Society Presdident, who will share the latest news about the EMC-S. To learn more, please follow the links: IEEE EM…
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