Innovation Spotlight
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Large-scale 3D printer for construction
A new large-scale 3D printer could help speed use of 3D printing on construction sites, allowing builders to create custom concrete shapes with less waste and greater efficiency.

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Edge intelligence smoke detection system
Smoke and fire detection systems have trouble seeing smoke in fog or snow, but this new system uses edge intelligence for more accurate fire detection.

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Eyeblink detection biometrics
The way someone blinks their eyes can be a sign of a disease, fatigue or even deception. Researchers have discovered a new way of measuring eyeblinks.

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3d printing for construction
A new 3D printing method could revolutionize the way additive manufacturing is used to print materials on construction sites.

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Machine learning security
As machine learning security emerges, IEEE spoke with Gary McGraw, the “father of software security,” about the opportunities as the field expands.

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covid19 infectious disease
A handheld lab-on-a-chip device can diagnose an infectious disease quickly, with results posted to cloud for real-time pandemic monitoring.

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Top mobile trends
To keep you updated on the latest mobile advances, we’ve compiled some of the cutting-edge research published in IEEE Xplore.

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Online dating app machine learning dating fraud
Online dating fraud can cause both psychological and financial harm. Using machine learning, researchers are detecting fake profiles automatically.

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Researchers have created a lifelike robotic dolphin that glides through water to reduce its energy use and increase endurance.

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Cardiac tissue chips speed heart disease research and clinical trials
A new cardiac tissue chip created with engineered heart tissue could help speed medical research by identifying harmful drugs before they reach human trials.

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