Innovation Spotlight
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Combining IoT and social networks, researchers have developed a social platform to help smart objects interact and form relationships with each other.

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Dental diseases affect more than half of the world's population. Using AI and IoT, researchers have developed a smart home-based dental solution that can diagnose problems earlier.

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During holiday shopping season, retailers must ensure they don’t just draw shoppers online, but convert them into buyers. Using predictive analytics, researchers believe they can identify the best customers seconds after shoppers get online, enabling improved targeting for promotions.

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Human-robot collaboration will soon be a part of our daily lives. As industries face increased demands, reserachers have created a method to give robots more autonomy with augmented reality.

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With internet traffic on the rise, researchers have found a way to meet future data demands by setting a world record for SMF data transmission.

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Autonomous vehicles have gone from hype to reality in recent years, and companies of all sizes are now looking to hop on the driverless bandwagon.

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e-textile wearables
E-textiles could be the next frontier of wearables, bringing more functionality to what we wear.

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Mars missions 2020 mars rover
Three Mars missions are searching for signs of water and life on the Red Planet. As countries aim to send the first humans there, what advances will help make this goal a reality?

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3d printing
3D printers can print objects large and small, using a variety of materials. To learn more about advances in 3D printing, we talked to IEEE member Mary Baker, PhD, software designer at HP.

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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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