In the August issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI will revolutionize forestry, no more zombie satellites, the false crisis in semiconductors, the inside story of the arpanet, why space radios need to be smart, and more.

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How AI will Revolutionize Forestry

In 2007, one of us (Parisa) found himself standing alone in the woods of Armenia and fighting off a rising feeling of dread. Armenia, a former Soviet-bloc country, is about the size of Maryland. Its forests provide residents with mushrooms and berries…

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No More Zombie Satellites!

Satellites nearing the end of their time in service may soon find themselves with a new lease on life. Earlier this year, a satellite on the verge of being decommissioned was put back into play thanks to Northrop Grumman's Mission Extension Vehicle-1…

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The False Crisis in Semiconductors

One of the most famous maxims in technology is, of course, Moore's Law. For more than 55 years, the “Law” has described and predicted the shrinkage of transistors, as denoted by a set of roughly biannual waypoints called technology nodes. Like some…

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The Inside Story of the Arpanet

Each March, July, and November, we are reminded that the Internet is not quite the mature, stable technology that it seems to be. We rely on the Internet as an essential tool for our economic, social, educational, and political lives. But when…

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Why Space Radios Need to be Smart

Space seems empty and therefore the perfect environment for radio communications. Don't let that fool you: There's still plenty that can disrupt radio communications. Earth's fluctuating ionosphere can impair a link between a satellite and a…

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