In the February issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about the hidden beauty of the simplest devices, brain waves turned to words, a brief history of the thumb drive, and more.
Inner Electronics: The Hidden Beauty of the Simplest Devices
|“Everything about electronic components is deliberately designed to meet specific technical needs, but that design leads to ‘accidental beauty: the emergent aesthetics of things you were never expected to see'…”|
Turning Brain Waves Into Words
|“This implant turns brain waves into words: A brain-computer interface deciphers commands intended for the vocal tract…”|
A Brief History of the Thumb Drive
|“Thumb drives changed the way computer files are stored and transferred. Today it is familiar worldwide. So, who really invented the thumb drive? The ubiquitous USB gadget is the brainchild of an unsung Singapore inventor, Henn Tan…”|
Investigating the Capitol Riot
|“The Panopticon v. the Capitol Rioters: Forensic technology is enormously powerful, but is it worth the privacy trade-offs?…”|
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