In the latest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI will revolutionize wireless, electrifying the Navajo nation, the brain in the machine, and more!

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How AI Will Revolutionize Wireless

In the early 2000s, Bluetooth almost met an untimely end. The first Bluetooth devices struggled to avoid interfering with Wi-Fi routers, a higher-powered, more-established cohort on the radio spectrum, with which Bluetooth devices shared frequencies…

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Electrifying the Navajo Nation

David Hefner and his crew rumbled toward Arizona in bucket trucks, digger derricks, and vehicles full of materials. The Oklahoma linemen typically drive their fleet to storm-ravaged communities after hurricanes and tornadoes disrupt…

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Our Robots Ourselves

A sudden, tragic wake-up call: That's how many roboticists view the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, caused by the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011…

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Pinpointing Radio's Ghostly Artifacts

When I was a boy, I secretly hoped I would discover latent within me some amazing superpower—say, X-ray vision or the ability to read people's minds. Lots of kids have such dreams. But even my fertile young brain couldn't imagine that one day I would…

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Olivetti: Forgotten Computer Pioneer

“I have made my decision: We are going to scrap the first version of our computer, and we will start again from scratch.” It's the autumn of 1957, and Mario Tchou, a brilliant young Chinese-Italian electrical engineer, is speaking to his team…

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