The ever-increasing demands for mobile broadband and expansion to vertical industries (automotive, satellite, internet of things) continue driving the development of wireless technology. The next major step in the evolution of 5G towards the sixth generation (6G) mobile networks is called 5G-Advanced.
The world’s demand for lithium extraction has grown in recent years—driven by lithium use in new consumer electronic battery technologies and electric cars.
Since the early decades of artificial intelligence (AI), humanoid robots have been a staple of sci-fi books, movies, and cartoons. After decades of research and development in AI, we are still a long way from having humanoid robots as part of daily life.
AI and ML in voice-driven technologies have transformed the way societies around the world learn, work and function, but privacy issues remain and a new system could enhance data protection in speech publishing while preserving the analytical utility of the data.
A new federated learning framework could help create a more personalized healthcare experience for wearable devices that doesn’t risk compromising users’ privacy and security.
Without archaeological investigations, many of the historical sites we know today would remain a mystery. Using VR and AI, researchers have developed a system to revolutionize how archaeologists discover ancient civilizations
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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