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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on the First Miner's on mar and they're not human. Read more on how this can be possible with the use of autonomous robots in the year 2038.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on the First Miner's on mar and they're not human. Read more on how this can be possible with the use of autonomous robots in the year 2038.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on communicative cars making traffic lights a thing of the past with Virtual Traffic Lights reducing the average commute by thirty-percent. Read more on how this can be possible with V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) technology.

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on the future of data storage. Read about if magnetic tape can potentially help solve our storage limitations.  News and Resources HBO’s Data Compression Stars Training Tomorrow’s Doctor Engineers Zero Emission Delivery Trucks AI-Human Partnerships Tackle “Fake News” Wearable Sensors Detect ...

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on the future of the Nixie tube. Read about the next big battery and in-wheel motors in future cars. News and Resources What’s the Best City for Sofware Engineers? Boeing and SpaceX Test the Next  U.S. Ride to Space Making ...

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In the newest issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine on the future of the Nixie tube. Read about the next big battery and in-wheel motors in future cars. News and Resources Addicted to your Smart Phone New Battery Tech Launches in Drones 3 Sensors to Track Every Bite and Gulp...

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This IEEE Spectrum special report on the Top 10 Tech Cars in 2018 honors vehicles from the McLaren 720S to the Honda Civic Type R. Also, learn more about the disconnect between today’s automotive innovations and the future of EV. Learn More. ...

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Issue highlight: IEEE Spectrum, "How to Catch Brain Waves in a Net"

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This issue explores how lasers will trigger the next great revolution in motion pictures. 

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