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IEEE Spectrum - November 2021
In the November issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about the new supersonic boom, vertical-takeoff air taxis, detecting wildfires with zero power, the real story of Pixar, and more.

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In the October issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about AI, what's next for deep learning, inside DeepMind's robot lab, the 7 biggest weaknesses of neural nets, and more.

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In the September issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the last rotor machine, powering the EV revolution, deep learning spotting art fakes, Russia's army of robotic harvesters, and more.

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In the August issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the brain of a tiny hunter, how the chip shortage will end, the pandemic's winners and losers, an antenna for the far reaches, and more.

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In the July issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about the 2.6 trillion transistor chip, the optimist and the optophone, the precision of the Sapphire Clock, and more.

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In the June issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read how Inovio's Kate Broderick is helping to reinvent the vaccine, foiling counterfeiters with nanotech, Kenya's low-key farming boom, and more.

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In the May issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about artificial emotional intelligence, putting a radio on Venus, the power struggle in wireless, the 2021 IEEE Medal of Honor, and more.

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In the April issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about the ultimate incubator, the toughest transistor ever, the top 10 tech cars, and more.

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In the March issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, learn about finding another earth, when chaos is a good thing, radio's next revolution, instacart, powering cargo ships with ammonia, and more.

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In the February issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI and neural implants are delivering an artificial nervous system, going from go to protein folding, air safety and GPS jamming, the cosmos, why AI might be biased, and more.

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