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Top Tech 2022
At the start of each year, IEEE Spectrum attempts to predict the future. Learn more about two dozen exciting technical developments that are in the pipeline for the coming year.

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IEEE Spectrum January 2022
In the January issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about the top tech of 2022, 6 worst-case scenarios for AI, knowing your neurorights, memory chips that compute, and more.

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IEEE Spectrum - December 2021
In the December issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about DIY rocket programs, hacking ham radio for phone-free texts, the end of diabetes, and more.

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Maximize your research and development efficiency with access to the IEEE Standards Dictionary Online, a comprehensive database of standards terminology.

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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 September issue of the Proceedings of the IEEE, learn about developments in international video coding standardization, advances in video compression systems using deep neural networks, Omnidirectional MediA Format (OMAF), 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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