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Riding the (Driverless) Highway to the Future
By Jay Iorio, Innovation Director, IEEE-SA
As a host of technologies converge in the home and workplace, it is anybody’s guess how they might play out over the next decades. The Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, body computing, artificial intelligence, and synthetic sensory enhancements (e.g., augmented reality, virtual reality) will serve to make our homes and personal spaces intelligent in meaningful ways―responsive, adaptive, able to learn, interactive, predictive.
IEEE Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology 2015
6-8 October 2015 - Sunnyvale, California
26-29 October 2015 - San Paolo, Brazil
IEEE Standards on E-HealthApplications include 3-D medical imaging and wearable health care devices
The Institute, 15 June 2015
This article is part of our June 2015 special report on wearables, which highlights IEEE’s efforts to turn fitness trackers into viable tools for improving health.
The IEEE Standards Association has introduced a number of standards related to electronic health, or e-health, applications. More are in the works.
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