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Standardizing Sensor Analytics for the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly using sensor data to make critical decisions thanks to real-time analytics. In collaboration with the IEEE Sensors Council, the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) has commenced standardization efforts. IEEE P2510™ – Standard for Establishing Quality of Data Sensor Parameters in the Internet of Things Environment defines quality measures, controls, and definitions for sensor data used in IoT environments across a multitude of verticals including power and energy, oil and gas, environmental quality, healthcare and consumer electronics.


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IEEE Standards Association Webinar: Quantum Computing Standards
Quantum computing is poised to pave the way for groundbreaking technological achievements across nearly all verticals. Join the IEEE Standards Association Corporate Program for a complimentary one-hour webinar on the state of quantum computing and why standards are needed. William Hurley a.k.a. whurley, founder and CEO of Strangeworks, and chair of the IEEE Quantum Standards Working Group will provide an in-depth look at the state of quantum computing and why standards are needed. There will be a Q&A session following the presentation.


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The Status of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems in Africa - Infrastructure, Economics, Ethics, and Human Development
While the capabilities of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS) are growing at a rapid pace, the question of how to best implement these technologies in Africa to the advancement of human development is often ignored. Specifics around the infrastructure and other resources depending on where various AI applications may be introduced are critical to consider. Likewise, where economic realities or cultural values are not part of design careful planning may not lead to successful outcomes.


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Webinar: Realizing the Immersive Future City: Wearable to Clinical Data Stream Optimization
Join us for a free thirty-minute webinar. IEEE-SA is organizing an effort to address design implications and technology implementations for the future of immersive cities and the ubiquitous connectivity of the Digital Citizen. The interoperability and standardization of devices, data, and connectivity are critical for seamless interaction with our future environment and health of all citizens. One of the workstreams of this effort is focused on wearables and clinical data with goals of (a) identifying interoperability gaps from sensor through network and (b) fostering optimization of data collection, both of which will be further discussed at the 2018 Wearables and Medical Interoperability Workshop in Cambridge, MA on 17 January 2018.


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Webinar: Policy for Artificial Intelligence: The Power of Imaginaries
Join us for the third in a series of three free online events focused on Policy for Artificial Intelligence, which will feature Konstantinos Karachalios (Managing Director, IEEE-SA; Member of IEEE Management Council), Nicolas Miailhe (Co-Founder and President, The Future Society; Harvard Kennedy School, Senior Visiting Fellow, Program on Science Technology and Society and member, the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems and Cyrus Hodes, Director of the AI Initiative with The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School. John C. Havens, Executive Director, The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, will moderate.


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Webinar: How Standards Advance Technology for Humanity
Join IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) Global Engagement and Technology Team members for a one hour webinar highlighting a new collaboration between IEEE and New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). This collaboration comes following both organizations entering into a Memorandum of Understanding in May 2017. The webinar will cover topics of interest identified by both organizations around how standards are a tool for economic growth, how stakeholders on the African continent can engage in IEEE standardization, what key IEEE standards initiatives exist on ICT and Smart Grid.


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Webinar: Policy for Artificial Intelligence: A Global Perspective
Join us for the second in a series of three online events on Policy for Artificial Intelligence. The second of these events, Policy for Artificial Intelligence: A Global Perspective, will feature Konstantinos Karachalios (Managing Director, IEEE-SA; Member of IEEE Management Council), Arisa Ema (Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo and Visiting Researcher at the RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project), and Nicolas Miailhe (Co-Founder and President, The Future Society Harvard Kennedy School, Senior Visiting Fellow, Program on Science Technology and Society and member, the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Systems).


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Webinar: Blockchain - The Game Changer in the Optimization and Efficacy of Clinical Trials Webinar
Blockchain has made significant strides in the financial and healthcare sectors offering a new perspective and platform for data management, distribution and verification in this global data-sharing economy. This webinar will address the potential applications for blockchain applications within the clinical trials process.


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Webinar: Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) Technology and Project Application Webinar
This webinar will help you understand the up-to-date research and practical project applications of Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC). Unified Power Flow Controller Technology and Application provides a comprehensive coverage on UPFC technology, with a range of topics such as design principle, control and protection, and insulation coordination.


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Webinar: Policy for Artificial Intelligence: Ethics and Inclusion for the Algorithmic Age
This webinar is the first in a series of three online events on Policy for Artificial Intelligence. This global Online Civic Debate is a 6-month campaign using massive collective intelligence to identify ideas and solutions for the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on society. Leveraging this platform would allow us to present actionable policy tools to government and decision makers.


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Webinar: IEEE Test and Certification Advancing the Grid Toward Trustworthy Time
Precision time synchronization, down to the microsecond level of wide-area measurement and control systems on the electrical grid, is one of the fundamental enabling technologies. It can facilitate improved understanding and lead to a more efficient and robust grid system. This webinars explains the critical importance of time synchronization in ensuring a reliable power grid and how IEEE-certified devices address this important need.


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Webinar: Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Solutions for Full Electrification of Kenya
Facing challenges of rapid expansion and demand, Kenya’s grid poses a unique challenge in that more than half of its energy generation comes from non-traditional energy sources such as hydro and geothermal, which account for 60 percent. In order to meet an aggressive goal of achieving universal access by 2020, Distributed Energy Resources (DER) will be a large player in the growing Kenya market. As such, conformance to IEEE 1547™ will be a key component in ensuring a robust and efficient infrastructure for what will become a new age of electrification for Kenya.


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Webinar: IEEE Smart Energy
Presented by IEEE Smart Grid and the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), attendees will receive an overview of IEEE 2030.5—IEEE Adoption of Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Application Protocol Standard and gain access to resources for further understanding and developing IEEE 2030.5™ communications interfaces. The panel will also discuss US and international use cases of IEEE 2030.5 including “IEEE 2030.5 Common California Rule 21 Implementation Guide for Smart Inverters,” also known as CSIP and South Korea’s, adoption of IEEE 2030.5.


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Webinar: Securing the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain with Blockchain
The fake medicine market is not only a pharmaceutical crime but it is a global epidemic. The World Health Organization estimates that 1% of drugs in the US are counterfeit, 10% in Europe and 30% in emerging regions (Latin America, Middle East, Africa, etc). While the EU, China, and the US offer more robust track and trace and serialization guidance and laws, at the end of the day we have more compliance and less resolution. Is there a means that can potentially combine the regulatory guidance, human resolve, and technology to better safeguard the drug supply chain...


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The Human Standard: Why Ethical Considerations Should Drive Technological Design Webinar
In the age of autonomous and intelligent machines, it is more important than ever to help technologists and organizations be cognizant of the ethical implications of the products, services or systems they are building and how they are being built before making them available to the general public. While established Codes of Ethics provide instrumental guidance for employee behavior, new values-centric methodologies are needed to complement these codes to address the growing use of algorithms and personalization in the marketplace.


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Advancing Technology for the Benefit of Humanity Using Open Source Technology
While open source software and open standards serve many common goals, there are important differences in the rules and legal tools that have evolved to address their development and use. Just as in open standards development, open source developers can choose from a wide range of rules and tools. This webinar will examine some of those variations, and the reasons why one may be more appropriate than another in a given case. The speakers will also look at how IEEE plans to leverage open source communities and applications for both humanitarian and standards development efforts.


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IEEE Green ICT Initiative Standards Webinar
Global research conducted by many industrial and academic organizations has introduced a significant number of measures that can be used to improve the energy efficiency of ICT and further reduce its carbon footprint through the use of renewable energy sources.
The mission of the IEEE Green ICT initiative is to build a holistic approach to sustainability through ICT by incorporating green metrics throughout IEEE technical domains. The initiative has introduced 9 IEEE standards projects in 2017, including: IEEE P1922.1, IEEE P1922.2, IEEE P1923.1, IEEE P1924.1, IEEE P1925.1, IEEE P1926.1, IEEE P1927.1, IEEE P1928.1, IEEE P1929.1. This webinar provides an overview of these 9 new IEEE standards projects and discusses ways that you can contribute to the projects and join the working groups.


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Live Interactive Webinar – IEEE P2030.10™ - DC Microgrids & Standards Webinar
Off-grid microgrid applications can provide power where infrastructure costs or other issues are prohibitive for a fully connected system. IEEE has an initiative in place to make this a reality.


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Webinar: Ethically Aligned Design: Prioritizing Wellbeing for Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems released the first version of its document, Ethically Aligned Design (EAD) on 13 December 2016. The document provides insights and recommendations from over one hundred global AI and ethics experts and is intended to provide a key reference for Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems (AI/AS) technologists to help them prioritize values-driven, ethically aligned design in their work.