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14 September 2023

IEEE 2089™ Provides Foundation for European Reference Document for Children's Protection & Well-being Online

The IEEE 2089 Standard has been recognized to serve as the foundation for a new CEN/CENELEC Workshop Agreement for children’s protection and wellbeing online.

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17 January 2023

IEEE Introduces New Program for Free Access to AI Ethics and Governance Standards

Program Brings Socio-technical Standards Providing Guidance and Considerations to Aid the Development of Trustworthy AI to the Global Community.

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30 September 2022

IEEE Announces Decision on Its Standards-related Patent Policy

The IEEE Standards Association Board of Governors (IEEE SA BOG) took action to update the Patent Policy for IEEE standards development, which will go into effect 01 January 2023.

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16 August 2022

IEEE Launches Certification Program for Nuclear Equipment Qualification to Help Improve Global Nuclear Safety

The IEEE Standards-Based Program Benefits Global System Integrators, Plant Owners, Equipment Vendors, and More.

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1 August 2022

IEEE Publishes 2023 National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®)

Latest Edition of the NESC Will Go into Effect in February 2023 to Help Deliver a Safer and More Sustainable Electric Power Supply.

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Beyond Standards Blog

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Four Foundational Technology Trends to Watch This Year

IEEE SA explores foundational tech trends including the metaverse, building trust with data governance, online safety for children, and quantum computing.

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Three Energy Trends to Watch in 2024

Key trends expected to impact the energy industry in 2024: renewable energy integration to advancements in transmission line technology and grid resilience.

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Four Connectivity and Telecom Trends to Watch For in 2024

A look at key trends expected to impact the connectivity and telecom industry in 2024: generative AI, quantum computing, data centricity and sustainability.

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