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Emerson’s event focused on the operational and IT divide. These actors were showing off what happens when manufacturers have access to the latest tech. Image courtesy of S. Higginbotham. I spent...

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Around the MIT campus, you can often hear students saying that taking everything in is a bit like “drinking from a firehose.” The upside of that is ready access to an abundance of world-class ideas...

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AT&T’s business-focused event last week was full of 5G discussions. Image courtesy of S. Higginbotham. You can’t go anywhere without hearing the term 5G these days, and yet it seems that...

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Professor Rajesh Menon at the University of Utah and his lensless camera. Image courtesy of Dan Hixson/University of Utah College of Engineering. I think a lot about scale. Notably, how do we as humans...

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Dolphins are not only amazing swimmers and extremely intelligent, but can also navigate their surroundings using echolocation. While extremely useful in murky water, Andrew Thaler decided to make a device that...

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In order to restore some tactile feeling to remotely-played board games, maker “lyudatan” created a pair of Arduino Uno-based Connect Four robots.  When a player makes a move by dropping a disc into...

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This week the Internet Society is at RightsCon, one of the world’s leading conferences on human rights in the digital age. The event brings together business leaders, policy makers, government representatives,...

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At the Women’s Special Interest Group of the Internet Society we are committed to promoting the participation of women in the Internet ecosystem. We also consider it important to increase the content...

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Let’s Encrypt, a nonprofit certificate authority launched in 2016, has delivered on its pledge to offer free certificates that enable secure HTTP connections for complete domains. The organization’s new...