In this talk, David Josephson will discuss developments in quiet Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing vehicles (eVTOLs) for use in cities, and why a new kind of noise metric is needed to accurately gauge community noise impact.
This talk will update us on the progress of 5G over the last few years, describe what we can reasonably expect for the future of wireless broadband, and provide a likely timeline.
Recent sweeping advances in perceptual artificial intelligence are now making it possible for search systems to radically extend the space of queries and documents. This talk will describe where we are and where we are going with search technology.
In this talk, Andy Walls will describe the technology that lies behind the revolution in data storage based on his having worked at the cutting edge of every iteration since the early 1980s. Like history itself, storage technology tends to repeat itself - and understanding where we came from will allow Andy to also provide a view into the future.
AV-SIG: Automated Driving - Deployment Models and Business Scenarios
In this talk, John Black will present a tour of how optical techniques available today allow a surgical tool to sense both temperature and force in real time, and how the optical analog of ultrasound is being used to equip surgical instruments with the ability to allow the physician to image the tissue they are interacting with, and to thereby make a treatment decision in real time.
In this talk, CNSV member Walt Maclay will explain how today's smart devices are benefiting from the ongoing development of low-cost high-volume sensors, and their interaction with the cloud infrastructure. He will also discuss the latest trends and challenges for IoT and wearable devices.
The new tax law can have a profound effect on how a consulting business is treated by the IRS. This seminar will provide clarity for several issues, including claiming the 20% 199A deduction and the deductions for entertainment. This event is co-sponsored by IEEE-CNSV and PATCA. Anyone registering must pay the $30 fee, and both CNSV and PATCA members who register and attend will have their registration fee refunded.
Since we’ve lost the exponentially increasing resources provided by Dennard scaling and Moore’s law, we need radical architectural innovation to significantly improve cost, performance, energy and security. Aided by open source, agily-developed prototypes will demonstrate advances and thereby accelerate commercial adoption of new architectures.
Based on his book "The Tym Before … The Untold Origins of Cloud Computing," Nathan Gregory will tell the story not only of Tymnet and its parent company Tymshare, but also of the development of the ARPANET into today’s Internet.