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Highlights from technology's top conferences and events about computing and computer science: best papers, keynotes, award winners, photography, and social media posts. In case you missed it.

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By Lori Cameron
The global bioinformatics market—driven primarily by an increased need for integrated medical data, genetics research, protein sequencing, and drug development—is projected to top $18 billion by 2025.
Intelligent systems, capable of making autonomous decisions based on AI algorithms, are becoming more widespread in several application fields, such as smart factories, autonomous vehicles, autonomous robots, and many more. Human life will increasingly rely on these systems, mandating their reliable, safe, and secure operation and interoperability. This meeting will…
By Michael Martinez
Learn about IEEE Digital Reality Initiative and the new project on Reliable, Safe, Secure and Time Deterministic Intelligent Systems at ITSC 2019! IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Digital Reality Initiative recently launched a project on Reliable, Safe, Secure and Time Deterministic Intelligent Systems. Systems capable of making autonomous decisions based…
The IEEE Computer Society Global Chapter Summit brings together members from across the globe to engage with industry and academia, share insight, and encourage each other.
By Lori Cameron
Not only will ASE 2019 reveal the latest AI-infused software innovations, but it will demonstrate exclusive automation and software tools that can help developers work smarter.
By Michael Martinez
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and the Computer Society is bringing you daily tips, tools, and resources to celebrate. Check back daily for your tip of the day and be sure to sign up for our webinar featuring Steven Bay, the former NSA boss of Edward Snowden, who will explore the Snowden…
By Lori Cameron
The IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) provides an international forum for the presentation of original research, as well as practical innovations.
By Lori Cameron
As the global visualization market soars to $4.5 billion by 2025, innovators are working diligently to develop solutions that can handle the volume and complexity of data now being generated.
By Lori Cameron
A wealth of information on VR innovations awaits industry professionals at ISMAR 2019, the leading international academic conference in augmented and mixed reality.
By Lori Cameron
University of California San Diego’s Rajesh Gupta was recently selected to receive the IEEE Computer Society 2019 W. Wallace McDowell Award. We caught up with Gupta to find out more about the future of cyber-physical systems, what he reads, and what invention inspires him the most.
By Lori Cameron
After he won the 2019 Edward J. McCluskey Technical Achievement Award, we caught up with Zhi-Hua Zhou for a quick interview about his win and professional contributions to the fields of machine learning and data mining.
By Lori Cameron
Carnegie Mellon’s Radu Marculescu was recently selected to receive the 2019 Edward J. McClusky Technical Achievement Award for his “seminal contributions to the science of network on chip design, analysis, and optimization.” We caught up with Marculescu to find out more about his career, who inspires him the most, and what is about to turn AI on its head.
By Michael Martinez
Walter Scheirer, CVPR 2019 Conference finance co-chair and a Notre Dame professor, says self-driving vehicles and social media apps energized the computer vision event.
By Michael Martinez
Long Beach, California — It is the heart of the CVPR 2019 Conference, bringing record attendance from 68 countries and a record number of paper submissions: The technical program. With 1,294 research papers accepted from a record pool of 5,160 submissions this year, the authors’ technical presentations offered seemingly endless…
By Lori Cameron
This year's CVPR2019 conference had a record-breaking 9,000+ in attendance, 181 exhibitors, and hundreds of posters illustrating the latest in computer vision and pattern recognition research.
By Michael Martinez
Long Beach, California — The CVPR 2019 Conference, the premier event for computer vision and AI technology that’s behind such innovations as facial recognition and self-driving cars, broke several of its records at this week’s annual gathering: Did you enjoy CVPR, co-sponsored by the Computer Society? Then sign up for…
By Lori Cameron
This year's CVPR2019 conference had a record-breaking 9,000+ in attendance, creating a one-of-a-kind opportunity for networking, recruiting, inspiration, and motivation.
By Lori Cameron
The CVPR2019 tutorial sessions revealed some of the top fields using computer vision tech today—robotics, virtual/augmented reality, healthcare, and autonomous vehicles.
By Michael Martinez
At the 2019 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), the workshops provide a comprehensive forum on topics that the main conference -- with its record-breaking attendance of 9,000 people -- cannot fully explore during the week. The workshops' purpose is to encourage in-depth discussion of these technical and application issues. What were the workshops about on Monday? Here is a sampling of some of them. Not surprisingly, many of them had standing-room only, with curious listeners even standing in the doorway and spilling into the hall.
By Lori Cameron
Check out our gallery of photos from our June 2019 awards ceremony at the IEEE Computer Society's Board of Governors meeting.
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   About the Authors
Michael Martinez, the editor of the Computer Society's Computer.Org website and its social media, has covered technology as well as global events while on the staff at CNN, Tribune Co. (based at the Los Angeles Times), and the Washington Post.
Lori Cameron is a Senior Writer for the IEEE Computer Society and currently writes regular features for Computer.org, Tech News, and Careers in Computing. For over 20 years, she has been a professor of writing and literature at DeVry University, Long Beach, as well as a freelance technical writer. Lori received a master of arts in English from the California State Polytechnic University in 1992, and a bachelor of arts in writing from Indiana Wesleyan University in 1988.