IEEE Computer Society Brings Tencent and Waseda University Together for Special Event

In December 2018, Tencent research teams from China visited Waseda University in Japan for a one-day seminar organized by the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS). IEEE CS connected these two groups as part of an ongoing effort to promote collaboration between industry and academia.

The meeting took place at the Waseda University Green Computing Systems Research and Development Center, which is led by IEEE Computer Society president, Hironori Kasahara, a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and director of the campus’s Advanced Multicore Research Institute. Continue…

Top 10 Tech Trends Predictions for 2019

Our top tech experts recently unveiled their annual predictions for the future of tech, presenting what they believe will be the most widely adopted technology trends in 2019. This year, the experts also reviewed additional technologies that have not yet reached broad adoption and will be revisited next year–such as digital twins–as well as technologies that have outpaced many others, including Kubernetes and Docker. Our yearly predictions consistently rank as one of the most anticipated announcements in the tech industry. Continue…


2018 Tech Trend Predictions: Year-End Grades

In December 2017, the IEEE Computer Society released its technology adoption predictions for 2018, with a focus on deep learning, digital currencies, blockchain, industrial IoT, robotics, assisted transportation, and others on the front line of computing breakthroughs. As we approach the end of the year we looked back and graded our 2018 predictions while providing insights on the advancements of the trends over the past year and analyses of their future potential.

“The past year has seen mature deployment of industrial IoT, continued adoption of deep learning, and expanded uses of blockchain technologies,” said Dejan Milojicic, 2014 IEEE Computer Society President. “We have seen continuation of innovative technologies from last year that are setting the stage for a promising 2019.” Continue…