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IEEE Celebrates Its 125th Anniversary Presenting Emerging, World Changing Technologies During Its 'Embracing Human Technology Interactions' Media Event
Date:3/10/2009

o. The end goal will allow computers to detect and recognize vehicles, humans and objects from great distances and in undesirable conditions leading to quicker, more accurate detection of possible environmental, health or security threats.

  • Dr. K.J. Ray Liu, IEEE Fellow, Professor, University of Maryland, College Park - Dr. Liu and his team have developed a model that, by testing the interaction between an individual's genomic and proteomic signaling through a simple blood test, can determine if he/she is in the transition stage to developing cancer, and identify the type. This information will offer the earliest possible prediction of whether an individual is in danger for developing cancer and allow for preventative treatment.

  • Dr. Dharmendra Modha, IEEE Senior Member, Manager, Cognitive Computing, IBM Almaden Research Center - In a project funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) called SyNAPSE, Dr. Modha and his team are engineering computing systems that simulate the brain's abilities for sensation, perception, action, interaction and cognition. This has the potential to greatly improve the functionality and response-rate of everyday computers and provide limitless practical applications, such as assisting financiers making split-second decisions bases on constantly changing data.

  • Dr. Miguel Nicolelis, IEEE Member, Professor and Co-director, Center for Neuroengineering, Duke University Medical Center - Dr. Nicolelis and his team have developed a microchip that allows human brains to communicate with robots and enables the robot to send a return message directly back to the brain, without use of sight/touch. Looking ahead, he believes his work will allow communication from human brain to human brain. The goal, by 2012, through
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