Digital Reality Series - Part 3 The Digital Divide: A fundamental challenge for humanity

 

On May 21st, Join us for our continued IEEE Digital Reality Initiative (DRI) webinar series to address the status of Digital Transformation in several areas (both as geography—North and Latin America, Europe, Far East Asia—and as market segments such as healthcare, manufacturing, retail, education). This webinar series will cover the expected evolution considering the impact of the pandemic and the recovery effort put in place by several Governments, including EU and US initiatives. See the IEEE DRI white paper on which this webinar series is based: https://digitalreality.ieee.org/images/files/pdf/DRI_White_Paper_-_Digital_Transformation_-_Final_25March21.pdf

 

Friday, May 21st @ 12noon PDT – “The Digital Divide: A fundamental challenge for humanity” features Nicholas Napp & Sophia Napp-Vega will point out the potential societal challenges that rapid technology development can present, highlight the significant challenges presented by the Digital Divide, and explain why the Digital Divide itself is not what we should be focusing on. Details & Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-scv-wie-digital-reality-webinar-series-tickets-152045021753

 

Friday, April 16th @ 12noon PST – Part 2 featured Tom Coughlin who talked about Storage and Memory for Digital Reality Applications. Completed!

 

Friday, March 19th @ 12noon PST – Part 1 featured Roberto Soracco, a senior member of IEEE who leads the Industry Advisory Board within the Future Directions Committee and co-chairs the IEEE Digital Reality Initiative. Completed!

 

How Low-Tech Hackers Hack Your APIs in 15 mins or less

On June 3rd @ 6:30pm-7:30pm, join us for “How Low-Tech Hackers Hack Your APIs in 15 minutes or less“.

Hear from a former hacker on how to stay secure in an era where mobile apps and APIs are most vulnerable.  Details and Registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-low-tech-hackers-hack-your-apis-in-15-min-or-less-tickets-152285366631

 

Congratulations to Dr. Jeewika Ranaweera!

Dr. Jeewika Ranaweera is our IEEE SCV WIE Vice Chair and the winner of the 2020 IEEE Santa Clara Valley Section (SCV) “Outstanding IEEE Member Who Promoted Women in Engineering” Award.

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