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Fiber-optic Transmission and Networking: The Previous 20 and the Next 20 Years

By Andrew R. Chraplyvy Re-printed from Optics Express, a publication of OSA Publishing Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Optics Express, this paper reviews the evolution of optical fiber communication systems, and through a look at…
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The Fundamental Differences Between Artificial and Human Intelligence

By Federico Faggin (Paper presented at the V Congress of the Future, Santiago, Chile) There is much speculation today about a possible future where mankind will be surpassed, perhaps even destroyed by machines. We hear of self-driving…

Marconi Fellows Viterbi and Ziv Join Young Scholar Yaakobi at The Technion

The Marconi Society Conference 2018 The Technion's Computer Science department held The Marconi Society conference: "The Information Era: Past, Present and Future", on Tuesday, April 24th, 2018. Guest of honor was Prof. Andrew Viterbi,…
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Nominations Now Open For the Prestigious 2019 Marconi Prize

Seeking scientists whose contributions have advanced communications technology and significantly benefited humanity Mountain View, CA, April 17, 2018—The Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications…

Marconi Fellows Receive an Unprecedented Number of Prestigious Honors

“Selecting a Marconi Fellow is quite difficult…because we look for someone with great ingenuity, great intelligence and great success in science. But at the same time, we’re also looking for someone who has made a tangible difference…

Professor Tom Leighton wins 2018 Marconi Prize

MIT News Sandi Miller | Department of Mathematics Akamai co-founder honored for pioneering content delivery network services industry. MIT professor of mathematics Tom Leighton has been selected to receive the 2018 Marconi Prize. The Marconi…

Changing Our Lives Forever: Marconi Fellow Marty Cooper and The First Cellphone Call

By Hana R. Alberts, New York Post Martin Cooper stood in front of the Hilton on Sixth Avenue, clutching an unwieldy hunk of beige plastic that weighed almost 3 pounds. He punched in a nine-digit number, then waited for a telephone 30 miles…
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Securing Consumer Trust in the Internet of Things

By Paula Reinman In a recent survey of our newsletter readers we asked participants what topics they would most like to learn more about. One of the top responses was the Internet of Things (IoT). This is not surprising. The subject not only…

Marconi Fellows Arogyaswami Paulraj and Ronald Rivest Join The National Inventors Hall of Fame 2018 Class of Inductees

New Inductees and Contributions to Society to be Honored at May Event ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ Fifteen innovation pioneers whose inventions range from OLED displays to football's yellow "First and Ten Line" will be honored…

Young Scholars Wenhan Dai and Yuan Shen Show How to Make Wireless Localization More Accurate

A new theoretical analysis of wireless localization systems represents settings of a wireless network (yellow) and measurement error (purple) as three-dimensional spaces. The intersection of the two spaces defines the network’s optimal configuration.…