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Colloquium is a new printed digest of monthly article abstracts from the entire portfolio of journals published by the IEEE Computer Society. As of January 2017, Colloquium replaced the current OnlinePlus abstract booklet + CD mailer offered by some journals and will expand distribution to all journal subscribers each month. Colloquium is your insight into the groundbreaking research and results published in the Computer Society’s wide range of respected, topical transactions.

Computer Society Co-sponsors XPRIZE/IBM Watson AI Competition

The AI XPRIZE Competition asks participants to think about the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) research, focusing on the emergence of AI/human collaboration, commercial exploration of AI, and a larger understanding of what contribution AI can make to humankind. The competition starts in March 2017 and the final presentation will be at TED 2020. Because the challenge will occur over multiple years, final projects will include technologies and utilize skill sets that don’t exist today. The Computer Society is a co-sponsor of this prize, providing judges and publicizing the challenge. The winner will receive $3 million courtesy of IBM, with the runner-up getting $1 million and the third-place recipient getting $500,000. Learn more about this exciting competition and register here

Software Engineering Radio

Listen to the latest installment of the Software Engineering Radio podcast, which features Katie Malone on machine learning. Hear this and other insightful episodes at SE-Radio.net.

Magazine Roundup

Find out what's new and noteworthy in the Computer Society's 13 peer-reviewed technical magazines

Upcoming Events

Awards and Nominations

  • We are seeking nominations for the 2017 B. Ramakrishna Rau Award for recognition of substantial contributions in the field of computer microarchitecture and compiler code generation. Submission deadline is 1 May 2017.
  • Nominate a colleague for excellence in high-performance computing by 1 July 2017: the Seymour Cray Award, Sidney Fernbach Award, and Ken Kennedy Award.