Stacey Higginbotham, IEEE Spectrum

Stacey Higginbotham

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Austin, TX, United States

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Past articles by Stacey:

The Factories of the Future Will Be Fast, Flexible, and Free of Wires

AI, 5G, and the IoT will allow factories to produce new goods on the fly → Read More

IoT Can Make Construction Less of a Headache

With more data, constructing buildings can look more like factory manufacturing → Read More

U.S. Congress Finally Gets Some Good Ideas About IoT Security

Proposed legislation lays out sensible security guidelines, though there’s room for
 improvement → Read More

Your Earbuds Will Become Your Most Powerful Health Monitor

Outfitting headphones and earbuds with sensors will make them an ideal way to keep track of your health → Read More

Self-Driving Trucks Will Always Need People

Remote human operators will still take the wheel in fiddly situations → Read More

A Smart Device Needs to be Useful, Not Just Clever

With artificial intelligence and voice control, smart microwaves, cameras, and doorbells, could finally catch on → Read More

New Ethernet Protocol Keeps the Industrial IoT in Sync

Factory machines will use time-sensitive networking to coordinate their work → Read More

IoT Cameras Need to be Quick, Clever, and Able to Assign Meaning

Cameras will require new software to perform surveillance and monitoring tasks autonomously → Read More

The IoT Needs a New Set of Eyes

Cameras for the Internet of Things will have to be fast, cheap, and powerful—and might not look like cameras at all → Read More

IoT Sensors Reveal New Ways for Manufacturers to Cut Energy Usage

Removing inefficiencies on the factory floor and in the supply chain can cut costs → Read More

In the Age of IoT, the FCC’s Way of Valuing Radio Spectrum Is Broken

As the FCC prepares rules for sharing spectrum with citizens, it should count devices as well as people → Read More

RISC-V’s Open-Source Architecture Shakes Up Chip Design

RISC-V makes it easier for companies to design and build specialized chips for graphics and the Internet of Things → Read More

6 Reasons Why IoT Security Is Terrible

The Internet of Things bears little resemblance to traditional IT systems—and that makes it harder to protect → Read More

The Internet of Trash: IoT Has a Looming E-Waste Problem

A lack of forethought will leave us with a mountain of obsolete devices and no way to dispose of them → Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts of Industrial IoT

Your boss wants to start an IoT project—what next? → Read More

How the Internet of Things Could Fracture Wi-Fi

New mesh Wi-Fi networks improve coverage, but at the cost of interoperability → Read More

5G is in Danger of Being Oversold

Commercial service is years away, but even then, 5G won’t fulfill all of its promises → Read More

This Week in Google 436 I Married a Stormtrooper

Facebook's facial recognition software will alert you when someone posts a picture of you, even without being tagged. Snooze your friends. How to use meme wars to run for President… → Read More

Welcome to My Smart Home: The 12 Best Devices to Make Your House Smart

Including Amazon Echo, Philips Hue, WeMo, smart lights and several home automation kits. → Read More

Inside Facebook’s Biggest Artificial Intelligence Project Ever

How do you serve up content to 1.5 billion users each month? By teaching machines to learn. → Read More