IEEE Toronto Newsletter - September 2022

Editor Welcome Message

We welcome you to the new layout of newsletter, which is more immersive  and visually reader friendly. You can access all the previously published research\technical articles in “Research Articles”.  You can also read and appreciate the contribution of all the IEEE supporters featured previously in “IEEE Supporters”.

We hope you enjoy this new face of IEEE newsletter and keep us posted with your comments and suggestions.

In this September issue, Dustin Denwell is portrayed as an ambitious and dedicated IEEE supporter. You can appreciate his services to IEEE. You also enjoy reading an article “Insider Threat in an Enterprise” in this issue.

IEEE Research Articles

Research Articles

Insider Threat in an Enterprise

Insider Threat in an Enterprise

Dr. Fatima Hussain Behavior Analytics and Insider Threat, RBC Editor, IEEE Newsletter According to the global database breach level index ...
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Evolutionary Algorithms to Enhancing Business Intelligence

Evolutionary Algorithms to Enhancing Business Intelligence

Salah Sharieh, Head, Transformation Office at RBC. Adjunct Professor Ryerson University, Tech Titan 2019 Over the years, the amount of ...
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IEEE Supporters

Dustin Dunwell

Dustin Dunwell

Dustin received his B.Sc and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario in 2004 and 2006 respectively and ...
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Advanced Manufacturing Processes: Development and Applications

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/324137

Join the IEEE Toronto Instrumentation & Measurement – Robotics & Automation Joint Chapter for a talk on Advanced Manufacturing, presented by Dr. Jana Abou-Ziki. Tuesday, October 18, 2022 @ 2:30 – 3:30 PM Abstract: The manufacturing industry has witnessed a tremendous development over the past decade. The demand for miniaturisation

Advanced Manufacturing Processes: Development and Applications

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/324137

Join the IEEE Toronto Instrumentation & Measurement – Robotics & Automation Joint Chapter for a talk on Advanced Manufacturing, presented by Dr. Jana Abou-Ziki. Tuesday, October 18, 2022 @ 2:30 – 3:30 PM Abstract: The manufacturing industry has witnessed a tremendous development over the past decade. The demand for miniaturisation

Advanced Manufacturing Processes: Development and Applications

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/324137

Join the IEEE Toronto Instrumentation & Measurement – Robotics & Automation Joint Chapter for a talk on Advanced Manufacturing, presented by Dr. Jana Abou-Ziki. Tuesday, October 18, 2022 @ 2:30 – 3:30 PM Abstract: The manufacturing industry has witnessed a tremendous development over the past decade. The demand for miniaturisation

Why Software Fails and Why AI cannot Help

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/322735

It was once widely believed that computers would enhance the speed, reliability, and applicability of human deductive reasoning in the physical and social sciences, much as motorized vehicles (e.g., cars, trains, airplanes) have enhanced the speed, reliability, and applicability of human manual abilities in transportation. Yet, 60 years later, computers

Why Software Fails and Why AI cannot Help

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/322735

It was once widely believed that computers would enhance the speed, reliability, and applicability of human deductive reasoning in the physical and social sciences, much as motorized vehicles (e.g., cars, trains, airplanes) have enhanced the speed, reliability, and applicability of human manual abilities in transportation. Yet, 60 years later, computers

Why Software Fails and Why AI cannot Help

Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/322735

It was once widely believed that computers would enhance the speed, reliability, and applicability of human deductive reasoning in the physical and social sciences, much as motorized vehicles (e.g., cars, trains, airplanes) have enhanced the speed, reliability, and applicability of human manual abilities in transportation. Yet, 60 years later, computers

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