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August 2017
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The Board of Governors of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) has allocated $20,000 for Member-Driven Initiatives for the 2017 calendar year. The funding is open to all Signal Processing Society members, Chapters and Committees. However, all proposals must include the involvement of the local Chapter to encourage geographic development. Allocation of funds will be competitive.

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Video distribution services have been growing exponentially in the past decade. Cisco Visual Network Index Report predicts that globally, IP video traffic will be 82 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2020, up from 70 percent in 2015. Video distribution services have been growing exponentially in the past decade. Cisco Visual Network Index Report predicts that globally, IP video traffic will be 82 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2020, up from 70 percent in 2015.

Gibson, a guitar manufacturer, is know for pushing what the technology can do for die-hard guitar fans. The latest innovation, revolving around signal processing, is a Gibson Custom Lightly Figured Les Paul Standard with a built-in distortion circuit. A creation Gibson is calling the Burstdriver.

For more details, please read http://newatlas.com/gibson-burstdriver-les-paul-guitar/50692/

This issue features the next installment of our regular column, "Getting to Know Your Fellow Researchers", highlighting Douglas O'Shaughnessy, who is a Professor at INRS-Télécommunications (University of Quebec) in Montreal, Canada and the author of the textbook Speech Communications: 

This is a massive open online course offered by the University of California, San Diego. The course is thought by Ilkay Altintas and Amarnath Gupta, and it is developed for those new to data science.

"Digital Signal Processing with Kernel Methods" is a new book written by Jose Luis Rojo-Avarez, Manel Martinez-Ramon, Jordi Munoz-Mari, and Gustau Camps-Valls.

Claude Shannon has changed electrical engineering, and he was one of the greatest influencers on the field of signal processing. In recent years, there are more stories about his remarkable life.

For more details, please read http://www.thedailybeast.com/claude-shannon-the-juggling-poet-who-gave-us-the-information-age

In today’s world, the environment is unavoidably prone to the unexpected occurrence of unpredictable events. Whatever the kinds of unexpected occurrences are, be they threats to safety or security breach, in the final analysis they are all known to be uncertainties, which in turn, bring us to think in terms of risk.

The IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (SPM) welcomes members' input to the new column, “Community Voices.”  This column provides a vehicle to collect reflections from diverse members of the signal processing community on questions that are of interest to many.  

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