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David Tennenhouse
Chief Research Officer at VMware

David Tennenhouse leads the research & innovation activities that are accelerating and extending VMware’s technology leadership. He also represents VMware’s technology strategy to government customers worldwide. David has a track record of driving innovation in multiple domains. He has worked in academia, as a faculty member at MIT; in government, at DARPA; in industry at Intel, Amazon/A9.com and Microsoft; and as a partner in a venture capital firm. Dr. Tennenhouse has been involved in the strategic planning and execution of programs related to a wide range of technologies, including distributed/cloud computing, blockchain, networking, computer architecture, storage, wireless communications, machine learning, search/advertising, IoT, robotics, MEMs, healthcare, and nano/bio-technology. David holds a BASc and MASc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto and obtained his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the ACM, a Fellow of the IEEE, and a member of the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council.

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Topic: IoT

Emerging technologies such as IoT and Edge computing now have the potential to deliver tremendous economic and social benefit. Nonetheless, there is rising concern about some of the “unintended consequences” of IoT/Edge, Cloud, and AI/ML. The public debate often focuses on policy issues such as security, privacy and bias. Less spoken about is an underlying angst related to the quality of software that we, as engineers, are foisting on the world. The premise of this talk is that in order to have engineering for good we need good engineering – and that this is a unique responsibility of the IEEE community.

01:07 Tech as a force for good

04:46 Blockchain

10:09 Good engineering challenge

12:34 Security and IoT

14:30 Privacy

17:00 Machine learning

23:24 Explainability

25:20 Deep reinforcement learning controllers

28:15 Good engineering

31:40 Japanese quality revolution

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Thank you. And I really appreciate everybody joining us today. My talk today is about not so much just the engineering for good. I think most people are you know into the idea of providing great benefits to society but highlighting the engineering for good really requires good engineering and a concern perfectly in the soccer space. I come Alyssa is software systems person that it's time to rethink where we are in the in the quality bar. So, you know, there's never really been a more exciting time to be a technologist and I'm fortunate that that's actually been through my

whole career. It's just been able to get more and more exciting now I can say there's never been a more important time and that's especially true as we see our Technologies to Levering, you know, tremendously important results and really enabling people to get through the current covid situation. I mean, this chart on Tech is a Force for good Was actually created pre covid, you know, when we thought of inoculation and distance learning and Mercy Ships is something that went off to say less developed countries. Now we see this is helping vitally important thing to meter all things that

actually effectively supported and sustained through the technical innovations in particular the software worlds in the iot world have been able to develop deliver. However, it's time that we faced up to the law of unintended consequences. If we take a look at things like we're going to connect everyone and everything. I'm a networking as he says in systems first my training so very proud of what we've been able to do here but you no answer is Hope we've been able to lot of cybercrime privacy issues etcetera trying to automate everything which is I think cord a lot of what we do and

coyote but also in other areas like social networks has less to do some formation and buy us and end at scale and that's

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