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Blog Review – Wednesday, May 14 2014

Women dominate today’s blogsphere review, with three of the four written by women. There is a celebration of female empowerment, honoring Intel, a vehicle design university program using Ansys software; a glimpse into the future IoT – if humans allow; and Mentor’s Wally Rhines flags up the pitfalls of verification. By Caroline Hayes, Senior Editor.

Tackling gender equality, the Women’s e-News “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” is the subject of Suzanne Fallender’s blog (Intel). Among those honored was Intel’s VP Corporate Affairs and Chair of the Intel Foundation, Shelly Esque, VP of Corporate Affairs and Chair of the Intel Foundation, recognized for her work at Intel to empower girls and women through education and technology, including programs to encourage girls enter technology careers. Some philosophical issues are included, making the reader wonder just how far we have actually progressed since women campaigned for the vote….

Gypsy Rose Gabe [Moretti] looks into his crystal ball, predicting the impact of the IoT on the world around with real-life examples for the vehicle, the home and commerce of the future. He yearns for humans willing to adapt to the technology.

Who better to list the biggest verification mistakes made by design teams, thank Mentor Graphics CEO, Wally Rhines, in an interview highlighted by Shelly Stalnaker.

Cars are a passion for Helen Renshaw and she indulges it in a review of the ANSYS academic program, culminating in the design of a lightweight vehicle by the Harbin Institute of Technology, China.

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