It’s an all-too-familiar story: having a close family member or friend go through the ordeal of cancer treatment. The typical scenario would include some combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or hormone therapy – all considered harsh treatments with side effects that can be life-altering and long-lasting. Doctors today try to apply leading practices and established …continue reading Staying ahead of diseases with personalized healthcare
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What do the peaking colors of fall foliage, the nighttime appearance of the hunter’s moon, and escalating college football and NFL rivalries indicate? That autumn has officially arrived, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Thanksgiving is primarily associated with family and friends gathering together, enjoying an uncomfortable amount of turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, …continue reading Giving thanks to your data center manager
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Today Intel signed a new amicus brief along with other companies in support of the request of the International Refugee Assistance Project to affirm the decisions of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning the Entry Ban Executive Order. As … Read more > Read more
Cash Recognition for Visually Impaired is a project dedicated towards blind people living in Nepal. Unlike many countries Nepalese monetary notes do not have special marking in them to help blind… Read more
CERN openlab and Intel are pleased to announce the winners of the Intel® Modern Code Developer Challenge! The announcement was made today at ‘SC17’, the International Conference for High Performance… Read more
The bank of the future looks significantly different than it does today. The changing landscape of B2B banking and payments is presenting an opportunity for banks to become strong infrastructure providers. With a concentration on transactional services, capital financing, regulation, and compliance, banks can become the solid backbone for consumer-focused companies. By relinquishing consumer-facing architecture …continue reading The Future of Corporate Banking
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You may not have started shopping for gifts yet, but data shows holiday shoppers are getting an early start this year, with the majority starting by Cyber Monday. To make the most of the holiday season, retailers need to pay close attention to consumer behaviors so they can adjust appropriately. As omnichannel shopping becomes increasingly …continue reading 4 Holiday Shopping Behaviors Retailers Should Monitor
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When the international Fortran standards committee (WG5) met in 2012 to set a schedule for the next standard revision, the informal name of the standard was set to be “Fortran 2015”. The schedule… Read more
If you work in retail, there’s no doubt you’ve heard about the importance of personalization. A customized experience should apply to all parts of a shopper’s buying journey. But I want to discuss one personalization opportunity that holds many potential benefits for retailers: digital signage. Digital signage presents a big opportunity for retailers. New signage …continue reading 5 Digital Signage Strategies for Retailers
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A few weeks ago McKinsey’s Marketing and Sales practice published “What shoppers really want from personalized marketing.” It is the best paper I’ve read on the topic in years. And thank you, McKinsey, for sending it forth. Because “personalization” has become one of those awful clichés of retail strategy – oft-cited, but rarely thought-through or …continue reading Why Most People Are Wrong on Personalization
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This blog was written in partnership with Michael Charles. Ph.D. student and Intel Legacy Scholar. Navigating today’s educational and professional pipeline is a difficult task for many American Indian students. I … Read more >
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A slew of fintech and regtech companies have entered the financial sphere to help aid banks in their search for cost savings and better efficiencies. Improving security, following regulations, and effective compliance are all benefits that financial institutions can receive from these companies. And, in the realm of “time is money,” these services aren’t cheap. …continue reading Increasing Efficiency with AI in Banking
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When it comes to social and environmental responsibility, sustainability is at the top of the list for many organizations. Sustainability is inherently forward looking, but businesses and organizations need to meet performance goals, now. The mandate to drive positive business … Read more > Read more
By Melissa Evers-Hood, Intel Open Source Technology Center
Last week, in Sydney, Australia, I attended my first OpenStack Summit. As a relative newcomer to this community, I felt compelled to share… Read more
While today only some 20 percent of global electrical energy is provided by renewable sources – in the U.S., it’s about 15 percent – that number is changing and growing rapidly. In the last decade, industries have made breakthrough innovations in renewable technology that have driven prices down, and governments have provided mandates, incentives, and …continue reading Investors, Governments Drive Renewables Boom
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I recently celebrated my ten-year anniversary at Intel. Some days ten years feels like an incredibly long time and that change in the field of corporate responsibility has been slow and incremental. But this week, as I got back from … Read more > Read more
As an Internet of Things pioneer, Android expert, YouTube* Channel host, founder of her own game development company, Google* Developer Expert, and Intel® Software Innovator, Macy Kuang, is very… Read more
Today, I had the pleasure of participating in a Fireside chat with Martin Giles from the MIT Tech Review as part of the Newsweek Structure Conference focused on cloud computing and infrastructure. It was an opportunity for me to share how the data center is evolving and transforming. By 2025, between 70-80%1 of data center …continue reading Doing Good with a Solutions Focus in the Data Center
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What’s next for cybersecurity after the Equifax hack? On Thursday, September 7, 2017, consumer credit reporting agency, Equifax, reported that consumer data and personal information was stolen due to a cyber attack on the company’s system. The incident, originally detected on July 29, 2017, impacted 143 million U.S. consumers. Much of the information lifted was …continue reading What the Equifax Hack Means for Banking Security
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the buzz across a wide range of industries due to its seemingly endless possibilities. Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence which gives computers the capacity to learn tasks without being explicitly programmed to do so. Companies worldwide are focusing on specific ways they can integrate machine learning solutions into …continue reading Dell EMC & Intel: Collaborating to Help Customers Jumpstart Their Machine Learning Use Cases
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