The cruise ship industry rides the tech tide to entice young, tech-savvy vacationers to set sail on smart ships. Just like missing the exit on a road trip, it’s easy to get lost on a cruise ship. With 19 decks filled with cabins, restaurants and attractions, the MSC Meraviglia is the length of almost three … Continued
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I recently sat down to talk with Drex DeFord, President of Drexio Digital Health, to discuss where health care currently stands on patient engagement and collaborative care. As DeFord looked back on his 30-year history in health care, he’s seen firsthand the massive growing pains we’ve experienced as we’ve moved from essentially a sick care …continue reading Finding the Real Key to Success with Collaborative Care
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When I’m bumper-to-bumper in a sea of exhaust fumes and distracted drivers, it seems like autonomous driving can’t get here fast enough. Nor can the potential rewards that come along with fully autonomous vehicles, like far fewer accidents and mobility … Read more >
Esport events like Intel Extreme Masters Shanghai create a positive buzz for gaming in China, a nation once resistant to online games. Zhou “iAsonu” Hang hoped to become a professional esport athlete, but his parents had different expectations. They wanted him to earn a degree in robotic automation at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, … Continued
Getting Started with Wind River Helix* Device Cloud
Use this device management platform to help greatly reduce the complexities of building and operating large-scale device deployments.
Getting… Read more
Two of our interns in the DPI Community Evangelism group, Isabel Zhang and Milly Xun, have created an interesting IoT/Robotics project over the past two months.
The… Read more
Customer-centric solutions demand empathy. But, how we employ this principle within design thinking is as critical—if not more—as what we do in the process. Certain slices can be easily repeated—that’s the science part. However, not everything fits neatly into a template. More than anything else, we rely on our creativity to accurately frame a problem …continue reading The Art And Science Of Customer Empathy In Design Thinking
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New Computer Vision SDK Release Brings Faster Performance, Improves Deep Learning, & Supports More OSs
Just Released! Intel® Computer Vision SDK Beta R2
For computer vision, deep learning, video solutions (such as security cameras), or office automation, top systems may incorporate multi-channel… Read more
Transformation is happening all around us. Adopting technology to accelerate innovation and tackle business challenges is becoming pervasive across industries—financial services, life sciences, energy and agriculture. Transformation relies on powerful, scalable, intelligent and secure infrastructure. The Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor … Read more >
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Intel Files Statement With ITC: Qualcomm’s Anticompetitive Practices Are Against the Public Interest
Read our statement filed today with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) with regard to the serious public-interest issues raised by Qualcomm’s Complaint alleging infringement by certain Apple mobile devices.
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New hyperlocal air quality monitoring technologies help people find ways to breathe easier. When a layer of smog blankets an entire city, many people assume that the whole city is polluted. But that’s not always the case. Whether it’s rampant ragweed or a spewing factory, the air might be polluted on one block and breathable … Continued
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In my last blog, I discussed 5 reasons why more data doesn’t guarantee better decisions. I had picked what I considered my top five from a long list of reasons. I must have hit a nerve with our readers because the response has been tremendous. So today I’ve incorporated some of that feedback into this …continue reading 5 More Reasons Why More Data Doesn’t Guarantee Better Decisions
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Quick blog post to say that both MeshCentral2 and MeshCommander now fully support the RMCP discovery protocol for Intel® AMT. For a long time now, Intel® AMT has had the ability to respond to UDP… Read more
In the previous post, we explored why the time is right for healthcare organizations to implement an advanced analytics program as a core capability. To execute on this, I proposed that organizations consider the StartupCommons.org startup framework which outlines three stages of maturity. Using a startup framework to implement this capability encourages thinking about the …continue reading A Lean Startup Approach to Predictive Clinical Analytics in Healthcare, Part II
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At industry events and in my interactions with customers, I often encounter people who ask how the Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor compares with the latest Intel® Xeon® processors. Today, with the launch of the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable platform, this is an especially good time to field this question. While both processors are binary compatible, …continue reading Covering Your HPC Workloads with Intel Xeon and Intel Xeon Phi Processors
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On the brink of a breakthrough moment, virtual reality can trace its roots back to an “experience theater” contraption built in the 1960s. Recently divorced and new to the U.S., Marianne Gyorgy agreed to go on a blind date. The young journalist from Budapest took a bus to New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. … Continued
This week, Intel joined other Arizona businesses and business organizations signing an amicus brief to the Arizona Court of Appeals, supporting Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance (Phoenix City Code Section 18-4(B)) which, among other things, prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and … Read more >
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In May, I participated in a Tweet chat called “Precision Health 101 – Understanding the Keys to Value.” While Twitter provides a useful platform for engagement on broad concepts, its brevity necessarily limits the depth of discussion. I thought it might be useful to expand on some of the key concepts that were discussed during …continue reading Precision Health 101—Understanding the Keys to Value
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Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, Intel® Software Innovators, & Intel® Student Ambassadors: July 2017
Intel® Developers and Innovators were busy over the last month! Here’s an update on what the Intel® Software Innovators, Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, and Intel® Student Ambassadors were up… Read more
Sabrina Keller is a data planner in our Automated Driving Group(ADG) in Karlsruhe, Germany’s Hardware Engineering team. She tells us about the broad opportunities and benefits that are available to those who work in ADG, and how her perception of … Read more >
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