There was nothing shocking in a recent Computer Weekly article on the top UK cyber threats: Banking malware, DDoS, ransomware and CEO fraud. One quote did catch my eye. Mike Hulett, head of… Read more
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There is a lot of buzz this week about 5G and how it will improve the way we live, work and play. One of the first areas where we will see the significant impact of 5G is in fixed wireless … Read more >
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By Yuval Noimark, GameFly Streaming
For game developers and the users they serve, the future is cloudy—and that’s a good thing. Increasingly, the infrastructure for developing and delivering games… Read more
Black History Month is a time to reflect upon the important contributions that African Americans have made to the world as a whole, and to all of our lives here at Intel. Employees from around the country gathered for a … Read more >
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By Danielle Brown, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, VP of Human Resources Intel is evolving, and diversity and inclusion are among the most important forces driving that evolution and reinvention. Meeting our diversity hiring and retention goals in 2016 demanded … Read more >
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There was nothing shocking in a recent Computer Weekly article on the top UK cyber threats: Banking malware, DDoS, ransomware and CEO fraud. One quote did catch my eye. Mike Hulett, head of operations for the National Cyber Crime Unit was talking about how people get started in cybercrime. “For just $10 of software, teens …continue reading The Hidden Problem with Easy Cybercrime
It’s well known that women are a minority in the tech field, so last year we decided that we wanted to be a part of the International Women’s Day (IWD) movement and do our part to help celebrate… Read more
The Circle, by Dave Eggers, follows Mae Holland as she starts a new job at The Circle, an online services company that is rapidly expanding into the digital lives of people around the world. Mae was… Read more
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a photomask worth? SPIE’s 2017 Advanced Lithography Conference is underway and Dr. Frank Abboud, Vice President Technology Manufacturing Group and General Manager, Intel Mask Operation kicked off his … Read more >
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In the course of our work with Intel’s data science and artificial intelligence initiatives, we often encounter people who are excited about the potential of artificial intelligence, and eager to learn more about the things Intel is doing to drive the industry forward. In many cases, these people have read about Intel’s focus on …continue reading Advancing Your Data Scientist Career: Paths to Success
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I just got finished watching the documentary “13th” on Netflix. We’re in a season of really good movies this year about the experience of being black in the US, including “Hidden Figures” and… Read more
Asaf Shelly has been an Intel® Black Belt Software Developer since 2010 and is also an Intel® Software Innovator. With an entrepreneur spirit he is a community leader in Israel driving Internet of… Read more
The Intel® Xeon Phi™ product family shares the same architecture, Intel® Architecture, with the Intel® Xeon® processor family, and is optimized for parallel computing. It trades off sequential… Read more
It’s time for this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 27 to March 2, and I’m excited to share what we have in store for the Internet of Things (IoT). At MWC 2017, Intel will show how 5G will … Read more >
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Intel® IoT Solutions Hackathon
Developers have the opportunity to create next generation of connected devices and solutions at the Intel® IoT Solutions Hackathon in Furth, Germany March 11-12,… Read more
Fabrizio Lapiello is an Intel® Software Innovator from Caserta, Italy. Fabrizio has taken his technology skills and used them to create a learning academy to help entrepreneurs in Italy as well as to… Read more
Intel Software Innovators: Promoting International Women’s Day and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
Inclusiveness and a diverse culture are very important to Intel. Last year Intel sponsored several events worldwide in support of International Women’s Day and it was a great success (pictures below… Read more
Six months ago, I started a blog with the phrase “Scientists dream about great things. Engineers do them.” Today, I am proud not only to tell you that Intel is indeed doing great things in 5G, but also to show … Read more >
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Technology advances have made security systems and digital surveillance systems ubiquitous. They are no longer in the exclusive realm of office complexes, government buildings or palatial estates. Security and surveillance technologies are available for almost any venue or application. This … Read more >
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For decades, industrial control systems have been generating enormous volumes of data, but in many cases that data hasn’t been fully employed to help companies reduce operating costs, improve reliability, and increase productivity—three goals that amount to the holy grail of manufacturing. Until recently, the path forward has been blocked by insufficient compute power, storage, …continue reading The Future of Manufacturing with Data Analytics and Machine Learning
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