by Bob Rogers, chief data scientist for big data solutions Technology and healthcare recently came together as part of a public forum at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. I was honored to join representatives from the FCC and the … Read more >
Monthly Archives: July 2016
There was recently a security vulnerability reported to the Crosswalk team. I want to talk about this vulnerability here because this is how vulnerabilities should be handled. In Intel’s Open Source Technology Center (and Intel in general), we always try … Read more >
Privacy and “Drones for Good” by Paula J. Bruening Intel lit up the night sky in Sydney, Australia last month with its first public Drones 100 show. While the display over the Opera House dazzled, it also highlighted the tremendous potential … Read more >
by Peter Pitsch 5G is expected to be substantially different than today’s mobile networks, ushering in a wide-range of applications. We are moving from the current world of mobility for voice and data applications to an era in which not … Read more >
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Portugal continues on the successful path towards broadband market deregulation In its most recent market analysis – just submitted to the European Commission – the Portuguese regulator (ANACOM) decided, based on its assessment of market conditions, the proportionality of obligations … Read more >
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Building Trust for Precision Medicine by Barbara Greenspan, Legal Counsel for Health and Life Sciences and Alice Borrelli, Global Director for Healthcare Policy Precision Medicine offers the medical community new tools for patient care based upon the many factors that … Read more >