Monthly Archives: September 2016

Building Trust Between Human and Machine on the Road to Automated Vehicles

It’s a tremendously exciting time to work in smart and connected transportation. Automated vehicles are redefining our relationship with automobiles, and the promise of fully automated driving—zero accidents, less pollution, greater mobility, more productivity—is thrilling. Yet there is a growing … Read more >

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Connectivity for a European Gigabit Society – starting today?

The European Commission proposed in September 14 a “connectivity package” containing, amongst others, a Code to overhauling the current EU telecoms rules and an Action Plan for 5G, aiming to meet Europeans’ growing connectivity needs and boost Europe’s competitiveness. Intel … Read more >

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“Closing the Talent Gap in Federal IT” — A Model Congressional Hearing!

By Thomas Gann, Director, Global Public Sector, Government and Policy Group, Intel Corporation It’s fair to say that the terms “Inspirational” and “Congressional hearing” rarely go together.  Too often hearings focus on the scandal of the day or on arcane … Read more >

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Demonstrating innovation and safety: drones take flight in the European Parliament

  By Kirsty Macdonald With its spiralling glass and steel atrium and myriad overlaying bridges, the European Parliament might not be the most obvious place to fly a drone but that is exactly what we did at a conference on … Read more >

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STEM-tastic Results in our Oakland Education Initiative

Posted for Barbara Whye, the Executive Director of Strategy and External Alliances in Intel’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Office – you can follow her on Twitter @steministbarb. The Intel-Oakland Unified School District initiative has produced fantastic results in year one … Read more >

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Devising the Theory of Economic Incentives for Cybersecurity

Technologists pursuing interesting and elegant solutions in cybersecurity frequently lack the knowledge of economics to anticipate the influences of other technologies, existing infrastructure, and technology evolution on the potential  success of the technologies they are creating.  Viable solutions may not … Read more >

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Podcast: Mike Bates Discusses Distributed Energy Resources and Changing Business Models for Utilities

In the above podcast, Mike Bates, Director of Energy at Intel, discusses how energy and utilities’ business models are changing and how distributed energy resources will be tied into the energy markets. Mike also shares some insights into the exciting trends … Read more >

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Intel Commends the Advent of Federal Autonomous Vehicle Guidelines

Marjorie Dickman, Global Director & Managing Counsel of Internet of Things Policy at Intel Corporation As a global technology leader in advancing the future of fully autonomous driving, Intel appreciates the U.S. Department of Transportation’s announcement today of guidelines for … Read more >

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Open source software is leading us into a technical utopia

It’s unlike anything else in any industry. Open source software can turn individual developers into influencers overnight. Free enterprises from decades-long licensing dependencies. Turn startups into publicly traded companies in no time. But it’s not new. The practice of openly … Read more >

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Meet the Future of Driving: High Performance In-Vehicle Compute with Headroom to Grow

It’s truly an exciting time for in-vehicle computing. What started with parking assist and rearview cameras has evolved into lane departure warning and dynamic cruise control, requiring more intelligence and compute in the vehicle. Each step toward the vision of … Read more >

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America’s Path Progresses to a National “Internet of Things” Strategy

By Marjorie Dickman, Global Director & Managing Counsel, IoT Policy at Intel Corporation In nearly unanimous vote of 367-4, the House of Representatives approved a resolution this week calling for the United States to develop a national strategy to advance … Read more >

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Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – Social Platforms are Next (Part 2)

Continuation from part 1: Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation Cyber criminals are always looking for victims and ways to exploit them.  Stealing what is valuable is the goal.  Cryptocurrencies hold tremendous wealth, but … Read more >

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Cryptocurrencies are a Target for Cybercriminals – The New Risks of Innovation (part 1)

All cryptocurrencies are a target for cybercriminals.  Anywhere there is value, criminals, fraudsters, and charlatans will soon follow.  It is the Willie Sutton principle.  Willie, a famous bank robber in the 20’s-30’s, was asked why he robbed banks.  He was … Read more >

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The power of simulation and why developers should consider it mandatory—A conversation with IoT expert Sangeeta Ghangam

Getting your system and software architecture right is very important to the success of a product. It is particularly important when the system you are building has a long expected life time. Internet-of-Things (IoT) edge analytics is such a system, … Read more >

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