Digital signage offers an exciting future for retailers, and that future carries with it the promise of visual retail. What is visual retail? In its most basic form, visual retail consists of displays that have computing power behind them. While that may sound simple, the potential this technology offers to retailers, educators, and smart cities …continue reading Visual Retail and the Future of Business
Yearly Archives: 2017
The concept of facial recognition, iris scanning, and biometric security may sound like something right out of a sci-fi movie, but there’s nothing fictional about it. It’s very real, and it’s coming to a phone, laptop, and bank near you soon. The entire financial industry is rushing to invest in cybersecurity at a time when …continue reading Banking Cybersecurity: New Trends in Biometric Security
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While the high-tech industry continues to bloom in Israel – gaining the country international recognition as the “Start-Up Nation” – the number of young people studying high-level math and sciences actually dropped by 30% in the last five years. This … Read more >
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“When I grow up, I want to be a CIO”, said no child…ever! Firefighter, police officer, doctor, just about anything…but not CIO! Steve Ginsberg’s Path to CIO included stops in Hollywood, the recording studio, and most recently the streaming music business. Ginsberg, the former CIO of Pandora Internet Radio, has had a fascinating journey along …continue reading The Path to CIO: Play That Funky Music Tech Boy
As computing granularity increases, so does the need for enhanced security.
We used to build walls to protect ourselves. We built physical walls around physical servers, then virtual walls around… Read more
New Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v6 Product Family Delivers Essential Performance and Visuals for Professionals
Designed for Professionals The demands of your business computing needs are growing in sophistication and complexity. Workstations that are just a few years old are no longer capable of supporting the demands of today’s workloads that are increasing in capabilities. New business opportunities, customers and workload requirements drive a need for tools and technology that …continue reading New Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v6 Product Family Delivers Essential Performance and Visuals for Professionals
From finding pet-friendly hotels to monitoring pets in airline cargo holds, new apps make traveling with furry family members simpler and safer. It’s been said that a journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. Whether those miles are spent on planes, trains or automobiles, travel with furry friends is on the rise: 37 … Continued
When Henry Ford introduced the Model T in the fall of 1908, he likely didn’t comprehend the full scope of events he would set in motion. Come 1914, and Ford’s production line had reduced assembly times from 12 hours to less than two and a half hours, slashed the going price of an automobile, and …continue reading Cloud war collateral: What the rise of AWS, Azure has meant for data centers
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So this is retirement? As I noted earlier, I may no longer be working for Intel, but I do intend to stay active in the Fortran and Intel development communities. While I am back in the forum… Read more
With applications open for the Intel Education Accelerator 2017 cohort, you may be wondering how best to get a spot in this unique program for companies trying to drive excellence in education and gain expertise and resources from Intel. First things first, you must be from a company that shares Intel’s dedication to accelerating innovation …continue reading Tips for Intel Education Accelerator Applicants
Using WHOI’s deep-sea submersible vehicle Alvin, a drone called Sentry, an underwater video camera and other technologies, a team of scientists explore, and three-dimensionally map, a chain of volcanoes on the Pacific Ocean floor. According to satellite data, there should have been a mountain at the specified coordinates, right between the Pacific Ocean’s Seamount Chain … Continued
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As the recently-passed 21st Century Cures Act is implemented, we suggest a six-factor approach to advancing the practical applications of genomics. The goal is to create transformative opportunities to expand our understanding of biomedicine, reshape clinical care, and improve human health while broadening opportunities for innovation and economic growth. Share the Data – Without friction-free, …continue reading Accelerating Genomic Medicine
Intel® NUC and Amazon Alexa* Webinar
April 6, 2017 | 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PST
Join us to learn how to use Intel® IoT technology and Amazon Alexa* skills to create custom voice powered IoT… Read more
A program at the University of California, Santa Cruz is paving the way for more women to start a career in the video game industry. All of the men in Iman Fayek’s childhood were obsessed with video games. Her father played them. Her brother played them. The guys who worked at her father’s mom and … Continued
Experts describe how VR and Intel 360-degree replay technologies are making NCAA’s Big Dance more engaging than ever before. Imagine sitting courtside during March Madness, close enough to see sweat beads ripple down the muscles of student athletes racing up and down the court. Picture seeing a player’s shot from every imaginable angle, or hearing the … Continued
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This blog was posted on behalf of Gabriela A. Gonzalez. She is Deputy Director of U.S. Corporate Affairs at Intel and a PhD student at Arizona State University. She is also the first in her family to graduate from … Read more >
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When Ace of Base sang “I saw the sign and it opened up my eyes” with their number one hit “The Sign” in 1993, they had no idea how eye-opening the namesake of their song would one day become. Now, over twenty years later, technological advances in the Internet of Things (IoT) and field-programmable gate …continue reading How to Make the Most of a Moment With Digital Signage
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Have you heard about the Data Science Bowl? It’s a 90 day competition on Kaggle to make great things happen. Data Science Bowl 2017 is about improving lung cancer detection and working towards the… Read more
The pace of innovation in the data center is relentless and has been driven by Intel and Moore’s Law for decades. 2017 is shaping up to be no different. This year’s innovation will be built on decades of continuous investment in Intel architecture, and will further propel data center capabilities into the forefront of …continue reading Accelerating the Pace of Data Center Innovation
This blog was posted on behalf of Pia Wilson-Body. Pia is the Executive Director of the Intel Foundation and the Director of the Corporate Affairs Group at Intel- Greater Americas. The Intel Foundation award grants focused on increasing opportunities for … Read more >