Monthly Archives: February 2017

African American Employees come together to celebrate Black History Month and their Communities

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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Reflections on Intel’s Diversity & Inclusion Journey: 2016 Diversity & Inclusion Annual Report

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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Making Genomic Healthcare Available to Everyone

This cancer patient sequenced his DNA, found a trial treatment that’s working and now he’s using music to raise money for technologies that can make genomic healthcare — precision medicine — available to people fighting deadly diseases. Told he didn’t have long to live, 46-year-old Bryce Olson is watching his prescribed expiration date shrink in the … Continued

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Maskmaking – 50 Years of History in Enabling Moore’s Law Will Continue with EUV

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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5G: The Communications Key to Autonomous Driving

As more self-driving cars hit the road in the coming years, sophisticated communications systems will rely on a fast, reliable network that’s capable of being a data superhighway. Self-driving or autonomous cars are a hot topic, but the road to autonomous driving is curvy and complicated. It’s full of blind turns as engineers, automakers, regulators and … Continued

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Stress Management Tech Keeps Calm

From artificial intelligence-powered smartphone apps to wearable technologies, new innovations are helping people find and stick with meditation and stress-relief methods best suited for their lifestyle. In many ways, technology contributes to high stress levels by encouraging a breakneck, get-this-done-yesterday pace. Some innovators, however, are using tech to reduce stress, encourage calmness and improve wellbeing. … Continued

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Will Digital Health Data Lead to Better Care?

Experts explain how mindshifts and new technologies can lead to smarter, accessible healthcare services. Reports show global healthcare IT could become a $200 billion industry by 2020, but experts say these are challenging times for healthcare organizations navigating regulations and a wave of digital health data technologies. Using technology to improve healthcare quality, safety and efficiency … Continued

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Will Data-Driven Healthcare Bring Precision Medicine to All?

Experts discuss a medical ecosystem where people, policies and technology interconnect, allowing doctors to administer precise treatment to one patient — the N of 1 — and then deliver it to everyone. The old “take two aspirin and call me in the morning” cure is antithetical to today’s precision medicine approach to healthcare, which zeroes … Continued

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Technology Brings Spatial Awareness to People with Vision Loss

How researchers are combining depth camera and Internet of Things technologies with artificial intelligence to create a wearable that augments sensory awareness for people living with impaired vision. When he was 14, Darryl Adams learned his ability to see would gradually fade due to a hereditary eye condition known as Retinitis Pigmentosa. It was just … Continued

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Drone Innovation Trends to Watch in 2017

A look at new technology innovations shaping the future of consumer and commercial drones. Sales of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) are expected to nearly triple in the next three years, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. This growth is driven by drone technology innovation that’s bringing new capabilities and uses for flying robots, beyond fun and … Continued

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Intel files “Friend of the Court” Brief at the United States Supreme Court in the patent case, TC Heartland LLC vs Kraft Food Brands LLC

This week, Intel filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding venue for patent cases in TC Heartland LLC vs Kraft Food Brands LLC.  At issue in the case is whether jurisdiction for where patent cases may be brought … Read more >

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True VR Immerses Fans in Live Sports

Stereoscopic virtual reality technology lets fans experience live sports like never before. It used to be enough to listen to the baseball game on the radio, but then television came along and brought the audience into the game like never before. Color, graphics and digital technologies like the superimposed first-down yard line or moving swim … Continued

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Smart Underwater Imaging Aims to Save Endangered Marine Species

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego built an artificially intelligent camera technology, powered by an Intel Edison module, that could lead to autonomous monitoring systems for tracking endangered species. The world’s ocean ecosystems are in serious danger. Across the globe, warming ocean temperatures, ocean acidification, over-fishing, and habitat destruction are threatening countless marine … Continued

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Artificial Intelligence for Animal Lovers

From replacement lab rats to a lovable watch dog, Artificial Intelligence is helping to protect the animal kingdom. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is much more than the thinking, feeling robots often portrayed in pop culture. “Artificial intelligence is basically trying to have machines make sense, learn, and interface with the external world, without requiring programming by human … Continued

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