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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I read with great interest last month Betty Dunagan’s article on why unstructured data is still important to healthcare providers. Overall, the article is spot on; health organizations will need to continue the shift from paper to digital, utilize a variety of data sources and types, and quickly turn information into knowledge and actionable insights. …continue reading Digital Transformation is a Healthcare Imperative
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As part of the Intel AI Day events late last year, I had the good fortune to moderate a precision medicine panel discussion featuring four healthcare luminaries. This is a topic that is close to my heart, given that I have spent much of the past 10 years focused on building analytics capabilities and …continue reading Making Healthcare More Human with Artificial Intelligence
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As I make my way to Orlando for the annual HIMSS Conference, I’m excited to find out what the healthcare industry has to showcase this year. I am already seeing the industry embrace digital transformation and I think we will see that there is real traction going into 2017 around precision health and patient centered …continue reading On the Road to Precision Health at HIMSS 17
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In this third of a series of posts, Intel’s America’s Regional Director for Government and Education shares his insights into how today’s students can prepare for tomorrow’s challenges and how industry partners can best support the development of these skills. How can we help students to develop the skills they need for the future? I think …continue reading Ed-Tech Talk: Building Student Skills for Future Success
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It’s an oft-used job interview question that’s a quick way for hiring managers to glimpse into a job applicant’s goals and priorities. Is this person motivated, proactive, and likely to stick around and work hard? Does she have a plan to achieve these goals, and do they align with where the company wants to be? …continue reading Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?
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Healthcare organizations are optimizing infrastructure to improve efficiency and reduce cost. Running InterSystems Caché on software-defined storage using VMware Virtual SAN™ and the Intel® SSD Data Center Family for PCIe delivers high performance with significant savings. Typical savings of 30 to 40 percent versus SAN have already driven over 7000 VMware vSAN customers to make …continue reading Optimize Healthcare IT Infrastructures
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Intel is extremely proud of our nearly two-decade partnership with Society for Science & the Public and the millions of amazing young scientists and technologists who have inspired us through their talents and passion for changing the world. Read more >
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Blockchain is coming to a transaction near you. Perhaps not in its current form as Bitcoin, but in a second incarnation, where it will be used for medical records, financial transactions, contract… Read more
Digital disruption is here to stay. Much like the electronic revolution that led to PCs, mobile phones and smart devices, energy grids are on the verge of a major change. Consider the network of power plants, utilities and power lines … Read more >
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An article appeared very recently in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Mall Owners Head for Exits As Retail Tenants Move Out”. The headline speaks for itself. What was most startling though, was what the article mentioned had occurred in January. … Read more >
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When the mind wanders to images of a romantic Valentine’s Day, it’s likely that a candlelit dinner, a bouquet of roses, perhaps even a ring — depending upon one’s marital status — are varying elements of an enchanting reverie. What’s probably not conjured up in this fantasy is a lonely data center manager whose deep-set …continue reading Step aside Cupid: romance starts in the data center
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Saving Human Civilization Cancer. Infectious disease. Common multi-genic disease. Medication safety and efficacy. Could genomic medicine benefit yet more areas of health? You bet. Genomic medicine could save human civilization. Epidemics can end civilizations. Hernan Cortez’s 500 “conquistadors” subdued Mexico in the 1500s not with gunpowder, but with smallpox that ultimately killed 95 percent of …continue reading Part 4: Precision Medicine — Not Just for Oncology
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Resetting the Lowest n Set Bits
What are your options when you not only want to delete one bit, but a given number of bits n? We present multiple variations including a performant… Read more
Now that Intel® AMT 11.6 is released, it’s finally time to circle back and highlight a big new feature of 11.6 that has been in the works for a long time: Web Storage and the ability for the default… Read more
Trend Watch: What to Look for in 2017
In 2017, we’re going to see even more ways of using technology to connect to the world around us. Whether your focus is on consumer apps or you’re interested in… Read more
Vulkan* targets high performing real-time 3D graphics applications, like games, while giving low-overhead hardware control over GPU acceleration to developers. Vulkan* utilizes many open-source… Read more
Next week at RSA, security thought-leaders from around the world will come together to talk about strategies for safeguarding identities and data in a complex world of increasing cyber threats. We’ve seen the headlines on identity and data hacks; we know the costs are high both financially and to a company’s brand. It’s time for …continue reading Security for a Digital World
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