Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet. Traditionally that piece of advice has been to warn Internet users not to fall prey to Nigerian scams or download suspicious software which could load viruses into one’s computer. Till today, this … Read more >
Monthly Archives: March 2017
A well-functioning patent system that issues high-quality patents is critical to incentivize inventors to bring forward truly worthwhile innovations. At the same time, it is also critical to have an efficient post-grant review available as an alternative to expensive and … Read more >
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By Peter Cleveland, Vice President of the Global Policy Group at Intel Manufacturing is at the heart of what we do at Intel. We’re the largest and most technologically advanced semiconductor manufacturer in the world, and Intel plays a critical … Read more >
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Innovative companies use virtual reality, 360-degree video, augmented reality and other immersive technologies to create interactive worlds that pull audiences into the story. At the New York Hall of Science, children learn about sustainability in a whole new way. Forget the snooze-worthy films and the don’t-touch glass display cases of yesteryear. Today’s tech-savvy youth can … Continued
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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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
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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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
The post VR and Replay Tech Lets Fans Watch March Madness from Virtually Anywhere appeared first on iQ by Intel.
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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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 >
“Are we there yet?” It’s a familiar refrain for anyone who’s ever had the pleasure of taking a family road trip. Excitement, suspense, impatience, expectation—all packed into four little words. As we approach 5G deployment and the commercialization of 5G … Read more >
The post Are We There Yet? Excitement Builds as 5G Nears Commercial Deployment appeared first on Technology@Intel.
This blog was posted on behalf of Marne Dunn. Marne leads the Intel® She Will Connect Program, focused on closing the gender digital divide and enabling the empowerment of women through technology. Women’s History Month seems like … Read more >
The post A Quest to Close the Gender Digital Divide: How Are We Doing? appeared first on CSR@Intel.
Innovators are showing how 3D printers can bring cost savings and customization to a growing number of healthcare needs. Perhaps 3D printers are best known for their creative applications in fashion, design and maker spaces. Increasingly, the technology is proving beneficial to other fields like the auto industry and healthcare. Healthcare is one of the … Continued
From phone-controlled smart lightbulbs to temperature-controlled pillows and mattress pads, technological innovations are helping people get more shut-eye. Sleep eludes millions of Americans. Not getting enough sleep can lead to health problems, car crashes, accidents and errors at work, and just plain exhaustion. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) more than … Continued
The global nature of modern computing ecosystems and supply chains led to increased interest among the technologists and policy makers for studying approaches to trust. In technology, research in trust, trustworthiness, and trusted systems has risen sharply over the last … Read more >
The post Quick pace of technology development and the rise of self-assessment approaches in security appeared first on Policy@Intel.
Drones in Australia are helping to protect a threatened wallaby species, Great Barrier Reef corals, the dugong manatee and vast swaths of land. European colonists were dazzled by the Australian Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby’s pelt, hunting it to near extinction. Introduced predators like wild foxes and feral cats brought the species even closer to the brink, struggling to survive. Wildlife conservation efforts have … Continued
The post Saving the Australian Landscape, One Drone at a Time appeared first on iQ by Intel.
Researchers are breaking down the barrier between people and machines by teaching computers to recognize fear. On the 4th floor of the pristine Media Lab Complex at MIT lives a Nightmare Machine. These computers earned that nickname for a reason: they have been learning how to terrify people. A series of algorithms generates disturbing and … Continued
The Pikazo app uses a special neural algorithm to transform snapshots into works of art. Many children are natural-born artists, creating crayon masterpieces that their parents hang on their refrigerators. As they become adults they often lose the freedom to express themselves in art. When a coworker says she’s spending the weekend painting, most people … Continued
The post Pikazo Uses Artificial Intelligence to Turn Pics into Masterpieces appeared first on iQ by Intel.
At SXSW, industry insiders discuss how virtual reality (VR) is inspiring artists and musicians to explore new ways to transform music into a three-dimensional experience. From Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” to Frank Ocean’s “Endless,” visual albums are becoming a fixture of the music industry. With the high-quality video footage receiving as much attention as the audio, these … Continued