Monthly Archives: June 2017

5 Reasons Why More Data Doesn’t Guarantee Better Decisions

Data alone may not be enough to guarantee better decisions, but better business decisions almost always start with data. Just capturing and storing data will not get us far. Disconnected and fragmented data can’t paint a complete picture because different segments linger in a detached state or in isolated buckets. Left disintegrated, they lack the …continue reading 5 Reasons Why More Data Doesn’t Guarantee Better Decisions

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Intel Applauds U.S. House Hearing on Self-Driving Cars

By Marjorie Dickman, Global Director & Associate General Counsel, Automated Driving and IoT Policy Today, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection convened a much anticipated hearing on “Self-Driving Vehicle Legislation.” Intel appreciates the strong leadership … Read more >

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New Intel Grant Program Invests $4.5 Million to Support STEM Pathways for HBCU Students

Shaping a more diverse technology industry requires that we rethink our sources of talent and broaden our recruiting pipeline to access available diverse talent. As part of our commitment to expand the talent pipeline, Intel is announcing the Intel HBCU … Read more >

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Inspiring a Love of Nature Through VR

From the sandstone dwellings of Petra to the sheer granite walls of Yosemite, computational photographer Greg Downing captures awe-inspiring places in VR. Photographer Greg Downing thought renting a donkey would be a good way to travel up the narrow cliffs to the lost ruins of Petra. After all, it’s a steep climb to the archaeological … Continued

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On the Road With the Vortex of Change: Australia

To make headway in a disruptive environment, many organizations need to embrace the constancy of change — “steady state” has left the building! Businesses also have to recognize the necessity of differentiation – retaining existing customers, winning new ones through a portfolio of differentiated, integrated, safe experiences is vital. This mindset doesn’t only apply to …continue reading On the Road With the Vortex of Change: Australia

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Product to Market Faster With Intel Xeon E5 v4

Before any product goes to market, it undergoes rigorous testing to make sure it meets quality standards and functions properly. Even a kid with a lemonade stand samples the product before he starts hocking his wares. But the more complex the product, the more time it takes to ensure it works the way it’s intended …continue reading Product to Market Faster With Intel Xeon E5 v4

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Building a Living Heart With Dassault Systèmes

The human heart beats an average of 72 times per minute, circulating blood filled with all the oxygen, glucose, and amino acids necessary to keep our bodies functioning. While it’s basically a pump, it’s a complex one, full of flexible muscle fibers and blood vessels. Studying and treating the diseases that affect this vital organ …continue reading Building a Living Heart With Dassault Systèmes

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New Films Use Virtual Reality to Immerse Movie Fans

Leading filmmakers use 360-degree video, 3D-game-like environments, immersive sound, head mounted displays, motion chairs and even scent emitters to pull movie fans into the action. One of this summer’s most anticipated movie releases, Spider-Man: Homecoming by Sony Pictures, brings the expected shots of the spandex-clad superhero navigating cityscapes by shooting ultra-strong, sticky webs from his … Continued

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Empathy, Design Thinking, And An Obsession With Customer-Centric Innovation

To deliver innovative, customer-centric solutions through design thinking, we must begin with empathy. In its simplest and purest form, empathy enables us to not only experience and understand another person’s circumstances, but it also puts us in our customers’ shoes to experience what they are feeling. This is where we find the innate struggle born out …continue reading Empathy, Design Thinking, And An Obsession With Customer-Centric Innovation

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Speeding Up Genomics Applications with Faster Compression

After several years of work on genomics with industry and academia, Intel has introduced the Genomics Kernel Library (GKL). This open-source code gives developers access to performance optimizations that accelerate genomics applications on Intel® architecture. It targets hardware based on Intel® Xeon® processors, FPGAs, and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. Intel is working with the Broad …continue reading Speeding Up Genomics Applications with Faster Compression

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Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 Fuels Risk Management

When it comes to money, taking a chance is a funny thing. Big risk means big reward, but big reward for little to no risk is the ideal situation. Unless your plan is to hide your savings in your mattress, a bit of risk is reality. Thankfully, technology is helping change that reality so your …continue reading Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 Fuels Risk Management

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Why Precision Medicine is Real, and Progressing

Precision medicine — medical care designed to optimize efficiency or therapeutic benefit for particular individuals or groups of patients, especially by using genetic or molecular profiling – has begun to revolutionize the way doctors predict and prevent disease, treat cancer and rare pediatric conditions, cardiovascular, pulmonary and renal diseases, and even non-invasive pre-natal care. Guess …continue reading Why Precision Medicine is Real, and Progressing

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Architected for the Data Center

A whole new world of digital experiences now shapes our business and personal lives –experiences that rely on smart devices, high-capacity networks and, above all else, powerful data centers. From smartphones to next-generation connected machines like automobiles and planes, data centers are integral to receive, process, analyze, store, and transmit all this data. The demands …continue reading Architected for the Data Center

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