Machine Learning Enables Deep Learning Data scientists, developers and researchers are using machine learning to gain insights previously out of their reach. Programs that learn from experience are helping them discover how the human genome works. Programs that understand the … Read more >
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Where were you August 25, 1991? I can’t recall exactly where I was or what I was doing, but I can tell you that day has had a profound effect on my life and career. Twenty-five years ago today, Linus … Read more >
This post was written by Gabriela A. Gonzalez, Deputy Director for U.S. and Latin America, Intel’s Corporate Affairs Group Intel recognizes that more needs to be done to help close the gender gap in the tech industry, and we will see … Read more >
The post Women in Science (WiSci): An Effective Public-Private Partnership in Action appeared first on CSR@Intel.
Recently, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made a ruling for CBRS or the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service in the 3.5 GHz band. This ruling opened up 150 MHz of much needed spectrum (3550-3700 MHz) for commercial use. While it … Read more >
Intel received recognition this week from Glassdoor.com in their Candidate’s Choice Award for Best Place to Interview. The list, composed of the 50 businesses with the best interview experience as rated by interview candidates themselves, included major names in a … Read more >
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Physical and virtual worlds are becoming the new merged reality. Faster than you think. Today, at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum (IDF), CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution made from the ground up. It’s an … Read more >
There’s a famous quote that says, “Scientists dream about great things. Engineers do them.” As we accelerate towards a 5G world, where not just everyone, but every “thing” is enabled with seamless connectivity and massive computing power via the cloud … Read more >
The post 5G Development Gets Agile with Intel’s 2nd Generation Mobile Trial Platform appeared first on Technology@Intel.
Data breaches are commonplace and every organization who handles sensitive or private data should have a proper capability to respond to an incident. Many companies have a basis set of procedures, while others maintain a mature set of people and … Read more >
It’s finally here: Three solid days devoted to the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) at San Francisco’s Moscone Center Aug. 16-18. From amazing experiences in virtual reality, 5G, autonomous driving, and IoT (including IoT in space!), IDF16 is sure to be … Read more >
The post Here’s Your Quick Guide to All Things IoT at IDF16 appeared first on IoT@Intel.
Yesterday while at work, I received the joy of a phone phishing Tax Fraud voicemail. I saw the unknown number appear on my cell phone while in a meeting and did not answer. But a little present was left by … Read more >
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure in Data Security Many years ago, I heard a story about a dangerous cliff that people were falling from. Supposedly, the crisis became so severe that ambulances were ultimately stationed … Read more >
In the race for deployment of smart grids, smart cities, and an all-things-smart infrastructure, it is not clear who is doing what and how you go about benchmarking or choosing who is doing best. But fear no more. More and … Read more >
Cruising through my neighborhood the other day it really began to dawn on me what Intel CEO Brian Krzanich means when he says that cars are the next smartphones. As a minivan full of kids whizzed past me on the … Read more >
The post Architecting the Future of 5G Transportation for a Better Life and a Safer World appeared first on IoT@Intel.
The Little Compute Stick Has Big New Things to Offer How many people have to be needlessly tortured in a conference room waiting for a presenter to get it together? Why must road weary business travelers endure a laptop-weighted backpack? Can’t … Read more >
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Our world communicates over Ethernet, with incredibly fast 10G and 40G networks leading the way. But this isn’t the case in industrial environments, like manufacturing and electrical power grids, that require deterministic communications for distributed control and measurement. Until recently, … Read more >
The post Time-Sensitive Networking to Fundamentally Change the Way Real-Time Industrial Systems Are Designed appeared first on IoT@Intel.
by Brian Krzanich, Chief Executive Officer At Intel, we believe that drones can be used to support cutting-edge research, create new jobs and industries, and most importantly, improve people’s lives. That is why I spoke earlier today at a White … Read more >
Science Fiction is full of examples of machines that can scan an object or an area and provide information about what they are looking at to an operator. Now that technology may be closer than ever thanks to new innovations … Read more >
The post Ascending Technologies Soars Ahead of the Curve with Intel RealSense and you’re Invited to Join! appeared first on Jobs@Intel Blog.
This is the second in a series of articles written by this author for Intel. Following articles will focus on expanding on the concepts introduced in this article. The last article set the stage for the kinds of changes that are … Read more >
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by Alan Gara, exascale chief architect High Performance Computing, the science of aggregating computing power to solve complex science and engineering problems, is a powerful set of emerging technologies with tremendous economic and strategic implications for companies and entire nations. … Read more >
The post Intel contributes to US leadership in High Performance Computing appeared first on Policy@Intel.
by Bob Rogers, chief data scientist for big data solutions Technology and healthcare recently came together as part of a public forum at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. I was honored to join representatives from the FCC and the … Read more >