Category Archives: Policy

Bringing (Artificial) Intelligence to Washington D.C.

By David A. Hoffman, Associate General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer On November 7th, Naveen Rao, Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Artificial Intelligence Products Group travelled to Washington D.C. to participate in a public panel of thought leaders to … Read more >

Intel Guides Conversation on Global Approaches and Standardization to Improve Cyber Risk Management at CyberNextDC

By Jackie Medecki and Riccardo Masucci The inaugural “CyberNextDC Privacy. Partnership. Protection.” conference took place in Washington DC on Oct 25 and was sponsored by the Coalition for Cybersecurity Policy and Law led by Ari Schwartz, the Cyber Threat Alliance … Read more >

Intel launches the Health Application Platform to Provide Better and More Efficient Care

Intel announced the launch of the Intel® Health Application Platform, software that, when coupled with an Intel-architecture-based design specification implemented by a third-party hardware vendor, can help enable healthcare solution providers to securely and reliably deliver distributed healthcare services and … Read more >

Intel Recommends Public Policy Principles for Artificial Intelligence

By Naveen Rao, Vice President and General Manager, Artificial Intelligence Products Group The computational advances of the past few years have enabled a new era of innovation – one in which machines can analyze vast amounts of data and find … Read more >

Precision Medicine Is the Next Global Space Race. Will the US Lead?

By: Alice B. Borrelli, Global Director for Healthcare Policy, Intel Kathleen Lynch, Senior Director, Global Government Affairs & Public Policy, Illumina DNA sequencing is advancing faster than nearly any other technology in history—and it’s setting off the next global space … Read more >