It goes without saying that water is a critical natural resource. It’s also an essential element of our semiconductor manufacturing process. As such, we have focused on sustainable water management for close to two decades, and just last year, we … Read more >
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When shopping online, today’s customers want all the personalization of an in-store experience. And when they walk into a brick-and-mortar store, they want continuity from this online experience, based on the choices they made across all other touchpoints. Savvy retailers … Read more >
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We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with JDA Software GVP Product Strategy Todd McCourtie to discuss the future of brick-and-mortar stores. Successful retailing comes down to one thing: getting the right product into shoppers’ hands. That may sound simple, … Read more >
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A Teacher’s Perspective on Using Digital Tools to Encourage Democracy and Participation in an International Classroom
What do you think when you hear the phrase ‘democracy in the classroom’? Before I started teaching at an international state school in Berlin, I associated democracy at school with heated political debates among secondary school students and with democratic institutions like student councils. These are indeed highly valued practices at Berlin’s secondary schools. Yet …continue reading A Teacher’s Perspective on Using Digital Tools to Encourage Democracy and Participation in an International Classroom
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is fast becoming the transformational technology for both business and society as a whole. Gartner recently added General Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, and Deep Learning to its 2017 hype cycle; the Web overflows with think pieces on what AI is, how to develop an AI strategy, and how to build a …continue reading Intel at O’Reilly: Fast Forward AI in the Data Center
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Today Intel signed an amicus brief along with other companies in support of the request of the International Refugee Assistance Project to affirm the decisions of the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning the Entry Ban Executive Order. … Read more >
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Natalie Cheung quickly rose from MIT engineering grad to Intel general manager of a drone innovation team that’s revolutionizing nighttime entertainment at outdoor concerts, theme parks and city festivals around the world. When Natalie Cheung’s team flew 100 light-equipped drones and lit up the night sky outside Hamburg, Germany in November 2015, it set a … Continued
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As the deadline of May 25, 2018, for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance looms near, together with steep penalties for non-compliance of up to 4 percent of total worldwide annual turnover, any organization working with sensitive data of European citizens needs to identify and address security gaps to ensure compliance. This includes, but is not …continue reading Six Top Security Gaps in Healthcare Organizations
In a recent interview with Andy Bartley, senior solutions architect in the Health and Life Sciences Group at Intel, we dove into the topic of predictive analytics and the role it plays in healthcare today and into the future. During the interview, Andy framed the discussion well when he said that hospitals have made investments …continue reading Getting Value Out of Predictive Analytics Today and Preparing for the Future
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Are you going to SC17?
I find myself asking that question a lot lately. If you’re attending SC17, head to Denver a few days early so you won’t miss the Intel® HPC Developer Conference 2017. Even if… Read more
Whether you are an avid game developer or curious about developing in VR for the first time, you’ll want to take a look at Unreal Engine from Epic Games. Unreal* Engine is a free development platform… Read more
Drones are becoming essential data collection tools for industries and organizations. Drones are no longer just flying robots with cameras. They’ve become digital eyes in the sky, harvesting visual data that computers transform into valuable insights and efficiencies. Today, commercial drones are creating 3D maps of bridges and construction sites, surveying previously unexplored areas of … Continued
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If you watched any of the US Open Tennis matches over the past few weeks and viewed the advertisements, you’ve no doubt heard that the IoT revolution is upon us. We are hearing about following tomato shipments by blockchains and … Read more >
Every time I travel to China, I can’t help feeling thrilled by the pace of innovation happening here, and the passion of individuals and organizations towards change, change that disrupts tradition with the introduction of new technologies. Last week, I had the pleasure to speak at the Baidu ABC Summit where we announced the Baidu …continue reading Powering Baidus ABC Vision with Intel Architecture
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By Barb Whye, VP of Human Resources and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Each year, from September 15 to October 15, we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. This is a time to recognize and celebrate … Read more >
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For a glimpse of the future, look at the cities of today. The vast majority of economic activity, innovation, and energy consumption already happens in urban areas, leading 77 million people to relocate from rural to urban areas every year. … Read more >
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More and more businesses are moving operations to the cloud, and they’re doing so for a variety of reasons. Ease of access to data, speed of processing, and easier deployment of updates to name a few. Businesses in the telecommunications (telco) industry are no exception. Complex traditional architectures are becoming increasingly inefficient, and providers are …continue reading Transitioning Telecommunications to Cloud Native Faster
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I’m excited to once again be a part of the IBC show, which kicks off today in Amsterdam. This annual event gives us a chance to demonstrate new technologies that enable digital media transformation in the 5G network era. Intel will power a range of solutions for user-generated live streaming, on-demand content, and immersive experiences. …continue reading Intel Leads the Digital Media Transformation in the 5G Network Era at IBC
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Intel recently introduced the Intel® Optane™ SSD Data Center P4800X with Intel® Memory Drive Technology — a cost-effective way to extend system memory capacity beyond today’s DRAM limits. DRAM suffers from two problems. Its capacity typically is limited to 1.5TB per processor and it’s incredibly expensive per terabyte. The cost of adding capacity to meet …continue reading New Intel Solution Greatly Extends System Memory Capacity while Reducing Cost per Terabyte
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Do any of the following look familiar? Lack of leadership, hesitation from leadership, lack of skills, lack of alignment, culture challenges, unclear metrics for success, difficulty attracting talent, lack of employee buy-in, fear of failure, ambiguity surrounding accountability, lack of customer centricity, digital as a bolt-on, lack of empowerment. That’s not an exhaustive list, but …continue reading I Know I Need to Change – Now What?