By Greg R. Pearson, Global Policy Officer, Senior Vice President at Intel
Last week we celebrated Intel’s 50th Anniversary. On July 18th, 50 years ago, Intel was founded by semiconductor pioneers Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in Santa Clara, California. Over the next five decades, the company evolved from memory maker to CPU innovator, introduced a generation to personal computers, and went on to be a global leader in fields as wide ranging as autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, drones and 5G networking.
I’ve been fortunate to be a part of Intel for more than half of those 50 years, and have personally seen how many of the innovations pioneered by the company have changed both the course of modern technology and people’s lives.
But I also know we didn’t do it alone…