Intel has the pleasure of joining 28 other companies in signing the White House Equal Pay Pledge, a pledge signed by over 50 companies to date. Launched at the 2015 United States of Women Summit on Women’s Equality Day, the pledge encourages U.S. companies to take action to advance equal pay and affirms the key role businesses play in reducing the pay gap.
At the 2016 Intel Developer Conference, senior Intel executives mapped out the company’s autonomous driving vision. The session outlined the business opportunity, headlined Intel’s end-to-end technology assets and nodded to its investment strategy.
Intel is a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. Thanks to the pervasive reach of cloud computing, the ever decreasing cost of compute enabled by Moore’s Law, and the increasing availability of connectivity, these connected devices are generating millions of terabytes of data every single day. The ability to analyze and derive value from that data is one of the most exciting opportunities for us all. Central to that opportunity is artificial intelligence.
Bridget Karlin, managing director of Intel’s Internet of Things Strategy, spelled out the future of autonomous driving and the company’s role in the business Friday during a Bloomberg West interview.
Intel appointed Paula Tolliver as corporate vice president and chief information officer (CIO), replacing Kim Stevenson who will take on a new role at the company. Tolliver joins Intel from Dow Chemical where she served as corporate vice president of business services and CIO. As Intel CIO, Tolliver will report to Intel chief financial officer Stacy Smith and joins the company’s management comm
A team from Intel and Airbus demonstrated an aircraft visual inspection with a modified AscTec Falcon 8 with Intel RealSense cameras. The demo took place during this week’s Farnborough International Airshow in England on an Airbus passenger airliner.
Once upon a time, businesses used technology to get work done. And while you can argue that many still do, technology has become a much bigger component to success. It would be more accurate to say businesses are technology, and the ability to execute that technology successfully sets them apart from competitors.
Transportation is among the most promising sectors for the Internet of Things (IoT). By converting vast amounts of data into meaningful and actionable intelligence, IoT can help solve many of modern society’s automotive safety, transportation efficiency, mobility and infrastructure challenges.
Intel is bringing data analytics in real-time to summer action sports. At the X-Fighters 2016 in Madrid, Intel is teaming up with Red Bull Media House to offer competitors and fans unprecedented insights into the amazing athletic feats accomplished during the motocross competition.
In preparation for summer travel season, Intel Security conducted a study, “Digital Detox: Unplugging on Summer Vacation,” to better understand the ways consumers stay digitally connected while traveling and ways they may unknowingly be putting their personal identity and devices at risk. Roughly 65 percent of U.S. respondents define being unplugged as having no internet usage at all, while half said being unplugged means they did not make any phone calls. The survey challenges a misconception in society that millennials would be the least likely to leave their devices behind on vacation – 49 percent of U.S. millennials actually admitted that they were willing to unplug on vacation, while only 37 percent of those respondents between 40-50 years of age would do so.
Diane Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group, laid out the future of Intel and its role in a connected world Tuesday at the Bloomberg Technology Conference in San Francisco. She was interviewed by Bloomberg reporter Max Chafkin, who with Ian King, wrote last week’s Businessweek story, “How Intel Makes a Chip.”The story illustrates the painstaking process for how Intel designs and manufactures complex processors.