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  1. An important computing platform for the future, drones can help people work and they can delight in nighttime aerial spectacles. Intel’s leaders are positioning the company to provide the compute, sensor, communications and cloud integration for the growing drone ecosystem. Preserving the Great Wall Intel Technology Aids in Preserving the Great Wall of China Intel’s … Continued

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  2. » Download video: “Inspection Team Uses Intel Falcon 8+ in Aerial Inspection of the Great Wall of China (B-roll)” Intel’s partnership with the China Foundation for Cultural Heritage Conservation (CFCHC) to protect and preserve the Jiankou section of the Great Wall of China is underway. And experts from Wuhan University LIESMARS have been added to … Continued

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  3. EMPLOYEES Total employees: About 100,000 Top management: Top executives; board of directors Company information, details on board of directors’ and top executives’ roles: Proxy FINANCIALS Financial results (revenues, net incomes): Quarterly, annual reports Stock: INTC, trading on Nasdaq Stock Market Fortune 500 rank: 46 (2018) STRATEGY & POLICY Corporate strategy: Annual Report Corporate governance: Governance … Continued

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  4. Fifty years ago, Intel was built with a purpose: to ponder what might be possible – to imagine, question and then do wonderful things in pursuit of a better future. Our 50th Anniversary is a rare moment for us to honor our heritage and accomplishments of the past while celebrating how we’re creating a bright … Continued

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  5. By Dan McNamara Intel is competing to win in the largest-ever addressable market for silicon, which is being driven by the explosion of data and the need to process, analyze, store and share it. This dynamic is fueling demand for computing solutions of all kinds. Of course Intel is known for world-class CPUs, but today … Continued

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  6. » Download all images (ZIP, 4 MB) What’s New: Intel today announced the release of the new Intel® Xeon® E-2100 processor. The Intel Xeon E processor, successor to the Intel Xeon E3 processor, is designed for entry-level workstations that provide creators with powerful, single-threaded application performance with a platform optimized for reliability and affordability. “With … Continued

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  7. Fifty years ago, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel with a purpose: To ponder what might be possible. To imagine, to question and to do wonderful in pursuit of a better future. In honor of our golden anniversary, we’re embracing Noyce’s inspiring challenge, “Don’t be encumbered by history, go off and do something wonderful.” … Continued

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  8. Event Replay: Following the recent formation of a White House Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence, debate is heating up around the administration’s appropriate response toward regulating AI. Intel’s Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Artificial Intelligence Naveen Rao opens a conversation about the role of government in shaping the future of AI. Rao will … Continued

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  9. We encounter artificial intelligence in our daily tasks when we use talk-to-text and photo tagging technology. We see it contributing to cutting-edge innovations: precision medicine, injury prediction and autonomous cars. By allowing machines to learn, reason, act and adapt in the real world, artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping businesses unlock deeper levels of … Continued

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  10. By Naveen Rao Most people agree that artificial intelligence (AI) will transform modern society in positive ways. From autonomous cars that will save thousands of lives, to data analytics programs that may finally discover a cure for cancer, to machines that give voice to those who can’t speak, AI will be known as one of … Continued

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  11. » Download all images (ZIP, 9 MB) As part of Intel’s 50th anniversary celebration, Bob Swan, interim chief executive officer, today presented items from a time capsule buried during the company’s 35th anniversary at its Santa Clara, California, headquarters. In addition, Swan prepared a new time capsule that will be uncovered at Intel’s 75th anniversary … Continued

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  12. » Download all images (ZIP, 4 MB) In 1970, Dov Frohman was finishing his first year at Intel. He had just graduated with a PhD in computer science and was working on early memory products. And he was on the brink of inventing one of the most important tools for the future of computing: erasable … Continued

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  13. UPDATE, 9:30 a.m. PDT, July 4: The drone show scheduled for July 4, 2018, at Travis Air Force Base has been canceled and rescheduled. Intel released this statement: We decided to cancel the performance today as a result of high winds that would have interfered with drone flight. Our drones can fly in winds up … Continued

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  14. What’s New: Baidu today announced that it plans to work with Mobileye to integrate and commercially deploy Mobileye’s Responsibility Sensitive Safety (RSS) model in both the open source Project Apollo and commercial Apollo Pilot programs. Baidu also announced plans to adopt Mobileye’s Surround Computer Vision Kit as the visual perception solution; it will be integrated as … Continued

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  15. What’s New: Today at Baidu* Create in Beijing, Intel Vice President Gadi Singer shared a series of collaborations with Baidu on artificial intelligence (AI), including powering Baidu’s Xeye* a new AI retail camera with Intel® Movidius™ vision processing units (VPUs); highlighting Baidu’s plans to offer workload acceleration as a service using Intel® FPGAs; and optimizing PaddlePaddle*, … Continued

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  16. At the Jan. 6, 2014, keynote speech at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Intel announced that in the coming year all of Intel’s microprocessors would be sourced from a “conflict-free” metal supply chain. Intel was the first U.S. technology company to make such an announcement. Intel had worked for years to get to that … Continued

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  17. In advance of Intel’s 50th anniversary, Gordon Moore offered an interview about the company’s early days and the personalities that built the foundation of its success. Moore, a founder of Intel with Robert Noyce, spoke of the pair’s departure from Fairchild Semiconductor; the naming of Intel; the choice of Silicon Valley — Santa Clara, California, … Continued

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  18. NEWS HIGHLIGHTS 37 percent of survey respondents already use artificial intelligence (AI) today, though most to a limited extent 54 percent of respondents expect widespread adoption of AI within the next five years Respondents see a lack of trust in AI among patients (36 percent) as well as clinicians (30 percent) as barrier to adoption … Continued

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  19. Join Intel’s Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Artificial Intelligence Naveen Rao as he opens a conversation about the role of government in shaping the future of AI. Following the recent formation of a White House Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence, debate is heating up around the administration’s appropriate response toward regulating AI. A … Continued

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  20. Where 4G was about moving data faster, 5G will bring more powerful wireless networks that connect “things” to each other, to people and to the cloud. The 5G network will set the stage for data-rich services and sophisticated cloud apps, delivered faster and with lower latency than ever. It will transform our lives by helping … Continued

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