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2018 Yearbook: Top Moments of Intel’s 50th Year

Intel Newsroom – 12.27.18 (12.19.18)

In 2018, Intel achieved the 50-year milestone, a huge accomplishment that most companies never achieve.

As the year ends, Intel’s 100,000 employees look back at 2018 with pride. But our focus is firmly fixed on building a smarter, more connected future for our communities and the world.

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Video: Artificial Intelligence: ‘A major turning point in human history’

Intel Newsroom – 12.18.18 (12.17.18)

 

Artificial Intelligence is not just the next big wave in computing — it’s a major turning point in human history. Intel is working with policymakers to create an environment that both fuels AI innovation and maximizes its social benefits well into the future.

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Images: 50th Anniversary Goal Achieved: Record Number of Intel Employee Volunteers Give Back across the Globe

Intel Newsroom – 12.17.18 (12.11.18)

Intel volunteers perform a variety of tasks to support Reaching Out, one of the largest emergency food pantries in San Jose, Calif. Intel announced on Dec. 11, 2018, that it exceeded its 50th anniversary volunteer goal with more than 63,000 employees – nearly 60 percent of its total employee population – giving more than 1 million hours of their time. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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New Intel Survey Finds People Are Excited about the Future 5G Enables Despite Knowledge Gap

Intel Newsroom – 12.7.18 (12.6.18)

Americans are excited about the future of 5G-enabled entertainment and are willing to pay more, but there is still much the industry needs to do to create anticipation and close the 5G knowledge gap, a new study from Intel says.

Read more: New Intel Survey Finds People Are Excited about the Future 5G Enables Despite Knowledge Gap

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