Intel and Montefiore Health Systems are using #IntelAI and predictive analytics to harness huge amounts of medical data to predict and prevent chronic health issues in patients, saving time and saving lives.
Today’s students have to think more critically, creatively and collaboratively than ever before – that’s why Intel is developing powerful learning tools that help prepare students for the future. From artificial intelligence to virtual reality, Intel-powered PCs allow educators to explore a range of new technologies in the classroom.
Faith McCreary (left) and Irene Petrick work in Intel’s Internet of Things Group. Authors of a 2018 research paper on “Industry 4.0,” they interviewed people – CEOs to factory workers – at 133 manufacturers.
When asked about 5G, people often think faster phones – but 5G is much more than a faster personal device connection. 5G is about intelligence, insights, efficiencies and innovation. It has the potential to reshape and propel entire industries forward. From city infrastructure and industrial automation to transportation and entertainment, 5G will be a disruptive force bringing new inventions and innovations. And we are proud the first 5G networks will run on Intel.
Today, Intel joins industry partners as a founding member of the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition, an initiative spearheaded by Melinda Gates’ investment and incubation company, Pivotal Ventures. The coalition will align existing philanthropic donations and increase funding to double the number of women of color graduating with computing degrees in the U.S. by 2025. It was created to address insights revealed in the Rebooting Representation report released today.