Tag: Intel

Apple boosts iMac with 10th-gen Intel Core CPUs, nano-textured glass

While Apple’s portable devices receive the lion’s share of attention these days, its all-in-one iMac desktop computers have remained popular with businesses — as likely to be at the front reception desk as in C-suite offices. Now that long-awaited keyboard and processor upgrades have been completed across the MacBook lineup, the iMac is finally getting […]

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Intel researchers create AI system that rates similarity of 2 pieces of code

In partnership with researchers at MIT and the Georgia Institute of Technology, Intel scientists say they’ve developed an automated engine — Machine Inferred Code Similarity (MISIM) — that can determine when two pieces of code perform similar tasks, even when they use different structures and algorithms. MISIM ostensibly outperforms current state-of-the-art systems by up to […]

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Intel’s 7nm Processors Have Been Delayed To 2022

When it comes to semiconductor fabrication, companies like TSMC have been pushing the boundaries by making chips using smaller processes. Intel, on the other hand, appears to be struggling with that as the company has announced during their Q2 2020 earnings that the rollout of their 7nm CPUs has been delayed to late 2022 or […]

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Intel grew revenues 20% to $19.7 billion in Q2 2020, but key manufacturing upgrade delayed

Intel reported that it grew revenues 20% to $19.7 billion in the second quarter as the pandemic spurred people to buy PCs so they cold work from home better. But the company said it ran into delays in ramping up its 7-nanometer manufacturing plants, which sent the company’s stock downward in after-hours trading. PC-centric revenue […]

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Intel has worked with 100 groups on pandemic response and invested $30 million in 100 days

Intel has worked with 100 groups on their pandemic response and invested $30 million in the past 100 days, the company announced today. A hundred days ago, Intel CEO Bob Swan announced the company’s pandemic response technology initiative, which included an investment of $50 million to combat COVID-19 through better diagnosis and other efforts. Rick […]

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Silicon Valley execs and Pentagon AI chief talk AI at the edge

Watch the final day of VB Transform live on YouTube! When considering transformational ways to use computer vision on the edge in devices like robots, drones, cameras, and other devices, Booz Allen Hamilton VP Josh Sullivan advises caution, urging people to take security seriously on what’s become a whole new attack vector. “For me, deploying […]

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Intel VP: AI-aided defect detection is a killer app for industrial IoT

Watch the final day of VB Transform live on YouTube! Computer vision has become one of AI’s most promising applications, combining ever-improving cameras with faster and smarter automated object recognition. During today’s Transform 2020 digital conference, Intel VP Brian McCarson spoke with VentureBeat CEO Matt Marshall about computer vision’s role in the growing industrial internet of things (IIoT) market. […]

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Female leaders talk ethics, representation, and more at Transform 2020’s Women in AI breakfast

Presented by Capital One At Transform’s second annual Women in AI Breakfast presented by Capital One and Intel, powerful women from tech companies across the industry gathered to talk about how women, particularly women of color, can take their seats at the table in the technology industry. “Much has been written about the industry’s pipeline […]

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National University of Singapore used Intel neuromorphic chip to develop touch-sensing robotic ‘skin’

Last Chance: Register for Transform, VB’s AI event of the year, hosted online July 15-17. During the virtually held Robotics: Science and Systems 2020 conference this week, scientists affiliated with the National University of Singapore (NUS) presented research that combines robotic vision and touch sensing with Intel-designed neuromorphic processors. The researchers claim the “electronic skin” […]

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Nvidia overtakes Intel as most valuable U.S. chipmaker

Take the latest VB Survey to share how your company is implementing AI today. (Reuters) — Nvidia has for the first time overtaken Intel as the most valuable U.S. chipmaker. In a semiconductor industry milestone, Nvidia’s shares rose 2.3% in afternoon trading on Wednesday to a record $404, putting the graphic component maker’s market capitalization […]

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