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  • COVID-19

    Technology, used to its potential, can save lives. The past 100 days of combatting COVID-19 has taught us vital lessons and we?re staying focused. Learn about our progress so far.

  • Welcome to the Intel factory tour. Please keep your hands, arms, and legs inside the FOUP at all times. Enjoy the ride.

  • Learn more about the AI tech developed to stop illegal poaching and some of our engineers behind it.

  • Defeating the coronavirus means we must all do our part. That’s why we’re pledging $50 million in a Pandemic Response Technology Initiative.

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response and Support Hub - Intel

    Learn how Intel is continuing to support employees, partners, customers, and the broader community during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

  • We're proud to announce that we have made the Glassdoor Best Places to Work list for the US and Mexico!

    Best Places to Work

    Employees have spoken! Here are the Best Places to Work in 2020, according to employees. Did your company make it?

  • The annual woman inventor rate is only 12%. We’re committed to changing that. Because of initiatives like our Women Innovators’ Think Tank and our Patent Protégé Program, we're working to increase the number of women inventors and women patent-holders. Read more about what we are doing to continue this trend:

    Female Inventors Help Intel Receive Top 5 Ranking - We Are Intel

    By Vanessa Bailey, Global Director of Intellectual Property Policy, Intel In February 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO") published a report on female inventor participation. I am pleased to report that Intel ranked in the top 5 with respect to the number of women as participants in the patent inventor workforce (i.e.

  • Justin Gottschlich and his team are working on a pioneering technology that, once realized, will enable anyone to develop their own software without writing a single line of code. Learn more about the latest in Machine Programming Research.

    Why More Software Development Needs to Go to the Machines | Intel Newsroom

    Our expert: Justin Gottschlich leads the Machine Programming Research (MPR) team in the Systems and Software Research Lab. Justin's newly-formed research group focuses on the pioneering promise of machine programming, which is a fusion of machine learning, formal methods, programming languages, compilers and computer systems. His simple explanation of machine programming: MPR uses forms of machine learning and other automatic methods to create software capable of creating its own software.

  • Proud to celebrate three years in the top 5 of the Just 100 but we aren't getting comfortable. The work to positively impact our communities, the environment, and our people is never done. See who else made the list by Forbes & Just Capital.

  • How many interpreters can fit inside a cubicle? Adam Munder, a deaf engineer at Intel shares five insights about his career journey.

    5 Insights from a Deaf Engineer at Intel - We Are Intel

    I'm a development engineer working in the Intel Module Repair division, where I research, develop, and implement new module/robot repair procedures, including innovative engineering solutions and technology development. I love developing software, and even dabble in building hardware in my garage. I also happen to be deaf.

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