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  • From building race cars to solving the challenges of an increasingly complex world, see what drives Naveen Rao to develop AI technologies that evolve alongside humanity. A neuroscientist and engineer, Rao leads the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel in building the tools developers need to keep AI moving: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1q0

    Naveen Rao Drives Artificial Intelligence into the Future - iQ by Intel

    Intel's head of AI talks about driving racecars, growing up in rural Kentucky and how AI marks a natural evolution of the human race. Under the blazing sun at a race track in Thermal, CA, a pioneer in artificial intelligence grips the wheel of his Ferrari 488 and floors the accelerator.

  • Technology has tremendous power. It can save lives and change the world. Learn how it's being deployed to alleviate the opioid crisis: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1vv #TechForGood

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis with the Help of Technology - Policy@Intel

    Note: This post is based on a discussion hosted by Jennifer Esposito, Intel's Worldwide General Manager, Health and Life Sciences Group, on June 12th, 2018, with ADM Brett P. Giroir, M.D., Assistant Secretary of Health at the Department of Health and Human Services; David Barash, M.D., Executive Director, Global Health Portfolio and Chief Medical Officer at [...]Read More...

  • We’re honored to receive the Foreign Policy award for our commitment to furthering STEM education. “Today’s students are tomorrow’s innovators and we have an obligation to ensure they are ready.” –Barb Whye, Intel CDO http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQpS3

    Foreign Policy Association

    Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University (Video)

  • Meet some of our amazing Service Corps volunteers who are advancing tech education in Nepal: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQTFs

    Not Our First Rodeo - Intel Employee Service Corps in Nepal

    If we'd had more time to prep, I would have come up with some kind of "Fantastic Four" inspired logo for the team headed to Nepal. There are four people on site (the gender ratio even matches up!), we had four weeks to prep for deployment, and we're also the fourth team on the ground from the Intel Employee Service Corps (IESC).

  • Thinking back on our heritage in honor of the upcoming 50th anniversary: Intel Penang (1972). From modest beginnings to one of Intel's largest assembly sites and home to a design and development center: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKpT #Intel50Years

    Intel at 50: The Penang Fire and Recovery | Intel Newsroom

    " Download all images (ZIP, 4 MB) In 1972, Intel launched its first production facility outside the United States, a 5-acre assembly site in Penang, Malaysia. The facility proved a quick success: By 1975, Intel Penang employed about 1,000 people and had become a crucial part of the company's manufacturing chain.

  • Don't feel like you belong in tech? Here's how to put aside fear and make the most of the opportunities that await you: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKKo

    Fearless Girls: More Women Should Say Yes to Jobs in STEM

    You're probably aware of the decline in participation by young women and underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in the U.S. However, as a woman and Intel executive, I'm equally concerned about what I call the leaky pipe -the attrition rate of women leaving the jobs we already have in technology fields.

  • Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and 5G are enabling value based healthcare, improving patient treatment at reduced cost. Learn more about the future of medicine: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQWka

    A Foot in Each Canoe! Remote Care Can Help Health Systems Find Their Balance - IoT@Intel

    Providers are trying to navigate the troubled waters of healthcare with "a foot in each canoe"1. In one canoe rides the lion's share of their patient population for whom care is paid for in the legacy 'fee-for-service' model. In the other new, and unpredictable, 'value-based' canoe, providers can see large monetary gains or losses based [...]Read More...

  • We’re kicking off our 50th anniversary celebrations reminiscing our journey built on Robert Noyce’s inspiring challenge: “Don’t be encumbered by history, go off and do something wonderful.” #Intel50Years http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQW6v

  • Want the best STEM career possible? Sandra Lopez – (M)VP of Intel Sports Group – breaks down what it takes to become an all-star player in tech: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6f6

    4 Valuable Pieces of Advice for Women Who Want to Work in STEM, From a Female Intel VP

    Last week I had the pleasure of chatting with Intel VP, Sandra Lopez, about cutting-edge immersive media technology. In the presence of such a powerful woman - a vibe I could feel through the phone, and on opposite ends of the country - I felt obligated to share her wisdom with young women aspiring to become engineers or get into the tech field in any capacity.

  • What hinges on the advancement of 5G? Smartphones to self-driving cars and every industry in between. Learn more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6ge

    5G Is Key to Fully Realizing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

    The automotive and transportation industries are experiencing a metamorphosis. Historically, vehicles have been isolated chunks of metal, with no ability to interact with each other or the world around them. But a new vision is becoming reality: Connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles.

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