This Week in Analytics & AI News

And now for your CES download: Go under the hood with Mobileye, see Samsung’s new intelligent appliances, catch a fireside chat about AI with Amnon Shashua, and get a first glimpse at Intel RealSense ID. Plus, learn how Intel IT is leading the way in AI integration for business transformation.

CES 2021: Under the Hood With Prof. Amnon Shashua (Replay)

During his CES 2021 keynote, Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua took a deep dive into the company’s latest progress on automated driving technologies. Check out the full replay, where Shashua reveals how Mobileye is building a scalable AV map that differs greatly from traditional high-definition maps, discusses the company’s lidar ambitions, and much more.

Samsung's Smart Home Vision Includes More Intelligent Fridges and Vacuums

What would CES be without some new-and-improved consumer technology? This week Samsung announced enhancements to its Family Hub smart refrigerator and showed off its new JetBot 90 AI+ vacuum, which features a room-scanning lidar array and cameras powered by Intel’s on-device image recognition algorithms.

CES 2021: Technology Megashifts Impacting Our World (Replay)

Amid the slew of product announcements and other news from CES 2021, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas Friedman and Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua sat down—over 5,000 miles apart from each other— to discuss AI’s global impact. Catch up with their conversation about the technological megashifts shaping the world, as well as their collective vision for maximizing opportunities in the era of disruption.

Introducing Intel RealSense ID Facial Authentication

The more traditional authentication methods leave users vulnerable to ID theft, the more companies in finance, healthcare, and smart access control are turning to facial authentication technology. Introducing Intel RealSense ID, an on-device solution that combines an active depth sensor with a specialized neural network designed to deliver secure, accurate, and user-aware facial authentication.

Intel IT Leads AI Integration for Business Transformation

As emerging technologies like AI take center stage in companies’ digital transformations, IT has moved from a behind-the-scenes role to major player. Intel’s Xochitl Monteon details Intel IT’s own long-term efforts to transform its core business processes and systems using AI—and how it plans to help its customers do the same.