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  • Maximize your AI investments with quicker business outcomes
  • Intel delivers game-changing innovations at the Paris 2024 Games
  • Determining which retail technologies are must-haves vs. nice-to-haves
  • How enterprises are adapting to new AI policies
  • Intel launches apprenticeship program for manufacturing technicians

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The Linchpin to Better Business Results With AI is a System Strategy

When it comes to their AI investments, most enterprises are focused on achieving business outcomes as quickly and easily as possible. In this short video, corporate VP and GM of Intel’s software engineering group Jeff McVeigh outlines Intel’s open approach to simplifying AI deployment and improving time-to-value, including the key role the Intel® Tiber™ portfolio of business solutions plays.

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AI Goes to the Olympic Games

During the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, viewers will enjoy enhanced camera angles and immersive highlights, while athletes in training will use 3D skeletal tracking—aided by computer vision and AI—to gain insights into their physical motion and overall performance. Learn more about these game-changing innovations in this roundtable discussion featuring Intel Olympic and Paralympic program head Sarah Vickers.

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"TEConnect" Podcast: The Tradeoffs of Retail Modernization With Intel’s David Dobson

As competition and shifting customer habits drive innovation, retail organizations have had to do a lot of growing up very quickly. But modernization can come with some tradeoffs as retailers determine which technologies are must-haves vs. nice-to-haves. In this episode, Intel global retail director David Dobson explores the outcomes retailers are pursuing and which innovations are worth pursuing to get there.

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AI Policy and Its Implications for Enterprises

These days AI feels a lot like the Wild West, with governments working to enact policies and legislation to rein its wide-reaching effects. In this episode of “InTechnology,” experts from Intel, Opaque Systems, and the White House's Office of the National Cyber Director discuss the the development of AI policy in the U.S. and around the world, how enterprises are adapting to new AI policies, and the social challenges of AI adoption.

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Intel Launches Its First US Apprenticeship for Manufacturing Facility Technicians

Traditional recruiting methods alone aren’t enough to meet the growing demand for skilled semiconductor technicians. So Intel is launching its first U.S. registered apprenticeship program for manufacturing facility technicians in Arizona, where the company will train participants on the core competencies needed for facility technician roles through a mix of classroom instruction and on-the-job training.

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