This Week in Executive News

Creating the classroom of the future. Using data to tackle the world’s biggest problems. The history of AI with Yann LeCun. HPC revs up computer-aided engineering. Intel at AWS re:Invent 2020.

Webinar: Creating the Virtual Classroom of the Future

In light of challenges heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic, Brentwood Academy teamed up with Intel, Microsoft, and ViewSonic to develop a comprehensive experience that goes beyond remote learning. Join this December 10 webinar to learn more about the solution and discover how Brentwood Academy is not only creating the classroom of the future, but reimagining the classroom altogether.

How Intel's Sundari Mitra Uses Data to Tackle the World’s Problems

As Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s IP Engineering Group, Sundari Mitra is leading R&D initiatives to help solve massive global problems like climate change and healthcare accessibility. In this interview, she explains how data can change the world, discusses Intel’s approach to diversity and inclusion, and offers advice for women who want to pursue a career in engineering.

"Intel on AI" Podcast: A Modern History of AI With Turing Award Winner Yann LeCun

Considered one of the godfathers of AI, Yann LeCun—Facebook’s chief AI scientist, ACM Turing Award Laureate, and NYU professor—has seen the ups and downs of AI for decades. In this episode of the “Intel on AI” podcast, LeCun and host Abigail Hing Wen talk about the history and adoption of AI, how the ideas and advancements in technology proliferated, and what the future of AI holds.

HPC Speeds CAE for Motorcycle Manufacturer With 15x Faster Run Times

Royal Enfield—the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer in continuous production—has turned to HPC to run its computer-aided engineering (CAE) software. By deploying a fully-managed HPC system for CAE built on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the company has seen 15x faster run times and a 25 percent reduction in the number of prototypes, among other benefits.

Intel Spotlights Partnerships and Co-Innovation at AWS re:Invent 2020

This week through December 18, Intel and AWS will showcase the fruits of a long-standing relationship at AWS re:Invent 2020. Register now to catch key Intel sessions and demos and to learn how 14 years of co-innovation has produced mission-critical enterprise applications, massively scalable analytics, HPC, AI, and IoT solutions.