Join Chris Gough of Intel Health & Life Sciences for a webinar about healthcare AI trends. Intel’s new Senior Vice President of Silicon Engineering says chip makers will have to change their tactics to improve computing performance. Getting the most out of massive amounts of data will require businesses to completely reimagine their data management strategies. Intel and Baidu are working together to advance AI solutions. And 11 industry leaders in automated driving—including Intel—have created a first-of-its-kind framework for developing safe autonomous passenger vehicles.
AI’s effects on the healthcare industry are far-reaching, and they’ve only just begun. Join Chris Gough, Worldwide GM for Intel Health & Life Sciences, for a webinar about AI trends in healthcare on Wednesday, July 17. The session, “Powering Medicine with AI,” will cover practical approaches to deployment and best practices for adoption. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn more about the future of AI in healthcare—register today!
Some say Moore’s law is dead, but Intel’s Senior Vice President of Silicon Engineering, Jim Keller, thinks it just needs a new definition. Speaking to an audience of startups, venture capitalists, and tech giants, Keller said Intel will need to explore other tactics to make computers faster. The event, hosted by Intel, was a celebration of the chip industry and its benefits to society over the past 50 years.
Data is so hot right now. By the year 2025, the sum of the world’s data will amount to roughly 175 trillion gigabytes. That means businesses will have a lot of opportunities to mine valuable insights that result in enhanced product and service offerings. Of course, they’ll need to form a radically new approach to data management before they can reap the benefits.
Teamwork makes the dream work. Intel and Chinese multinational technology company Baidu are collaborating on hardware, software, and platform solutions to advance AI. With more than a decade of partnership, Intel and Baidu recognize the profound benefits that the proliferation of AI technology will bring to the global community. The business value of AI is trending toward $3.9 trillion in 2022, with innovative solutions from Intel and Baidu at the forefront.
Autonomous driving technology is picking up speed, but safety concerns have put some bumps in the road. Collaborating with industry leaders in automated driving, Intel published 12 guiding principles for the design, development, verification, and validation of safe autonomous passenger vehicles. If the industry can reliably and consistently demonstrate the safety of these cars, we’ll see higher levels of autonomy on the streets.