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Oct
29
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

In May 2021, we will be ending support for Intel Unite software versions 3.3 and earlier. End of support means we will no longer be providing security updates or bug fixes. It is recommended that all impacted users transition to the latest version of the Intel Unite software to remain secure prior to the End ...continue reading End of Support for Intel Unite Software versions 3.3 and Earlier

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Oct
28
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Chance are you know “the trolley problem”—a famous thought experiment wherein a person must choose between switching the direction of an out-of-control train, thereby selecting whether one or many people die. On its face, the answer seems simply utilitarian: choose the track that harms the least number of people. But the dilemma is in the ...continue reading Facing Tough Ethical Questions in AI

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Oct
26
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

The Intel® Stable IT Platform Program helps minimize computing disruptions and streamline PC deployment. By IT Peer Network, Hector Llorens, Intel vPro® platform manager; Julian Braham, Intel IT client domain architect, principle engineer; Laura Warner, Intel IT PC Solutions, firmware configuration manager; Oren Duanias, Intel IT client health monitoring engineer Enterprise IT departments consume a ...continue reading Platform stability: Enterprise PC fleet management’s best-kept secret

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Oct
23
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As we start to focus on return to work, technology is playing a vital role in helping us return to work safely. Collaboration is making work in the new normal possible, and perhaps, even better than before the pandemic.

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Oct
21
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The countdown to the data (R)Evolution has begun — are you ready!? Join MemSQL’s CEO and an all-star lineup of the industry’s finest thought leaders on Tuesday, October 27 at 9 am PT/ 12 pm ET for (R)Evolution 2020 as they share everything you need to know about data from “Using Data to Run a Data Company” to “Data Trends of the Future. Mark your calendars for this no registration required event on theCUBE: https://events.cube365.net/memsql/revolution-2020

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Oct
21
2020
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

The countdown to the data (R)Evolution has begun. Join MemSQL’s CEO and an all-star lineup of the industry’s finest thought leaders on Tuesday, October 27 at 9 am PT/ 12 pm ET for (R)Evolution 2020 as they share everything you need to know about data from “Using Data to Run a Data Company” to “Data Trends of the Future. Mark your calendars for this no registration required event on theCUBE: https://events.cube365.net/memsql/revolution-2020

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Oct
21
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Are robots coming for your job? Well, maybe. In a recent Intel on AI episode, Intel’s Sandra Rivera and Abigail Hing Wen sat down to talk about how AI will impact the future of work. It’s a deeply interesting conversation as Sandra is the Chief People Officer at Intel, working to hire and retain some ...continue reading AI and the Future of Work

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Oct
16
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

According to World Bank, there are roughly 750 million people in extreme poverty, those who barely survive on $1.90 USD a day or less. While this fact is staggering, and even shameful given the abundance of developed countries, there is some hope for the future. In 1990 World Bank estimated that 36% of the population, ...continue reading How Can AI Help the Developing World?

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Oct
15
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Well it’s certainly been a little bit since I posted, however the amount of cool telemetry for the Modern Autonomous Data Center has not slowed down to say the least. In the past blogs I mentioned the what, why, Intel Telemetry, how and OTP startup; so let’s start there. One Telemetry Package [OTP] is now ...continue reading Intel Telemetry Meets Containers

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Oct
14
2020
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

This blog is an abridged version of the talk that I gave at the Apache Ignite community meetup. You can download the slides that I presented at the meetup here. In the talk, I explain how data in Apache Ignite is distributed.

 
Oct
14
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

For being one of the world’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) roboticists, Professor Pieter Abbeel doesn’t watch much sci-fi. Pieter is the Director of the UC Berkeley Robot Learning Lab and co-director of the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence (BAIR) Lab. In a recent podcast with host Abigail Hing Wen, Pieter said he first became enamored with robots ...continue reading Smart Robots: Out of the Lab, Into the World

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Oct
05
2020
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

Data is multiplying—doubling every 2-3 years, yet only a small percentage of the data is analyzed and used. The ability to process and analyze data to improve products, services, and customer experiences as well as to glean insights is vital to business competitiveness. Infrastructure needs to evolve to address growing business demands by moving faster, ...continue reading Delivering next generation infrastructure with the Intel Ethernet 800 Series

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Oct
05
2020
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Telcos can become a highly data-driven enterprise by leveraging the Digital Integration Hub (DIH) Architecture built on GridGain’s in-memory computing platform. In this blog post, I will discuss how the DIH architecture can help telcos develop better customer insights, generate new revenue streams and be ready to ride the 5G wave. This easy-to-adopt, no rip-replace architecture can meet the needs of telcos through elegant design and implementation patterns.

 
Oct
01
2020
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Learn about a novel approach to contact tracing for companies in the latest edition of The Record magazine. Founder and CEO William Bain explains how real-time digital twins running in the Microsoft Azure cloud help make it possible in a new Viewpoint article. Also read our Partner Perspective in the same issue, which explains how […]

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Oct
01
2020
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Learn about a novel approach to contact tracing for companies in the latest edition of The Record magazine. Founder and CEO William Bain explains how real-time digital twins running in the Microsoft Azure cloud help make it possible in a new Viewpoint article. Also read our Partner Perspective in the same issue, which explains how […]

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