What do doctors, teachers, and farmers all have in common? They've probably (directly or indirectly) used an Intel Processor in their workday.
Intel is working to democratize AI, making the unprecedented technology accessible to any developer who wants to solve a problem. We were tasked with telling these stories of Intel innovation.
I wrote web copy for the Intel Story Hub to condense high-level tech and explain how Intel is changing the way the world operates.
Neuromorphic computing is coming, and it's changing the face of AI. In this video, Mike Davies, Director of Neuromorphic Computing at Intel Labs, discusses the asynchronous architecture behind Intel’s Loihi processors. By using the human brain as inspiration, neuromorphic computing opens exciting new possibilities in computing and is already in use in a variety of areas including sensing, robotics, healthcare, and large-scale AI applications.
The awesome power of supercomputing has the ability to solve the world’s toughest computing challenges. But supercomputers generate heat from components inside, including memory and storage. Matthew Ziegler, Director of HPC & AI Performance and Architecture at Lenovo, explains how Liquid Cooling efficiently captures the surplus heat from the processors, as opposed to traditional cooling which uses excessive energy, allowing supercomputers to continue doing ground-breaking work.
Purdue is the nation’s first college baseball program to utilize Intel’s 3DAT visualization technology, which helped players like Cam Thompson and Curtis Washington Jr. identify technique adjustments they could make to improve their speed. Hear from team members, Purdue coaches and Intel’s Breana Cappuccilli, as they discuss how using the 3DAT platform as a development tool is paying off for Purdue.