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Intel at Maker Faire Rome
On October 3, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich spoke at the first European edition of the Maker Faire in Rome, which is described as the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to innovation, creativity and enterprise. Maker Faires celebrate the "maker" movement and lovers of the "do it yourself" spirit. Intel is a main sponsor of Maker Faire Rome and supports the maker movement because it aligns with the company's long-term support of STEM education and innovation both inside and outside of the classroom.
intel  arduino  galileo  distance  icricities  maker 
october 2013 by dunc
Intel Corporation Webcast
Brian annouces quark and intel iot
intel  quark  idf  2013  iot 
september 2013 by dunc
Intel® Teach Program Worldwide
For 12 years, the Intel® Teach Program has helped K–12 teachers around the world integrate technology into classrooms and promote student-centered approaches to engage students in learning and prepare them with critical skills for success in our digital world. Today, more than 10 million teachers trained through Intel Teach in 70 countries are preparing the next generation to learn, lead, and succeed in the global economy.
distance  intel  teacher  resources 
august 2013 by dunc
The Tomorrow Project
The Tomorrow Project explores our possible futures through fact-based, science-based fiction and video conversations with scientists and science fiction authors, legends and world renowned experts, passionate advocates and everyday people. Science fiction gives all of us all a language so that we can have a conversation about the future and these conversations make dramatic changes. 
intel  foresight  future  technology 
may 2013 by dunc
internet of things | Convergence
We are at the cusp of the emergence of a network of objects that empowers computers to perceive the world for themselves and act independently on our behalf. This has the potential to significantly impact the way we optimise the operation of cities, buildings, infrastructure and business.
iot  intel  internetofthings  driversofchange 
november 2012 by dunc
ISTC-Social
The Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) for Social Computing was launched in June 2012 to conduct foundational research into the relationship between information technology and society. Centered at UCI, it brings together an interdisciplinary group of researchers from leading universities across the United States, including experts in social media, digital culture, user interfaces, cultural computing, and participatory design.
ICRI  ISTC  intel  social  computing 
november 2012 by dunc
Home • Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing
The ISTC-PC will bring together researchers from six top tier US research universities, including leaders in pervasive computing, wireless communication and sensing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, computer vision, human-computer interaction (HCI), and security. The University of Washington will be the hub of the center, coordinating research among the five other universities involved in the collaboration, including Georgia Institute of Technology, Cornell University, the University of Rochester, UCLA, and Stanford University. The ISTC-PC will be co-led by Dieter Fox, associate professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, and Anthony LaMarca, a principal engineer at Intel.
ICRI  ISTC  intel  pervasive  computing 
november 2012 by dunc
SCRUB
The Intel Science and Technology Center for Secure Computing focuses on scientific research to make computing technology safe and secure for users. We are headquartered at the University of California, Berkeley, with participation from world-leading researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Drexel University, Duke University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Intel. The center is funded by Intel, and includes both academics and Intel researchers working together collaboratively to make computing safer for users.
ICRI  ISTC  intel  secure  computing 
november 2012 by dunc
Intel Science and Technology Center in Embedded Computing (ISTC-EC)
Embedded computing systems touch every aspect of life. These synergistic combinations of hardware and software, designed to perform specific functions, can be found in a host of items in everyday use, from digital signs in stores to in-car GPS receivers to HVAC systems with networked thermostats. With the growing popularity of personalized, interactive, real- time technology, we expect to see a corresponding rise in demand for specialized embedded computing systems to support a broad range of new applications—including many that have not yet been envisioned. With this future demand in mind, Intel is launching a new research center to advance the field of embedded computing. The Intel Science and Technology Center for Embedded Computing (ISTC-EC) will bring together top thought leaders to develop breakthrough innovations that will transform experiences in the retail, automotive and home environments of the future. Focusing on the domains where people spend much of their time and financial resources will increase the likelihood that the center’s research can be transferred into high-impact applications that will be widely adopted and relevant to our everyday lives.
ICRI  ISTC  intel  embedded 
november 2012 by dunc
Intel Science & Technology Center for Cloud Computing
The Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing (ISTC-CC) is an open community of leading researchers devising critical new underlying technologies for cloud computing of the future. It is headquartered at Carnegie Mellon and includes researchers from Georgia Tech, Intel, Princeton, and UC-Berkeley.
ICRI  ISTC  cloudcomputing  intel 
november 2012 by dunc
Intel Science & Technology Center for Big Data | Information about Big Data from the Intel Science & Technology Center for Big Data
The Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data is one of a series of research collaborations that Intel is establishing with U.S. universities to identify and prototype revolutionary technology opportunities. The centers are designed to encourage closer collaboration among academic thought leaders in essential technology areas. The Intel Science and Technology Center for Big Data is based at the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT and is primarily affiliated with the Intel Parallel Computing La
ICRI  ISTC  intel  bigdata 
november 2012 by dunc
Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Secure Computing
The semiconductor manufacturer Intel and the Technische Universität (TU) Darmstadt have opened the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Secure Computing (ICRI-SC). This institute is the first Intel research center for IT security outside the USA and will be located at the Center for Advanced Security Research in Darmstadt (CASED). Research focuses on the security of embedded systems and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
ICRI  intel  security  embedded  mobile 
november 2012 by dunc
Intel Visual Computing Institute: Bridging Real and Virtual Worlds
The Intel Visual Computing Institute (Intel VCI) is a collaborative effort between Intel, Saarland University, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Max-Planck Institute for Informatics and Max-Planck Institute for Software Systems. It is part of Saarland University and its offices are located at the Saarbrücken campus. This unique combination of industrial, academic and institutional research ensures the highest quality theoretical foundation on one hand and applicability and relevance on the other.
ICRI  intel  visual  computing 
november 2012 by dunc
Demos | Publications
All over the world governments dream of creating centres of digitial innovation to rival Silicon Valley. The British government is no exception. Over the last two years it has led a high profile drive to support 'Silicon Roundabout' - the high tech cluster that has emerged in Inner East London - and turn it into something bigger: Tech City.
london  policy  techcity  intel 
november 2012 by dunc
DLDcities 2012 - YouTube
DLD (Digital - Life - Design) is a global conference network on innovation, digital media, science and culture which connects business, creative and social leaders, opinion-formers and investors for crossover conversation and inspiration.
intel  dld  dldcities  2012  conference 
september 2012 by dunc
Second Open Call
The SmartSantander project, currently active in the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community for research and technological development, announces the second Open Call for new project partners to submit proposal for experimentation on the project’s test facility.
intel  smartsantander  prototyping 
september 2012 by dunc
Intel Ireland Research Conference
On October 3rd and 4th the Intel Ireland Research Conference will be held at Croke Park in Dublin with the focus areas of Silicon & Nanotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies and ICT for Sustainable Water Management.
intel  conference  2012 
september 2012 by dunc
Urbanflow Helsinki
Urbanflow, a joint effort of Nordkapp and Urbanscale, envisions an operating system for cities. The scenario explored in the video revolves around situated urban screens and their potential uses.
architecture  city  urban  visualization  intel 
september 2012 by dunc
Intel Research Communities | Intel University Collaborative Research
Intel Science and Technology Centers (ISTCs) in the U.S. and Intel Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRIs), internationally, are Intel-funded, jointly-led research collaborations between Intel and the academic community. 
intel 
september 2012 by dunc

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