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12 January 2018, 10:52 | Dale Webster
Intel Announces New “Brain-Like” Loihi AI Chip And 49-Qubit “Tangle Lake” Quantum Chip
Krzanich spent the rest of his keynote reiterating some of the investments Intel has made in technologies created to improve live sporting events and movies. Even if its own vehicles aren't a runaway success, Intelreported that two million vehicles from the likes of BMW, Nissan and Volkswagen will use technology from Mobileye throughout 2018 - which makes last year's acquisition look like a shrewd one.
Then Krzanich turned to his prepared keynote address, which featured flying drones and a guest appearance from former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and National Football League analyst Tony Romo.
The auto includes 12 cameras, radars, laser scanners and computing technologies developed by Mobileye and Intel, according to a CNBC report. SAIC is said to develop Levels 3, 4, and 5 autonomous vehicles based on Mobileye's technology.
Intel also said that Paramount Pictures will be the first major Hollywood studio to explore this technology together with Intel to see where this will lead for the next generation of visual storytelling. But how this is changing technology is essentially with the way the data is used.
Now Playing: Watch this: Intel addresses security flaws with company's chips at. "If you uncover such violations through your examinations, we expect you to enforce our laws to the fullest extent possible". "Data is going to redefine how we experience life - in our work, in our homes, how we travel, and how we enjoy sports and entertainment".
Several other partnerships were announced yesterday as well including one with Chinese auto manufacturer SAIC Motor and digital mapping company NavInfo.
It's important to note that Intel actually had new information to provide; according to a report from The Oregonian, Krzanich authored an internal memo announcing the formation of a new internal group, dubbed Intel Product Assurance and Security.
He announced Intel is partnering with Ferrari North America to bring the power of AI to the Ferrari Challenge North America Series that will take place on six courses in the US this year.
Cloud-computing, virtual environments, multiuser servers-also used in data centres and enterprise environments-running these processors are also impacted. These advances, including quantum and neuromorphic computing, have the potential to help industries, research institutions and society solve problems that now overwhelm today's classical computers.
During the Intel keynote, Krzanich said Intel's labs and researchers are "committed" to advancing quantum computing, with a Netherlands-based lab specifically testing and building quantum computing systems.
In his keynote, Krzanich predicted that quantum computing will solve problems that today might take our best supercomputers months or years to resolve, such as drug development, financial modeling and climate forecasting.
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