Intel Collaborates with Argonne National Laboratory, DOE in Q-NEXT Quantum Computing Research

» Click for full image What’s New:  Intel today announced that it is among the leading U.S. quantum technology companies included in Q-NEXT, one of five new national quantum research centers established by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Q-NEXT, National Quantum Information Science … Continued

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Intel and Accenture Support Neuromorphic Research Project to Assist Wheelchair-Bound Pediatric Patients

A photo shows an early prototype of a robotic arm designed to assist patients with spinal injuries in performing daily tasks. Using funding and technology support from Accenture, as well as Intel’s neuromorphic technology, researchers from the Open University of Israel and ALYN Hospital will refine the device and clinically evaluate it with pediatric patients. (Credit: ALYN Hospital) What’s New: Intel and Accenture today announced they are supporting an Intel Neuromorphic Research Community (INRC) project led by the Neuro-Biomorphic Engineering Lab at the Open University of Israel in collaboration with ALYN…

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Intel, MIT and Georgia Tech Deliver Improved Machine-Programming Code Similarity System

What’s New: Today, Intel unveiled a new machine programming (MP) system – in conjunction with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). The system, machine inferred code similarity (MISIM), is an automated engine designed to learn what a piece of software intends to do by studying the structure of the code and analyzing syntactic differences of other code with similar behavior. “Intel’s ultimate goal for machine programming is to democratize the creation of software. When fully realized, MP will enable everyone to create software by expressing…

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Singapore Researchers Look to Intel Neuromorphic Computing to Help Enable Robots That ‘Feel’

What’s New: Today, two researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS), who are members of the Intel Neuromorphic Research Community (INRC), presented new findings demonstrating the promise of event-based vision and touch sensing in combination with Intel’s neuromorphic processing for robotics. The work highlights how bringing a sense of touch to robotics can significantly improve capabilities and functionality compared to today’s visual-only systems and how neuromorphic processors can outperform traditional architectures in processing such sensory data. “This research from National University of Singapore provides a compelling glimpse to the future…

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Intel and National Science Foundation Invest in Wireless-Specific Machine Learning Edge Research

What’s New: Today, Intel and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced award recipients of joint funding for research into the development of future wireless systems. The Machine Learning for Wireless Networking Systems (MLWiNS) program is the latest in a series of joint efforts between the two partners to support research that accelerates innovation with the focus of enabling ultra-dense wireless systems and architectures that meet the throughput, latency and reliability requirements of future applications. In parallel, the program will target research on distributed machine learning computations over wireless edge networks, to enable a…

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Sharpening Our Research Focus for the Needs of a Post-Pandemic World

By Rich Uhlig We’re at a significant inflection point in human history with a global pandemic dramatically reshaping how we work, connect and engage with each other. It’s not an exaggeration to say that this moment will have long-lasting and far-reaching effects — on economies, communities and how we approach technology innovation and investments for years to come. With over 700 researchers and expertise spanning multiple interdisciplinary domains, Intel Labs sees moments like these as an invitation to further sharpen our focus on disciplined innovation where it counts the most.…

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