[Domestic Delights] ③ How Samsung’s Appliances Have Been Designed to Make Your Home Experiences More Convenient

  As we cook at home more and more, little kitchen-related inconveniences and chores are also increasing in frequency and breaking into everyday routines. For example, cleaning grease on a gas stove, once a task undertaken only occasionally, can become a burden when done too regularly – one that can even put you off from using the stove.   Samsung Electronics is committed to reducing such user inconveniences by considering right from the start of the design process which features are needed to answer consumer needs. For example, Samsung’s AddWash…

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Intel Launches First Artificial Intelligence Associate Degree Program

Students at Chandler-Gilbert Community College gather for a new student orientation in 2019. Intel is partnering with Maricopa County Community College District to launch the first Intel-designed artificial intelligence associate degree program in the U.S. The program’s first phase will be piloted online at Estrella Mountain Community College and Chandler Gilbert Community College in fall 2020. (Credit: Maricopa County Community College District) What’s New: Intel is partnering with Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) to launch the first Intel-designed artificial intelligence (AI) associate degree program in the United States. The Arizona…

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AI for Youth Uses Intel Technology to Solve Real-World Problems

In Bangalore, India, 10th grader Rahul Jaikrishna developed Cyber Detective – an artificial intelligence-based model that detects cyber bullying with an accuracy of up to 80%. Fourteen-year-old Jaikrishna was inspired after learning that “confession pages” created by school students – online diaries on social media where young people post confessions and secrets – often make teens easy targets for bullying. Jaikrisha didn’t learn AI programming in his everyday 10th grade syllabus. He picked it up via the Intel® AI for Youth program, which launched in 2019 in three countries and…

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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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