Intel and the International Olympic Committee to Provide Support Services to Athletes Worldwide

Ashton Eaton is the third Olympian to achieve back-to-back gold medals (2012, 2016) in the decathlon and holds five World Championship gold medals in both the decathlon and heptathlon events. Eaton works at Intel as a product development engineer, focusing on integrating key technologies into the Olympic Games. Intel, working with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), will extend life-coaching, mentoring, and learning and development services to more than 50,000 athletes that are a part of the Olympic community through the postponed Olympic Games in Tokyo next year. Intel will provide…

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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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