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Intel's CEO says no attacks from major flaws

12 January 2018, 10:55 | Justin Tyler

Intel's CEO says no attacks from major flaws

Intel's CEO says no attacks from major flaws

The rest, he said, will come by the end of January. The platform synthesizes the automotive-grade Intel Atom processors with the possibilities of the Mobile EyeQ5 chips to create level three, four and five autonomous cars.

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 has 12 cameras, radars, laser scanners and computing technologies from Mobileye and Intel.

Krzanich unveiled Intel's first autonomous vehicle in its 100-car test fleet, the company said in a statement. Even if these concepts necessitate a lot of computational power, they really have the potential to change the way we experience shows, sports, and movies.

The U.S. firm also announced partnerships with Chinese automaker SAIC Motor and digital mapping company NavInfo to develop automated vehicles, and map roads, in China.

However, it was disappointing to see the world's largest chip maker waste an opportunity to provide clarity and reassurances about its plans - both short term and long term - to address the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.

Intel has said that it will cooperate with any investigation.


Data "is the unseen driving force behind the next great wave of the technology revolution" the kind that "we see once or twice in a century, " he told a packed audience at the 5,000-seat Park Theater inside the Monte Carlo.

The rest of his speech focused on innovation and the not-so-distant future of data-driven technology. It will also include Steve Smith, an Intel vice president and general manager of its engineering group.

In the field of immersive media, he introduced Intel Studios and announced Paramount Pictures will be the first major Hollywood studio to explore this technology. Whistleblowers or others with information about Mr. Krzanich's stock sales are also encouraged to get in touch.

He added that there have been no reports of the exploits being used to obtain customer data as yet.

Intel Corporation is making fast progress scaling superconducting quantum computing test chips to higher qubit counts - from 7, to 17 and now 49 qubits (left to right).

Intel announced a new chip for "neuromorphic" computing - technology that enables computers to think more like human or animal brains. "It is a step toward quantum supremacy - a point at which quantum computers far and away surpass the world's best supercomputers", he said.

At the same CES event Krzanich disclosed that with Intel being the technology partner during this year's winter Olympics being held in Pyeongchang, the chip maker would offer the biggest ever virtual reality experience in some 30 events.



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