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Intel chief says chip flaw damage contained by industry

10 Enero 2018

In regards to having this issue resolved entirely, "Intel will update 90% of the previous five years of products in a week", this is a large call, over the course of five years Intel has been inside millions of products, it's great to hear how fast they have acted on this. Intel was aware of major security vulnerabilities uniquely affecting its processors for months prior to Mr. Krzanich's October 30, 2017 adoption of a plan to sell the vast majority of his Intel holdings. "Simply put, I want to ensure we continue to respond appropriately, diligently, and with a customer-first attitude". This event is a celebration of everything Intel has been doing and also the innovative ways that Intel has been working. Only then will it be possible for you to get into the Intel flying car.

The best AI algorithms already use brain-like programs called simulated neural networks, which rely on parallel processing to recognize patterns in data-including objects in images and words in speech.

Chris Eliasmith, a professor who studies neuroscience and computer architectures at the University of Waterloo in Canada, says the biggest challenge with neuromorphic chips in the past has been scaling them up. Needless to say, Krzanich is bringing in the big guns to gain consumer confidence back quickly.

At the end of the evening, Krzanich brought a "Volocopter" on stage, an autonomous helicopter little bigger than a car, which uses Intel technology to navigate through the air.

The issue does not strictly affect Intel processors. Across the tech industry, progress in AI has inspired new research into hardware capable of using machine-learning algorithms more efficiently. A spokeswoman for the CEO denies that the stock sale and security flaw announcement are related. Security researchers have uncovered vulnerabilities, dubbed "Meltdown" and "Spectre", that could compromise nearly every modern computer, smartphone and table.

Intel chief says chip flaw damage contained by industry