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Intel chief says chip flaw damage contained by industry

10 Enero 2018

On its efforts to develop a quantum computing system, Intel said it has shipped its first 49-qubit quantum computing test chip - Tangle Lake - to research partner QuTech.

Since the bug became public, users have complained that patches have slowed computer performance anywhere from five to 30 percent.

"Data is going to introduce social and economic changes that we see perhaps once or twice in a century", Krzanich said. The Ferrari Challenge broadcast will use the processing power of Intel Xeon processors and the neonTM framework for deep learning not only to transcode, identify objects and events, and stream the experience to viewers online, but also to mine the resulting data for further insights for drivers and fans, said chip maker.

"When we come together like this, there are endless possibilities", he said. In autonomous driving, he unveiled Intel's first autonomous vehicle in its 100-car test fleet; disclosed that BMW, Nissan, and Volkswagen are moving their Mobileye-based mapping design wins to actual deployments; and announced new collaborations with SAIC Motor and NavInfo to extend crowdsourced map building to China. Also Ferrari and Paramount Pictures seem to have jumped on the bandwagon.

Reports emerged last week that Intel and its hardware, operating system and other industry partners were working on patches for a major vulnerability in processors that could allow an attacker to collect sensitive data from computing devices that were working as designed.

Apple released a new series of security patches to address the vulnerabilities on Monday to harden both iOS and MacOS. "We not only find data everywhere today, but it will be the creative force behind the innovations of the future".

In autonomous driving, Intel said that 2 million vehicles from BMW, Nissan and Volkswagen will use Mobileye Road Experience Management (REM) technology to crowdsource data to build and rapidly update low-cost, scalable high-definition maps throughout this year.

"We believe the performance impact of these updates is highly workload-dependent".

The technology of tomorrow will include immersive experiences and VR.

Krzanich thanked cybersecurity professionals for their work in uncovering and fixing the bugs, touting "the collaboration among so many companies to address this industry-wide issue across several different processor architectures".

"In the quest to deliver a commercially viable quantum computing system, it's anyone's game", says Mike Mayberry, managing director of Intel Labs.

The next generation will have everything going for it. Narratives and narratology will be rejuvenated with a fresh dose of nascent technology.

Intel chief says chip flaw damage contained by industry