“Parting is such sweet sorrow”

Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet

I joined my first INTC-owned Legal Entity in September 2011, when I went to work for McAfee, a wholly-owned subsidiary; during a machine vision project at my previous firm that turned out to require “statistical modelling”. I had gotten hooked on…

It has been generally known for some time that quantum computers can in principle solve problems that are intractable on classical computers — like factoring large numbers to break public-key encryption (companies like Google have already increased the key lengths they use, as a precaution against early breakthroughs). With multiple…

“Iterations” (Seema Gaur, Emil “GAN” Barbuta)

“Materials science” doesn’t have quite the pulse-raising associations as, say, “aerospace” or “robotics”. This is a shame! Stone tools — with wooden shafts — were key to the elevation of an ape with rather underdeveloped teeth and claws to the top of the food chain. Metallurgy gave us copper, bronze…

If you’ve read much about the history of Tesla, you’ll know they’ve got a history of making in-house what other car companies buy from OEMs — not because they are driven by some corporate self-sufficiency dogma, but because for many key components, they fail to find a supplier who can…

Edward Dixon

#AI guy, Principal/Founder @ Rigr AI, co-author of ‘Demystifying AI for the Enterprise’.

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