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Intel CEO Gelsinger At Vision: Here Are The Four ‘Superpowers’ That Spur Innovation

Shane Snider

‘Each of these superpowers is impressive on its own, but when they come together, that’s magic. If you’re not applying AI to every one of your business processes, you’re falling behind,’ Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger tells the audience at the company’s Vision 2022 event.

The Four Superpowers 

In the comic book movies, a team of superheroes will band together to save the day. In Gelsinger’s vision of Intel’s future, there are four superpowers that spur innovation: pervasive connectivity, ubiquitous compute, AI and cloud-to-edge infrastructure. In one way or another, each of the speakers who came on stage during Gelsinger’s keynote circled back to the concept.

“Each of these superpowers is impressive on its own, but when they come together, that’s magic. If you’re not applying AI to every one of your business processes, you’re falling behind. We’re seeing this across every industry,” he said.

“Everything has become a computer. … But now it’s in our smartphones or tablets, our wearables, the devices. … Everything we touch is becoming a computer. Computing is now how we experience the world. But behind that ubiquitous infrastructure—I call this ‘cloud edge and the cloud’ now—you and I can have high-performance computing immediately at our disposal. And with the unlimited reach of the intelligent edge, we can have low-latency, high-bandwidth, real-time inference capabilities anywhere we want them.”

 

 
Shane Snider

Shane Snider is a senior associate editor covering personal computing, mobile devices, semiconductor news, hardware reviews, breaking news and live events. Shane is a veteran journalist, having worked for newspapers in upstate New York and North Carolina. He can be reached at ssnider@thechannelcompany.com.

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