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Last Updated: 09/29/2021
Provides details about new features and known issues for the Intel® SoC Watch
Last Updated: 09/27/2021
Provides instructions about how to run samples and explore the next guide after installing the Intel® oneAPI Video Processing Library.
Last Updated: 09/25/2021
This tutorial with code examples is an Intel® oneAPI DPC++ Compiler implementation of a three-dimensional finite-difference stencil that solves the 3D acoustic isotropic wave-equation.
Last Updated: 09/24/2021
The Intel® Intrinsics Guide download package is an offline version of the live Intel® Intrinsics Guide. The Intel® Intrinsics Guide contains reference information for Intel intrinsics.
Get the steps to simplify task-based programming using Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks, even if you're not a threading expert.
Integrate video decode on multiple streams with video analytics. Configure your application end-to-end with flexible AI capacity and a Reference Video Analytics pipeline for fast development.
In this second session of "Talk to the Compiler Experts", get answers about optimization options, pragmas, and intrinsics usage with ICX.
Learn about the Intel® oneAPI Video Processing Library, a powerful and versatile library for accelerating video processing on CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs.
Original device and equipment manufacturers (ODMs and OEMs) can learn how to include devices in our Recommended Hardware program using the steps on this page.
Create an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based alert that notifies staff if a medical patient is at risk of falling. Use IP cameras to detect and monitor patient positions and track fall potential.
Founder and CEO of OmniSci, Todd Mostak demonstrates how to use the latest HPC techniques to accelerate analytics SQL and data visualization.
Learn how Intel® OSPRay helps developers bring scalable, interactive 3D rendering to large, complex data sets—from laptops to supercomputers.