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Using the Neon™ Framework for Data Science Bowl 2017

Have you heard about the Data Science Bowl? It’s a 90 day competition on Kaggle to make great things happen. Data Science Bowl 2017 is about improving lung cancer detection and working towards the Cancer Moonshot. The end of the contest is nearing,...

Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks Mar. 2017

In this monthly feature I showcase 5 projects that I find interesting, since we are celebrating International Women’s Day this month, I wanted to continue that theme by highlighting interesting projects that female innovators have shared with us on...

Intel® Software Innovators: Developmental Disability Month Projects & Events

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month which seeks to raise awareness about the inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in all facets of community life, as well as awareness of the barriers that people with disabilities face...

March IoT Top Trending

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for March

Build a comprehensive environmental monitoring system, learn about the Google Cloud Platform* and download code samples in Python* this month.

Two more dates published for Intel Software Innovator Tour Italy: L'Aquila and Pisa

Today we can share two new dates for our Italian Tour hosted by the Italian Innovators. See the full list and details for each event in the original post: Italian Software Innovator Tour ITALY Spread the word!   

GDC Perspective - The Good, the Bad, and the Anxious

Last updated: March 15, 2017By Mo

Indie game developer Mo Cohen (Queer Quest) reflects on their experience attending GDC 2017, and finding a space in the game dev culture.

Performance and Agility with Big Data in a Containerized Environment

There is great business value in the insights that can be gained from analyzing large data sets with Apache* Hadoop*, Apache* Spark*, and other Big Data frameworks. But since the volume of data is large, in some cases the jobs may require hours to...

How to Build Products Using Open Platform Firmware

  Platforms like MinnowBoard are a great starting point for IoT edge hardware... as long as you lock down a few things in the firmware. Since these platforms are primarily made for debugging and hacking, they ship with unsigned binary firmware...

From Firmware to Fog: Building Smart Sensors for Logistics

When you get deep into solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the line between firmware and application gets blurry ... or, in this case, foggy. Most of my development experience has been in one particular form of firmware,...

Continuous Delivery, Embedded Systems, and Simulation

Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Integration (CI) are two related and important concepts in modern software engineering and software product development.  Doing integration is a prerequisite to doing delivery and deployment, and getting a...

Offering a glimpse of the future: 360 VR broadcasting and its uses

At the 2017 International Consumer Electronic Show (CES) press conference, we showcased a glimpse of Virtual Reality (VR) game changing experiences to customers and industries from the developing VR-ecosystem. 360° 4k streaming is getting more and...

The Best of Modern Code | March

Superior kdb+* performance, GROMACS*, Gram-Schmidt, and Cython* lead our stories this month.

Top Ten March

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | March

Game on! Time to get your Intel® Level Up game entry in. And this month we ask the question: Can we teach machines to have emotions? Read more in this month's Top Ten.

IoT: From Hype to Reality

Last updated: March 8, 2017By Wendy E.

  Demos, Hackathon Competition and More Inspire at Embedded World 2017 It’s not too late to join Intel’s IoT experts and other industry leaders in Germany as we explore all things embedded: reserve your place now at the Embedded World Exhibition...

Deep Dive: Android Things* Peripheral IO Manager: video and transcription

Video Slides Download Summary On February 23, 2017, Sanrio Alvares provided a deep dive on the Android Things* Peripheral IO Manager at the Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit in Portland. The following is a transcript. Transcript...

The Fab Five: Game Dev Content | March

It's time for the 2017 Level Up Contest! Get your entries in now.

Metal Minds

AI brings higher computing power and more powerful data analysis to healthcare.

Introduction to Android Things*: video and transcription

Video Slides Download Summary On February 23, 2017, Geeta Krishna and Anisha Kulkarni gave an introductory course on Android Things* at the Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit in Portland. The following is a transcript. Transcript...

Intel® Software Innovators: March 2017 Events Promoting International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s Day we are happy to have so many of our innovators and friends hosting and participating in events around the world. Some events are to celebrate achievements of women in tech, others are geared to inspire...

Intel Software Innovator Tour - ITALY

It's a great pleasure for me to present an event I'm organizing with the Italian Innovators team: Intel Software Innovator Tour - ITALY What is? It's a series of event organized in several different Italian cities, in connection with local...

Create Agile IoT Solutions with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and Google Cloud Platform*

Innovate faster with a new expanded IoT toolset from Intel and Google*. Developers can connect sensors, gather and analyze data as well as using the services and support of both communities.

The Hidden Problem with Easy Cybercrime

There was nothing shocking in a recent Computer Weekly article on the top UK cyber threats: Banking malware, DDoS, ransomware and CEO fraud. One quote did catch my eye. Mike Hulett, head of operations for the National Cyber Crime Unit was talking...

Vulkan BETA 15.40.20.4404 Graphics Driver for Windows® 7/8.1/10 [15.40]

  That post is out of date. Vulkan support is out of Beta and in every driver release since February, 2017  Here is the post that covers that: https://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2017/02/10/intel-announces-that-we-are-moving-from-beta-support-...

Streamlining Cloud Gaming Infrastructure

Last updated: February 28, 2017

By Yuval Noimark, GameFly Streaming For game developers and the users they serve, the future is cloudy—and that’s a good thing. Increasingly, the infrastructure for developing and delivering games to end users will be located in cloud-based...

Intel Software Innovator Pedro Kayatt’s VR Dinosaurs

VR Monkey Co-Founder and Intel Software Innovator, Pedro Kayatt, has been working hard the last couple of years to realize a dream – to use education, science, and technology to immerse people in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment so they can...

The Rabbit Hole: An Escape Room VR Game

Pedro Kayatt is an Intel Software Innovator with a strong passion for VR and games. As the Co-Founder of VR Monkey, Pedro spoke to us about his latest virtual reality game, The Rabbit Hole. Tell us about The Rabbit Hole. The Rabbit Hole is a...

Intel® Software Innovators: Women in Tech – A Personal Perspective

It’s well known that women are a minority in the tech field, so last year we decided that we wanted to be a part of the International Women’s Day (IWD) movement and do our part to help celebrate women’s achievement worldwide. Through the support of...

The Circle: a book report

Last updated: February 27, 2017By Clay B.

Could you live in a world that doesn't have secrets? Would you want to? The Circle, by Dave Eggers, examines a fictional world that is being nudged toward that end through technology. While reading this book I had many questions about how far society would go or be willing to be led into a...

Is Open Source an Accepting Space for Black People?

I just got finished watching the documentary “13th” on Netflix. We’re in a season of really good movies this year about the experience of being black in the US, including “Hidden Figures” and “Fences”, both of which have been nominated along with “...

Intel Black Belt Developer Asaf Shelly: IoT, AI, and Robotics

Asaf Shelly has been an Intel® Black Belt Software Developer since 2010 and is also an Intel® Software Innovator. With an entrepreneur spirit he is a community leader in Israel driving Internet of Things (IoT) development. Asaf is working on...

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