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IoT JumpWay Intel® Computer Vision SDK Windows Console TASS PVL Webcam Security System

Introduction Here you will find a sample application for Techbubble Assisted Sight System Photography Vision Library (TASS PVL), a Computer Vision security system using Intel® Computer Vision SDK...

China Railway Corporation is Named Finalist for the SUPERUSER Award

Image credit: LA Times The China Railway Corporation was named by the SUPERUSER Editorial Advisory Board as a finalist for the SUPERUSER Award to be presented at the OpenStack Sydney Summit, November 6-8, 2017. For public transportation and...

Adobe Max Showcased Vivid Content and the Benefits of CPU Optimization

More than twelve thousand of the world’s best video editors, moviemakers, photographers, and digital artists descended on Las Vegas for Adobe Max, October 18-20, 2017.  As mentioned in our pre-event blog post, Adobe’s annual customer and product...

Intel® Software Innovator Adam Ardisasmita: Teaching Kids through Educational Games

Growing up with games and wanting to learn how they work is what started Intel® Software Innovator Adam Ardisasmita’s journey in game development. Now he spends his time developing educational games to teach young children and working to grow the...

Improve Deep Learning Performance, Enable Inferences on FPGAs with Intel® Computer Vision SDK Beta R3

Última actualización: 30 de octubre de 2017

The R3 Beta Release Provides New Deep Learning Capabilities, Frameworks Support, & Performance Improvements Software developers and data scientists working on computer vision, neural network inference, and deep learning deployment...

Intelligent Infrastructure for Smart Cities enabled using Intel and GE Predix

I recently had the pleasure of talking to Priyanka Bagade about a really interesting project that she created – the Intelligent Infrastructure for Smart Cities demo. This demo focuses on how to build a smart infrastructure system enabled by Intel...

Portland VR Meetup, October 2017: Immersive Gaming with AR/VR

The Portland Virtual Reality Meetup is a community of Virtual Reality (VR) developers, entrepreneurs, engineers, artists, enthusiasts and early adopters and the topic for the October meetup was the future of Immersive Gaming with Augmented Reality...

MeshCommander - Firmware Loader

MeshCommander is a web-based Intel® AMT management console that is available in many versions including as a standalone tool, as part of MicroLMS and built into MeshCentral2. However, one of the most intriguing versions of MeshCommander is the one...

AI Student Ambassador Bruna Pearson: Deep Learning, Robots, and Drones Oh My!

The Intel® Student Developer Program was created to work collaboratively with students at innovative schools and universities doing great work in the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence space. I had the opportunity to get to know Intel®...

AI Student Ambassador Alfred Ongere: Using AI to Improve Lives

The Intel® Student Developer Program was created to work collaboratively with students at innovative schools and universities doing great work in the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence space. I had the opportunity to get to know Intel®...

MeshCentral2 - Improved Crypto & ClickOnce

Today, MeshCentral2 is going Beta2 with many more improvements, new features and improved stability. MeshCentral2 is a light weight open source remote computer management web site. In marking this version as Beta2, it broke compatibly with Beta1...

Intel At Money20/20: Designing The Future Of Secure Cyber Transactions With Hardware-based Security

Cybersecurity is fundamental to digital commerce; Intel hardware is a ubiquitous ingredient that powers more secure solutions. Today is one of the most exciting times to be at the crossroads of technology and financial services. Leaders in the...

Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks October 2017

Every month I pick out 5 projects from Intel® Developer Mesh that I find interesting and share them with you. There is a diverse array of projects on the site, so narrowing it down to just five can be difficult! I hope you’ll take a few minutes to...

Art’Em – Artistic Style Transfer to Virtual Reality Week 7 Update

Última actualización: 23 de octubre de 2017Por Yash Akhauri

Art’Em is an application that hopes to bring artistic style transfer to virtual reality. It aims to increment the stylization speed by using low precision networks.   In the last article, I delved into the basic proof of concept of multiplication...

Michelle Chuaprasert

Students at the Intel® HPC Developer Conference

Join Michelle Chuaprasert at “Meet the Experts” on Saturday 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Intel® HPC Developer Conference. We’ll talk about our on-going support of the student developer community with conferences such as this as well as programs, learning and networking opportunities and more.

Top Trending IoT October

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for October

Learn more about Intel® System Studio 2018-- from the basics to more advanced applications. We also focus on protection and encryption this month.

Austin Unity Group Meetup, October 2017: Unity Engine and VR

With the Unite 2017 conference being held in Austin, Texas this year it only made sense for the Austin Unity Meetup Group to do a mixer the night before. The mixer was hosted at Capital Factory and hosted a large group of developers from...

Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, Intel® Software Innovators, & Intel® Student Ambassadors: October 2017

Intel® Developers and Innovators were busy over the last month! Here’s an update on what the Intel® Software Innovators, Intel® Black Belt Software Developers, and Intel® Student Ambassadors were up to around the globe. BLACK BELTS Abhishek...

Detecting Video Memory Budget with Dynamic Video Memory Technology* (DVMT*)

Intel recommendations for developers on methods to detect the video memory budget that’s available to your application.

AR/VR Tools and Tech Meetup, Austin Sept 2017: Apple* ARKit and Google* ARCore

The AR/VR Tools and Tech meetup was formed in July in Austin, Texas and is focused on exploring all the newest tech tricks on a monthly basis. The September edition was all about Augmented Reality (AR). Apple and Google are both advancing strong...

Primal Carnage

The Fab Five: Game Developer Content | October

From not-so-pretty dinosaurs to the new Intel® Software Distribution Hub, we've got it all for you this month.

MeshCentral2 - Upcoming Beta 2

Just a quick note to mention that likely within the next week or so, I will be posting MeshCentral2 Beta 2. The latest version of the web based remote management web site. I have not posted an update in a while because Beta 2 has some core changes...

Question: Does Software Actually Use New Instruction Sets?

Over time, Intel and other processor vendors add more and more instructions to the processors that power our phones, tablets, laptops, workstations, servers, and other computing devices. Adding instructions for particular compute tasks is a good...

DEVFEST: SEVEN SMART REASONS TO REGISTER

IoT Skill-Building, Mentoring and More For Developers – Attend Intel Global IoT DevFest II  Nov. 7-8 The return of Intel’s premier online forum for IoT developers worldwide is only weeks away  – which means it’s time to reserve your place at this...

Best of Modern Code October

The Best of Modern Code | October

Don't miss your chance--Register now for the Intel® HPC Developer Conference happening next month. This month you can read about cells in the cloud, future-proofing your code and mode collapse in GANS.

Intel Game Developer Showcase comes back to Austin for year two!

About 3 weeks ago Austin had its second Game Developer Showcase. This Intel sponsored event took place at Brazos Hall, and is one of the keystone events that kick off a week of Game Dev focused activity; all focused around the Austin Games...

October Top Ten

Top Ten Intel Software Developer Stories | October

Learn to build a face access control solution, get horrified in a haunted high school, and be sure to register for the Intel® HPC Developer Conference this month.

The Parallel Universe #29: Old and New

Back in 1993, the institute where I was doing my postdoctoral research got access to a Cray C90* supercomputer. Competition for time on this system was so fierce that we were told―in no uncertain terms―that if our programs didn’t take advantage of...

The Parallel Universe Issue #27: The Changing HP Landscape Still Looks the Same

Celebrating 20 Years of OpenMP* The OpenMP* application programming interface turns 20 this year. To celebrate, we tapped Michael Klemm (the current CEO of the OpenMP Architecture Review Board, or ARB) and some of his colleagues to give an...

The Parallel Universe Issue #28: Parallel Languages, Language Extensions, and Application Frameworks

Back in the days of nonstandard programming languages and immature compilers, parallel computing as we know it today was still far over the horizon. It was still a niche topic, so practitioners were content with language extensions and libraries to...

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