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"Intel kicked off the annual Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco with a very cool music-playing demo. Three different groups of performers jammed together on stage in front of thousands of developers at the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco.", venturebeat.com
"The company that arguably started and dominated the intelligent devices market for decades now finds itself in the role of an underdog, just as weâre entering an era when the number of smart, computing-capable, connected things is exploding all around us.", www.usatoday.com
"Andy Grove, the renowned CEO of Intel who died in March, coined a phrase beloved in Silicon Valley: “Only the paranoid survive.” Intel is the world’s biggest semiconductor company because when Grove was in charge, it dominated the personal computer industry and was an important player in the associated business in computer servers. Today, the PC market is shrinking, hurting the Santa Clara company’s profit. [...] Intel missed joining a number of other markets that did not look like the PC business, particularly smartphones. The conference is where the hard-core geeks of computing gather to hear about what’s coming in the realms of processing power, memory and other technology that enables the modern world. At the Developer Forum, Krzanich will deliver a keynote speech, in which he is expected to dwell on topics like virtual reality, sensors and artificial intelligence, which was in the news last week when Intel bought an AI startup, Nervana Systems,", www.sfgate.com