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In 2020, more than 50 billion devices will be connected worldwide, enabling unparalleled access to real-time data and insights. This dramatic shift is fueling a smart and connected revolution, with the potential to disrupt industries and transform the world as we know it today.

As the company powering the majority of the world’s data centers, connecting hundreds of millions of mobile and IoT devices, and helping secure and protect enterprise and government IT systems, Intel has the knowledge, expertise and vision to support the new smart and connected world and harness its solutions to address some of the world’s most challenging issues. Working with partners across technology, transportation, industrial, retail and many other sectors, Intel is accelerating the world of tomorrow, today.

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The 5G network will set the stage for data-rich services and sophisticated cloud apps, delivered faster and with lower latency than ever before. From autonomous vehicles to smart cities and factories, the 5G infrastructure will serve as the critical information highway supporting new industry innovations and opportunities.

Artificial Intelligence

smart-and-connected-aiBy allowing machines to learn, reason, act and adapt in the real world, artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping businesses unlock deeper levels of knowledge and insights from massive amounts of data. Intel powers more than 97 percent of servers deployed in support of machine learning and is committed to advancing the future of AI.

Autonomous Driving

Automobility 2-smallAutonomous driving will change our lives and societies for the better, making our journey’s safer and more enjoyable. Intel is working alongside partners and experts around the world to create a new class of smart and connected transportation solutions that span today’s advanced driver assistance systems through to breakthrough new technologies that will deliver tomorrow’s self-driving cars.