Intel Addresses the Elephant in the Room

Chip Issue Makes Nearly All Computers Vulnerable to Hackers

Chip Issue Makes Nearly All Computers Vulnerable to Hackers

He added that Intel expects the remaining products to received updates "by the end of January".

Intel and Mobileye are moving forward with the latter's REM platform, an HD mapping solution that uses data collected by REM-capable vehicles on roads to build maps that can be used as a key ingredient in ADAS and autonomous driving systems.

Then Krzanich turned to his prepared keynote address, which featured flying drones and a guest appearance from former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and National Football League analyst Tony Romo. A self-driving Ford Fusion made its way onto the keynote stage with Krzanich as well, making it the first 100-vehicle test fleet run by Israel-based software company Mobileye, which Intel acquired for $15 billion in 2017. SAIC is said to develop Levels 3, 4, and 5 autonomous vehicles based on Mobileye's technology.

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich speaks at the 2018 CES show in Las Vegas.

"A common element to all of the published attacks for all three vulnerability variants of these attacks so far has been the use of cache timing attacks to leak the read speculatively read data to the attacker", Capsule 8 stated in a blog post. Everyone from chip makers to operating system vendors to system companies has participated in finding ways to patch the bugs and protect consumer data.

In the China market, Krzanich disclosed two critical partnerships with leading automotive manufacturer SAIC Motor and digital mapping company NavInfo.

Shares of Intel (INTC), which closed Monday at $44.74, losing 4.5% in the week, have been under heavy selling pressure ever since reports of a security vulnerability with its CPU chips.

It also asks for whistleblowers or others with information about Mr. Krzanich's stock sales are also encouraged to get in touch.

He announced Intel is partnering with Ferrari North America to bring the power of AI to the Ferrari Challenge North America Series that will take place on six courses in the USA this year. These discoveries will impact almost every sector of innovation, and Intel is at the forefront of this revolution, bringing to life the promise of data-driven experiences through autonomous driving, AI, 5G and VR.

Last March, Microsoft committed to using ARM processors for its Azure cloud service, and in December, Microsoft Azure deployed Advanced Micro Devices processors in its data centers.

The unlimited resource, as Krzanich called data, will impact society much the way the invention of the combustible engine and computer did in previous centuries.

Krzanich took time to tout the company's 49-qubit chip, which he described as a "major breakthrough" for quantum computing, before touting the changes in transport Intel is helping to bring about.

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