Partners Announce Initiative at Consumer Electronics Show; Urge Tech Industry to Collective Action NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Intel, Vox Media, Re/code and Born This Way Foundation are coming together to co-create Hack Harassment (#hackharassment), a new initiative to fight online harassment and create safer, more inclusive online experiences. Technology and media industries, nonprofits, academia, influencers and thought leaders, and members of online communities are encouraged to join the initiative. Hack Harassment will host a series of hackathons later this year to increase accountability, advance anti-harassment technology solutions and effect positive change.
At Spring/Summer 2016 New York Fashion Week (NYFW), Intel is teaming up with industry leaders in fashion – Milk Studios, WMG-IMG, as well as the designers and creators behind the collections – to spotlight the possibilities of technology for infusing fashion with intelligence for the modern consumer. As a sponsor of MADE Fashion Week, Intel will highlight the possibilities of technology on and off the runway in order to enhance and improve the Fashion Week experience. For more details on what Intel will be doing at NYFW, check out this blog by Ayse Ildeniz and the virtual press kit where drone captures, photography and video will be posted throughout Fashion Week (September 10-17)
Celebrate this year’s Grandparents Day by initiating a Family Skill Swap , where grandchildren, grandparents and even parents can learn valued skills from one another. While grandparents can share secret family recipes or the most useful skill they learned from home economics, grandchildren can introduce their grandparents to e-reading and photo editing capabilities available on their tech gadgets
WHEN: Aug. 18-20, 2015 WHERE: Moscone Center West, San Francisco WHAT: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich The 2015 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) will bring together the developers, technologists and makers who create the products, engineer the systems, render the movies and power the toys that deliver amazing experiences. At the annual conference, Intel will share its vision and latest innovations to spark new ideas, collaboration and conversation with its partners.
Intel has once again been named among the ” Top 50 Companies for Executive Women ” by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE). The 2015 list celebrates US companies that have programs and policies in place that promote the advancement of women, including training, accountability and succession planning. Intel is committed to significantly increase hiring, retention and advancement of women in the tech industry and offers innovative programs that are uniquely designed to help women build meaningful lives and careers
Many are guilty of loving our tech – in some occasions, too much. In light of Valentine’s Day, Intel came up with a few fun reasons why our technology holds a special place in our hearts. Why do you love your tech