There was also discussion of how Intel's tech is being built into self-driving cars.
Intel has been busy over the past week making firmware updates available, and Krzanich said more than 90 percent of Intel processors will have an update available by the end of the week, with the remainder by the end of January. Everyone from chip makers to operating system vendors to system companies has participated in finding ways to patch the bugs and protect consumer data.
Intel learned of the security flaw in June and several months later, in late November, Krzanich exercised and sold almost 900,000 company shares and stock options, making about $24 million, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings. The company's emergence in this area is no surprise, given it bought Mobileye, an autonomous auto software firm, for $15 billion previous year, but Intel seems to be making progress, demonstrating a auto with 12 cameras and a 180-degree field of view, letting the vehicle "see" up to 300 metres ahead. Chief Executive Officer Brian Krzanich prefaced his annual celebration of the future of technology with a warning.
This "immersive media" viewing experience is also being expanded by installing cameras in players' helmets in the National Football League to provide viewers with their perspectives, Intel announced.
Manchester City superstar does not intend to leave Etihad Stadium in summer
De Bruyne, 26, was a surprise name on the teamsheet at the Etihad but delivered two assists against Watford to prove his fitness. David Silva was also influential on his return to the side after missing four of the previous five games for personal reasons.
In his speech, Krzanich said that two million vehicles created by BMW, Nissan and Vokswagen will use Mobileye Road Experience Management (REM) technology to crowdsource data to build and update low-priced, scalable and high definition maps during this year.
Speaking at the keynote address, Krzanich spoke on a diverse range of topics, but was first compelled to address the elephant in the room. The "flying car" can also be flown autonomously.
During his keynote speech yesterday Krzanich also discussed some details surrounding Intel's new automated driving platform.
Krzanich showed how companies are using Intel's technology to transform their businesses through AI. But how this is changing technology is essentially with the way the data is used.
Mark Zuckerberg announces overhaul of Facebook news feed
Facebook has said before that it will emphasize personal connections over business pages and celebrities that people follow. Facebook , he said, had closely studied what kinds of posts had stressed or harmed users.
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich said Monday night that the computer chip giant has heard of no attacks based on two critical security flaws revealed last week in its chips - called Spectre and Meltdown - that affect almost every computer and smartphone on the planet. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation) Intel Corporation's 49-qubit quantum computing test chip, code-named "Tangle Lake", is unveiled at 2018 CES in Las Vegas. Intel's neuromorphic prototype chip "Loihi" is now fully functioning and will be shared with research partners this year.
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.
In addition to working on superconducting qubits, Intel is also investing in "spin qubits", a relatively new development which requires (bear with us) quantum control of the electron and the nuclear spin of a single atom in silicon.
Jeff Bezos is the richest person in history
Microsoft ( MSFT ) founder Bill Gates officially got the memo on Monday that he is no longer the richest person in the world. Rockefeller was the richest ever, with a net worth of an estimated $340 billion (inflation-adjusted) in 1937.