Innovation surrounds us, at times noticeably but often invisibly. We seek to uncover and shine a light on those moments of inspiration that take place quietly, in unlikely places, performed by courageous and resourceful people. It is these moments that make us optimistic for a better, brighter future.
XPrize founder Peter Diamandis discusses how evolving IT enables more people to change the future.
Journey through Intel’s history, from the 1960s to now, and see how we’re just getting started.
What happens in the space of one Internet minute? Well, for starters: Six million Facebook pages are viewed, 30 hours of video...
Video: Listen to the woman whose designs turn Intel's visions into reality speak about what makes her tick. (1:02)
Do Amazing Things with the Ultrabook™- Inspired by Intel
See how the best part of something happening is right before when anything can happen.
This one-minute video shows Intel Genevieve Bell as she explores technology through everyday curiosity. (1:00)
Batik maker Nancy Margried helps traditional art thrive using technology and old techniques. (5:21)
Exploring how new technologies will make computing more accessible by tapping thousands of computers.
Training 125 girls and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered PCs to inspire learning and education.
Museum staff and visitors describe their favorite new interactive exhibits at the Intel Museum.
Initiative uses Intel®-based computers to stop cassava disease from threatening food security of millions.
Yesenia shares her college journey successes, struggles, and the impact of her Beyond 12 coach.
Training students and teachers to use Intel-based classmate PCs to expand education opportunities.
Initiative uses the Intel-based classmate PC to inspire Vietnamese orphans to pursue education.
Helping set up classrooms, Intel volunteers also gave 24 teachers $1,000 to replace materials.
Intel’s workplace fosters community development, education, and environmental sustainability.
Employees volunteered more than 42,000 hours in 2006 to community organizations.
Video: Intel New Mexico food bank volunteers experiment to redesign working time and flow balance.