The 2023 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (Davos Forum) was held in Davos, Switzerland yesterday. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger pointed out that in today’s unstoppable global digitalization process, the five “super technological forces” including computing, connectivity, infrastructure, artificial intelligence, sensing and perception have been built from the analog Age bridges the age to the digital age, profoundly shaping the way we experience the world.
Pat Gelsinger said that as “super technological forces” become increasingly ubiquitous, they are unlocking new and more powerful possibilities. Gelsinger also interpreted the five “super technological forces”:
Computing: Everything is equivalent to a computer. The invention of the 4004 chip essentially started a quantum leap in the modern computing world. Today, 50 years after the 4004 chip was created, nearly everything we interact with is “smart” and has the ability to compute. Today, computing defines the way people experience the world.
Connected: Everyone and everything is connected. Wi-Fi is a key technology in wirelessization, allowing people to move freely while using the network. 5G, 6G will further promote the establishment of safe and reliable connections between everyone and everything.
Infrastructure: Intel is creating a dynamic, reliable path for data storage and interconnected computing. Taking the delivery of visual experience as an example, such as streaming media services, cloud games, and other visual loads, by combining the infinite scale and capacity on the cloud with the infinite coverage of the intelligent edge, the demand for lower latency and higher bandwidth can be met at the same time. demand.
Artificial Intelligence: With intelligence everywhere, AI turns endless data into actionable insights. Data and computing, enabling AI algorithms to predict and create with greater precision. For example, software capable of writing intelligent software at scale.
Sensing and Perception: Collaboration is critical, both for humans and the technologies we create. A technological superpower, sensing and perception is bringing together education, research institutions and businesses to find ways to make human life better.
Furthermore, Pat Gelsinger stated that each of the five “supertechnological superpowers” builds on the others as technology becomes increasingly important to all aspects of human existence today, while also reinforcing each other, thus forming a powerful cycle that continuously increases influence and accelerates technological innovation, exploration and growth.