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90% of the Big U.S. Media is headquartered in NEW YORK.

 

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Some of the city's media conglomerates include CNN (WMN&S), the Hearst Corporation, NBCUniversal, The New York Times Company, the Fox Corporation and News Corp, the Thomson Reuters Corporation, WarnerMedia, and ViacomCBS. Seven of the world's top eight global advertising agency networks are headquartered in New York.

 

NEW YORK is a city DOMINATED by powerful JEWS - there is no city in the WORLD where criticizing ISRAEL gets you in more trouble than New York.

 

So yes - THEY RUN AND CONTROL THE MEDIA IN THE UNITED STATES. FROM MANHATTAN. WHERE 9/11 COINCIDENTALLY HAPPENED.

 

MEDIA includes the MUSIC INDUSTRY, FILM INDUSTRY, TV INDUSTRY, GAME INDUSTRY, ADVERTISING INDUSTRY and most importantly the WAR/WEAPONS INDUSTRY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, HistoryIsComplex said:

 

90% of the Big U.S. Media is headquartered in NEW YORK.

 

https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FMedia_in_New_York_City&usg=AOvVaw3nhM5YYUI9KrJ50MUGQxGP

 

 

NEW YORK is a city DOMINATED by powerful JEWS - there is no city in the WORLD where criticizing ISRAEL gets you in more trouble than New York.

 

So yes - THEY RUN AND CONTROL THE MEDIA IN THE UNITED STATES. FROM MANHATTAN. WHERE 9/11 COINCIDENTALLY HAPPENED.

 

MEDIA includes the MUSIC INDUSTRY, FILM INDUSTRY, TV INDUSTRY, GAME INDUSTRY, ADVERTISING INDUSTRY and most importantly the WAR/WEAPONS INDUSTRY.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of course, Israel and the military industrial complex go hand in hand. Even their civilian tech is eyewatering and horrific in it's implications, along with what they stole I can't imagine what their state of the art AI has been cooking up for the military.

 

Here's one I just found browsing, Israel nanotechnology. They put tiny robots in your body that detect chemical reactions in the brain and administer drugs from the inside. 

 

It reads your mind and gives you drugs based on your brain. Couldn't make up this horrifying shit if I tried.

 

Israeli scientists use nanobots and thoughts to control when drugs are administered

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-scientists-use-nanobots-and-thoughts-to-administer-drugs/amp/

 

Absolutely horrific. Don't fall in line? Administer drug of choice.

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Intel's offices in Haifa. Courtesy of Intel

American chip giant Intel has long admitted that it has faltered in the past on the mobile revolution, focusing full-steam on central processing units (CPUs) for personal computers (PCs) and servers, and cornering some 80 percent of that market to build a company now bringing in annual revenue of some $62 billion.

Intel’s attempts to gain traction in the smartphone sphere have been lackluster at best, but it has had success with mobile modems. This is all set to change with the company’s transition to a data-centric entity and its harnessing of the nascent 5G technology, the fifth generation of wireless connectivity.

 

And Intel’s Israel operations are playing a key role in the overhaul.

What is 5G?

5G is set to transform the way we all use the internet by also revolutionizing the current network infrastructure. With greater bandwidth, more powerful processing capabilities and minimal delay (latency), the new generation of wireless connectivity will be able to support unprecedented communications and the transfer of massive amounts of data, according to Intel.

Compared with the current network speed, 4G LTE, 5G is set to be 30 to 50 times faster and will have a dramatic impact across industries and applications.

Elkana Ben Sinai, VP of GM Connectivity at Wireless Connectivity Solutions (WCS) at Intel Corporation. Courtesy

Elkana Ben Sinai, VP, Intel Communications and Devices Group (iCDG) and General Manager of the Wireless Product Group (WPG). Courtesy

Not only are movies and games set to download in seconds, sans buffering, Elkana Ben Sinai, VP of the Intel Communications and Devices Group (iCDG) and General Manager of the Wireless Product Group (WPG), tells NoCamels that the technology will herald a “new era for autonomous cars, smart manufacturing, agriculture, industrial facilities, healthcare, retail, military industries and so on.”

During an interview at Intel’s offices in Haifa, Ben Sinai explains what’s ahead.

“5G is a revolution on all levels: devices, cloud operators, service providers, and content providers. It means a whole new network and new infrastructure. There will be a sharp increase in the number of people connected and everything will be connected and able to communicate,” says Ben Sinai, who joined Intel in 2010 after it acquired chip company Comsys, of which he was CEO.

“Your fridge will be able to know that you are running low on milk, for example. Drone deliveries will be everywhere, the use of autonomous cars will lead to zero road accidents, artificial intelligence capabilities will be able to search databases in seconds, medical surgeries will be more precise and reliable, the world itself will be way more robotized,” Ben Sinai adds.

The involvement of advanced robots in our lives is currently limited to Apple’s Siri, [Amazon’s] Alexa, and the like, he explains, but we will soon be able to perform more important tasks while benefiting from more valuable data.

“Intel wants to serve this market. Its vision is to be a data-centric company, dealing best with data through all its stages: collection, transmission, processing storage. It wants to make use of huge computing, storage, and its artificial intelligence and communication capabilities – very few companies have these combinations,” he tells NoCamels. “And 5G is the leading technology to implement the ‘transmission’ part of this vision.”

For Intel, this means that its innovative products, already ubiquitous, will be even more so.

“New hardware will basically be in all aspects: data collection by new sensors (e.g. Mobileye), communication (e.g 5G), computing (e.g artificial intelligence),” Ben Sinai says. An ambitious move into the mobile phone market is also in the offing, as it is “certainly an ingredient” in Intel’s wider vision.

And Intel Israel, he says, is a “very important design center of Intel Corporation, leading some of its strategic developments in the area of computing, communication, security and more.”

Automotive and cybersecurity 

Intel also has another edge. Last year, the company acquired the Jerusalem-based Mobileye, a developer of cutting-edge autonomous driving technologies, for a whopping $15.3 billion. Mobileye is considered a leader in advanced driver assistance systems – including pedestrian detection, collision warning – aimed to prevent road collisions.

The acquisition marked Intel’s entry into the vibrant automotive market, and the industry plays a central role in Intel’s vision for the future.

https://nocamels.com/2018/07/intel-israel-5g-tech/

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38 minutes ago, Macnamara said:
Intel's offices in Haifa. Courtesy of Intel

American chip giant Intel has long admitted that it has faltered in the past on the mobile revolution, focusing full-steam on central processing units (CPUs) for personal computers (PCs) and servers, and cornering some 80 percent of that market to build a company now bringing in annual revenue of some $62 billion.

Intel’s attempts to gain traction in the smartphone sphere have been lackluster at best, but it has had success with mobile modems. This is all set to change with the company’s transition to a data-centric entity and its harnessing of the nascent 5G technology, the fifth generation of wireless connectivity.

 

And Intel’s Israel operations are playing a key role in the overhaul.

What is 5G?

5G is set to transform the way we all use the internet by also revolutionizing the current network infrastructure. With greater bandwidth, more powerful processing capabilities and minimal delay (latency), the new generation of wireless connectivity will be able to support unprecedented communications and the transfer of massive amounts of data, according to Intel.

Compared with the current network speed, 4G LTE, 5G is set to be 30 to 50 times faster and will have a dramatic impact across industries and applications.

Elkana Ben Sinai, VP of GM Connectivity at Wireless Connectivity Solutions (WCS) at Intel Corporation. Courtesy

Elkana Ben Sinai, VP, Intel Communications and Devices Group (iCDG) and General Manager of the Wireless Product Group (WPG). Courtesy

Not only are movies and games set to download in seconds, sans buffering, Elkana Ben Sinai, VP of the Intel Communications and Devices Group (iCDG) and General Manager of the Wireless Product Group (WPG), tells NoCamels that the technology will herald a “new era for autonomous cars, smart manufacturing, agriculture, industrial facilities, healthcare, retail, military industries and so on.”

During an interview at Intel’s offices in Haifa, Ben Sinai explains what’s ahead.

“5G is a revolution on all levels: devices, cloud operators, service providers, and content providers. It means a whole new network and new infrastructure. There will be a sharp increase in the number of people connected and everything will be connected and able to communicate,” says Ben Sinai, who joined Intel in 2010 after it acquired chip company Comsys, of which he was CEO.

“Your fridge will be able to know that you are running low on milk, for example. Drone deliveries will be everywhere, the use of autonomous cars will lead to zero road accidents, artificial intelligence capabilities will be able to search databases in seconds, medical surgeries will be more precise and reliable, the world itself will be way more robotized,” Ben Sinai adds.

The involvement of advanced robots in our lives is currently limited to Apple’s Siri, [Amazon’s] Alexa, and the like, he explains, but we will soon be able to perform more important tasks while benefiting from more valuable data.

“Intel wants to serve this market. Its vision is to be a data-centric company, dealing best with data through all its stages: collection, transmission, processing storage. It wants to make use of huge computing, storage, and its artificial intelligence and communication capabilities – very few companies have these combinations,” he tells NoCamels. “And 5G is the leading technology to implement the ‘transmission’ part of this vision.”

For Intel, this means that its innovative products, already ubiquitous, will be even more so.

“New hardware will basically be in all aspects: data collection by new sensors (e.g. Mobileye), communication (e.g 5G), computing (e.g artificial intelligence),” Ben Sinai says. An ambitious move into the mobile phone market is also in the offing, as it is “certainly an ingredient” in Intel’s wider vision.

And Intel Israel, he says, is a “very important design center of Intel Corporation, leading some of its strategic developments in the area of computing, communication, security and more.”

Automotive and cybersecurity 

Intel also has another edge. Last year, the company acquired the Jerusalem-based Mobileye, a developer of cutting-edge autonomous driving technologies, for a whopping $15.3 billion. Mobileye is considered a leader in advanced driver assistance systems – including pedestrian detection, collision warning – aimed to prevent road collisions.

The acquisition marked Intel’s entry into the vibrant automotive market, and the industry plays a central role in Intel’s vision for the future.

https://nocamels.com/2018/07/intel-israel-5g-tech/

That's not even mentioning Qualcomm Israel who essentially revolutionised 5G and brought it to the forefront. 

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Intel Acquires Artificial Intelligence Chipmaker Habana Labs

Combination Advances Intel’s AI Strategy, Strengthens Portfolio of AI Accelerators for the Data Center

December 16, 2019

SANTA CLARA Calif., Dec. 16, 2019 – Intel Corporation today announced that it has acquired Habana Labs, an Israel-based developer of programmable deep learning accelerators for the data center for approximately $2 billion. The combination strengthens Intel’s artificial intelligence (AI) portfolio and accelerates its efforts in the nascent, fast-growing AI silicon market, which Intel expects to be greater than $25 billion by 20241.

“This acquisition advances our AI strategy, which is to provide customers with solutions to fit every performance need – from the intelligent edge to the data center,” said Navin Shenoy, executive vice president and general manager of the Data Platforms Group at Intel. “More specifically, Habana turbo-charges our AI offerings for the data center with a high-performance training processor family and a standards-based programming environment to address evolving AI workloads.”

More: Artificial Intelligence at Intel

Intel’s AI strategy is grounded in the belief that harnessing the power of AI to improve business outcomes requires a broad mix of technology – hardware and software – and full ecosystem support. Today, Intel AI solutions are helping customers turn data into business value and driving meaningful revenue for the company. In 2019, Intel expects to generate over $3.5 billion in AI-driven revenue, up more than 20 percent year-over-year. Together, Intel and Habana can accelerate the delivery of best-in-class AI products for the data center, addressing customers’ evolving needs.

https://newsroom.intel.com/news-releases/intel-ai-acquisition/#gs.kbhy4z

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