Intel is set to unveil its new technology, declaring the time to "Go and Do Something Wonderful, at the upcoming CES 2021.

Serving as a world leader in technological solutions, Intel's innovation, scale, and ecosystems have helped meet the needs of a rapidly-evolving world. As a part of the all-virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021, Intel will be previewing its latest solution through two news conferences. The tech giant will also be hosting an in-depth technology session from Mobileye.

Below are some of the events to be hosted by Intel at the upcoming virtual CES 2021:

'It's Time to Go' with Professor Amnon Shashua

Led by autonomous driving leader and Intel subsidiary Mobileye, the first Intel CES News Conference will explain why for autonomous driving, "the time to go is now." Professor Amnon Shashua, senior vice president of Intel and chief executive officer of Mobileye, will be taking attendees on an intimate tour of his garage lab, all while explaining the progress of today with the visions of tomorrow.

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Prof. Shashua will also be discussing the unique interplay between Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Mobileye's autonomous vehicle, further explaining how this connection has shaped the company strategy moving forward.

Enthusiasts can watch the event unfold live on the Intel Newsroom on January 11, 2021, at 10:00 to 10:20 AM PST.

'Doing More With the Power of Computing' with Gregory Bryant

Gregory Bryant, executive vice president and general manager of Intel's Client Computing Group, will be highlighting the transformative power of computing in allowing people to "do more." Together with other Intel execs, the exclusive News Conference will be outlining the tech giant's strategies in the execution and driving of innovation in its process technology, packaging, and architecture - delivering a completely transformative computing experience for both consumers and enterprises.

Bryant and the rest of the Intel execs will also be discussing how Intel delivers to its customers while embracing the growth opportunity from the latest data revolution.

The computing news conference will also be streamed via the Intel Newsroom, also on January 11, 1:00 to 1:30 PM PST.

'Under the Hood' with Professor Amnon Shashua

Prof. Shashua returns on the following day as he unveils the latest updates on Mobileye's automated driving technologies - disclosing details on the roadmap, mapping milestones, Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) and safety progress, and more. The exclusive "Under the Hood" session will also offer news on the company's latest partnerships and collaborative efforts for mobility-as-a-service.

The conference will also serve as the platform in illustrating Mobileye's practices and strategies towards meeting its goals and commitments to driving automation solutions. Additionally, Prof. Shashua will be explaining the company's latest announcement, SuperVision, which is an advanced hands-free driving system. He will also discuss in greater depth Mobileye's most high definition mapping technology.

Fans can expect audio-visual presentations for a comprehensive and enjoyable experience on January 12, 10 to 11 AM PST.

To see and experience what comes next, visit the Intel Newsroom and follow along with @IntelNews and @Intel on Twitter, @Intel on Instagram, and Intel on Facebook.

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