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Intel New Mexico RISE Report: Our Commitment to Our Community and Corporate Responsibility

By Erika Edgerly | New Mexico Public Affairs Director
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I am so excited to share with you our new Intel New Mexico 2020 RISE Report.

As New Mexico’s largest technology developer and manufacturer, we are committed to being a sustainable and responsible neighbor. Now is the time to help strengthen our New Mexico communities – we don’t just work here; we live here too, and we’re invested in the state’s recovery and growth as we look to the future.

Leveraging Technology to Provide Global Pandemic Relief

Reflecting on the Past Year and Our Plans to Address the Impact of COVID-19
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By Rick Echevarria

Intel AI-Powered Backpack Helps Visually Impaired Navigate World

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What’s New: Artificial intelligence (AI) developer Jagadish K. Mahendran and his team designed an AI-powered, voice-activated backpack that can help the visually impaired navigate and perceive the world around them. The backpack helps detect common challenges such as traffic signs, hanging obstacles, crosswalks, moving objects and changing elevations, all while running on a low-power, interactive device.

Intel Investing To Restore 46 Million Gallons of Water in Costa Rica

Summary: 
  • This is the first project funded in Latin America as part of Intel’s 2030 RISE goal to achieve net positive water by 2030.
  • The project will protect the forest for a period of 10 years to avoid degradation, enabling the restoration of approximately 46 million gallons of water per year.
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  • This is the first project funded in Latin America as part of Intel’s 2030 RISE goal to achieve net positive water by 2030.
  • The project will protect the forest for a period of 10 years to avoid degradation, enabling the restoration of approximately 46 million gallons of water per year.

From Young Immigrant To Intel VP: Xochitl Monteon Extends Her Hand To Help Women in STEM

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Xochitl Monteon has lived most her life as an “only.” The only immigrant. The only Mexican. The only woman. Now, as a leader at Intel, she works to create an environment where diverse mindsets foster innovation.

A universal language

Born in Mexico, Xochitl (pronounced SOH-chee) was 4 years old when her family immigrated to San Jose, California. Her parents were migrant farm and tannery workers with an incredible work ethic and self-starter attitude, something they made sure to instill in their children.

Unlocking the Value of Diversity in Supply Chains

By Dr. Randhir Thakur | Chief Supply Chain Officer, Intel Corporation
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Celebrating Black History Month brings opportunity to engage more deeply in conversations with friends, family members, and colleagues. While many are familiar with Dr. Martin Luther King’s civil rights efforts, we may not easily recall the importance he placed on economic equity in outlining his vision for a more inclusive world. In the famous “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963, King highlighted the “vast ocean of material prosperity” that lay beyond the reach of many American citizens. King knew that freedom depended a great deal on access to economic opportunities. 

How Intel Employees Volunteered Their Data Science Expertise To Help Costa Rica Save Lives During the Pandemic

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What do you do when a terrifying pandemic that has shaken the globe threatens to overwhelm your country? For Intel employees in Costa Rica, the answer was to offer their problem-solving expertise—and over 1,000 hours of highly technical work—helping the government develop an effective response plan.

Intel Pledges $5M to Develop HBCU Tech Law and Policy Center

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February 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As part of its commitment to build a more equitable world, Intel will donate $5 million over the next five years to North Carolina Central University (NCCU), a historically Black college and university (HBCU), to create a new tech law and policy center. Steven R. Rodgers, Intel’s general counsel, will join the law school’s board of visitors to help direct additional resources and support for the law school.

In the Face of Adversity, Authenticity and Fearlessness Led Brittany to Success

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Brittany Lee often felt that people from her community were not supposed to “make it.” It seemed like the cards were stacked against her from the start.

Customer Participation in PGE's Green Future Impact Program Catalyzes New Renewable Energy Facility

Intel Corp. enabled PGE agreement with Avangrid Renewables to add 138-megawatts of new renewable energy, filling program’s original capacity.
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PORTLAND, Ore., February 12, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Portland General Electric (NYSE:POR) today announced that Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has joined PGE’s Green FutureSM Impact program. Intel’s participation is enabling PGE to enter into a 15-year agreement with Avangrid Renewables, a subsidiary of AVANGRID, Inc. (NYSE:AGR), to purchase clean, emissions-free energy from a new 138-megawatt solar facility that will be developed in Wasco County, Oregon.

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