Qualcomm AI Research explores fundamental research to combine causality with AI
At its core, science is all about finding causal relations. For example, it is not enough to know that smoking and cancer are correlated; what is important is to know that if we start or stop smoking, then that will change our probability of getting cancer.
You’re ready to take your shot with the biggest high-tech players. You pack your finest business casual, drop an apple (you won’t eat) in your bag, and hop on a flight. Three airport tacos, one hotel check-in, and two shuttles later, and there you are, at the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) in Orlando, Florida.
If you’re one of many women making this tech-wonder-land pilgrimage, you may be excited-meets-anxious about what to expect and what happens if you sign on the dotted line.
We are excited to announce the launch of the second round of TaroWorks Enterprise Grant, where we will award $20,000 to a social enterprise with last mile distribution needs, with funding from Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™.
MANILA, Philippines, September 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative, and Hapinoy celebrated the success of their joint Mobile MicroBusiness Hubs Program, coinciding with Hapinoy’s 15th Year Anniversary.
Innovation is at the core of our business and is thus imperative to our continued success. Diverse teams – built around different perspectives, demographics, experiences and skill sets – fuel creativity and innovation. We’re continuously building a pipeline of diverse talent to help us meet the needs of diverse customers worldwide, now and in the future.
Our focused approach to finding top talent and our use of training and development as key recruitment tools have helped us increase our hiring rate for women and URMs while also reducing attrition within both groups.
The story of engineering breakthroughs by Qualcomm Incorporated and its affiliated companies (Qualcomm) – and the wireless revolution they’ve made possible – is a case study for how the U.S. patent system helps inventors get their ideas into the marketplace, while funding future risk-taking and innovation.
At Qualcomm, we believe that the U.S. patent system should reflect the diversity of this country, and if we can diversify who is inventing and patenting, we can create jobs, boost the U.S. economy, close wage and wealth gaps and ensure the U.S. remains a global leader in innovation.