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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) selected Intel and University of California (UC) San Diego to join the Hardening Development Toolchains Against Emergent Execution Engines (HARDEN) program that aims to create practical tools to disrupt complex cyberattacks.
Intel and Penn Medicine announced the results of the largest medical federated learning study to date in which the privacy-preserving AI technique was shown to improve cancerous brain tumor detection by 33%.
Intel has signed an agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to perform in its Data Protection in Virtual Environments program dedicated to developing an accelerator for fully homomorphic encryption.