Intel CEO will deliver the keynote address at CES 2024
Keynote theme: Bringing Al to everyone, everywhere
Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, will deliver the keynote address at CES 2024 – the world’s largest and most influential tech event – being held from January 9-12, 2024, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Gelsinger will speak at 5pm (Pacific Time) on January 9, 2024, in the Palazzo Ballroom at the Venetian. The keynote will be live-streamed via the CES app. Gelsinger will speak alongside Kristina Partsinevelos, CNBC Nasdaq correspondent, to discuss the critical roles that silicon and software play in making AI more accessible, providing powerful compute and enabling modern economies.
CES 2024 is hosted by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Ahead of CES 2024, Gelsinger said: “AI is fuelling a fundamental shift, driving interconnectivity between technology and humanity. At the centre of this transition is silicon. Whether it is your PC, the checkout at your local retail store or your personal automobile, semiconductors are essential to maintaining and enabling our modern economies and lifestyles.
“At CES 2024, we will explore how these chips – amplified by innovative and open software – are enabling AI capabilities for consumers and business alike, creating a better, more sustainable and inclusive future for all,” Gelsinger added.
Watch the CES 2023 time-lapse video here:
Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, said: “Pat is a dynamic leader who has brought decades of experience to Intel. Under his leadership, the company is delivering on technology’s promise to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges, including solutions for climate change, healthcare, education and more.”
Gelsinger has more than four decades of technology leadership and experience driving innovation to his name. He has dedicated 30 of those years to Intel in engineering and executive roles. Before returning to Intel in 2021, Gelsinger was CEO of VMware from 2012 to 2021, where he elevated the company to its spot as a global leader in cybersecurity, cloud infrastructure and enterprise mobility.
Gelsinger began his career at Intel in 1979. He managed the creation of key industry technologies like USB and Wi-Fi. He was the architect of the original 80486 processor, led 14 microprocessor programmes and played key roles in the Intel Core and Intel Xeon® processor families. He also served as Intel’s first chief technology officer, contributing to Intel becoming the world’s preeminent microprocessor supplier.
Featured image: Pat Gelsinger has managed the creation of key industry technologies like USB and Wi-Fi. Image: Intel
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