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>> Intel taking on the elephant in the room, the world's biggest tech show, CES. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's keynote speech on Monday night getting extra attention from conference-goers and the media.>> Before we start, I wanna take a moment to think the industry were coming together for another purpose, to address the recent security research findings reported as Meltdown inspector.
>> Those security flaws unveiled to the world only days before this event impacted almost every modern computing device. There was no apology for the bugs that have sent companies like Apple scrambling to come up with patches to keep out hackers. But Krzanich says so far there are no known exploit of the flaws that have compromised customer data.
>> And we're working tirelessly on these issues to ensure it stays that way.>> With that, Krzanich moved on to unveil a two-hour show of video, lights, and drones to highlight Intel's newest technology and businesses, from virtual reality services that will give sports fans a new way to experience this year's Winter Olympics, to an autonomous air taxi called Volocopter that one day could pick you up and fly you around your city.
Intel put on a dazzling performance Vegas style, ending with 100 drones simultaneously dancing in the Grand Theater jam-packed with an audience that gave a big applause to the performance. And just like that, the elephant was addressed.