Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told employees on Tuesday that the company will take more risks going forward and he said change will be the “new normal.” From a report: In an internal memo that was sent to CNBC, Krzanich acknowledged “innovation” inside Intel’s client computing business — its biggest segment — but said the biggest opportunities are in the company’s growth areas like connected devices, artificial intelligence and autonomous driving. “It’s almost impossible to perfectly predict the future, but if there’s one thing about the future I am 100 percent sure of, it is the role of data,” Krzanich wrote. “Anything that produces data, anything that requires a lot of computing, the vision is, we’re there.” The memo also underscores the dramatic change in the nature of Intel’s business as it approaches its 50th anniversary in July 2018. “We’re just inches away from being a 50/50 company, meaning that half our revenue comes from the PC and half from new growth markets,” Krzanich wrote.
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