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Intel Senior Vice President Brian Krzanich talks about Intel’s forward looking spirit, asking: what will people want and need in the future?
Video: Shlomit Weiss manages CPU design for Intel in Israel. Listen to her speak about what makes her tick.
Intel’s Vu Nguyen demonstrates life without keys via facial geometry and biometric data technology, enabling each person to become their own key.
Denmark is on track to a better future producing 50% of its energy sustainably. Powered with intelligent connected systems from Intel.
Through research from Intel Labs you may soon lose your keys forever as new technology enables each person to become their own key and password.
Through research from Intel Labs you may soon lose your keys forever as new facial geometry, biometric data, and voice recognition technology enable each person to become their own key and password.
Curiosity leads Intel anthropologist Dr. Genevieve Bell to observe technology’s role in everyday life and provide insights for future technologies.
Never-ending curiosity leads Intel anthropologist Dr. Genevieve Bell to observe technology’s role in everyday life, providing insights and ideas for creating future technologies.
Intel’s Shlomit Weiss tours Intel in Israel, where her team designed the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor and continues to innovate new ideas.
Intel’s Shlomit Weiss gives a quick tour at Intel in Israel, where her team just finished designing the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor and continues to ask the question, “What’s new today?”
Intel’s FastForward program engages in exascale-level computing research and development with FastForward processor and memory projects.
To achieve exascale-level computation, Intel’s FastForward program was awarded subcontracts for the FastForward processor and FastForward memory projects, as well as contracts for extreme-scale computing research and development.