Intel and Discovery Channel Explore Curiosity: The Questions of Life
How are marshmallows connected to robot intelligence? What’s really beneath America? Join Intel and Discovery Channel* as we explore Curiosity: The Questions of Life, a groundbreaking new multimedia partnership that matches Intel’s deep passion for driving innovation with Discovery’s quality educational content.
Intel is proud to contribute to the following:
- A five-year research project to answer some of life’s biggest questions
- Exploring topics such as intelligence and nanotechnology
- Curiosity.com, the information-packed companion to Curiosity
- A global dialogue with Intel experts and some of the world’s brightest minds
- “Spark Your Curiosity,” an education initiative specially designed to encourage students’ interest in the critical fields of science, technology, engineering, and math
Join Intel as we uncover answers to the questions that move us all—and make room for the next generations of discovery.
What Moves Genevieve Bell
Recently named one of the top 50 “Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, Genevieve Bell is Intel’s director of Interaction Design and Experience. She says of curiosity, “You have to know why people love the things they already have, to invent the next generation of things they’re going to want.”
What Moves Shlomit Weiss
Shlomit Weiss, vice president of the Intel Architecture Group in Haifa, Israel, talks about how curiosity helps her team turn Intel’s vision into reality. “Curiosity is something that every engineer has,” she says. “Being curious means asking what’s new—today.”
What Moves Jason Waxman
What if you could access information from thousands of computers without even thinking about it? That’s the power of the cloud. Jason Waxman, general manager of Intel’s Cloud Infrastructure Group, talks about how cloud computing inspires his curiosity.