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Paper: Ct is a deterministic parallel programming model which leverages emerging general-purpose GPU programming models and exploits CPU flexibility.
Paper: Proposed architecture for tera-scale processors, including performance, scalability, and manufacturability of the uncore.
The Invented@Intel Labs web series highlights the impact of the research from Intel Labs by telling stories
Report: Evaluate radix sort on Intel® MIC architecture, implement radix sort on Knights Ferry, and improve the GPU radix performance.
Paper: How to efficiently build bounding volume hierarchies with surface area heuristic on the Intel® Many Integrated Core Architecture.
Intel Labs focuses on several research areas, each with their own projects. Topics include immersive experience, intelligent connectivity, and more.
Brian David Johnson and geneticist Madoo Varma on creating computer chips to sequence our genes and medicine tailored to personal genetic codes.
Brian David Johnson, Justin Rattner and Alan Kay discuss visioning and inventing the future and ways to rethink energy consumption in new technology.
Intel Futurist and sci-fi writer Brian David Johnson discusses The Tomorrow Project and explains the "future-casting" process at Intel.
Brian David Johnson and scientist Tadayoshi Khono on embedded computational devices, and security.
Brian David Johnson and Nola Donato on erasing the boundaries between physical reality and virtual reality. Includes future consumer applications.
Teaser video for the Sponsors of Tomorrow webisodes which showcase the technologies of tomorrow.
Intel engages with academia on many levels through the Academic Research Office, focusing on internet-scale systems, memory devices, and more.
Paper: Discusses High Performance Computing thermal and power challenges including hot-spot superpositions, on-chip power delivery, and more
Brian David Johnson interviews Hong Wang and Perry Wang on extremely small-scale processor chip architecture for faster and more efficient computing