Inspiring a Better Future Through Technology
Discover how innovative individuals and ideas are building a better world by creating the new and reinventing the familiar
Flying whale takes storytelling to the next level
Intel Labs researchers explore technologies to take storytelling to the next level including the Leviathan demo, a 3-D flying whale that swam out of the screen to hover over the crowd at the Consumer Electronics Show.
A shot at preventing colon cancer
Kevin Stonewall presents research on his vaccine for preventing colon cancer, including response, tumor growth, and survival rates in mice, as a finalist at the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair1 (Intel ISEF).
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Superhero solution on a student budget
The Titan Arm wins first place at the Intel-supported 2013 Cornell Cup USA, showcasing the abilities of the easy-to-use, inexpensive, powered exoskeleton in assisting with lifting activities and muscle recovery.
Your computer, your silver-tongued sidekick
Intel Labs researchers develop technologies, such as Verbalucce—an app for profiling linguistic styles, that turn your computer into a silver-tongued sidekick that analyzes communications with feedback to help you communicate more effectively.
The future of car safety: Gossip
Intel researchers explore connected technologies to develop self-driving cars that see each other and make collective decisions to avoid collisions.
Intel and conflict-free minerals
Learn about Intel’s efforts to achieve a conflict-free supply chain with transparency and reporting by driving accountability, encouraging broad action, and in-region sourcing.
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Imagine your robot today. Design one tomorrow
Discover how Intel’s 21st Century Robot program hopes to increase the growth, diversity, and utility of robots with a 3-D printable open source robot.
Seeing through the storm
See the research that Intel Labs and Carnegie Mellon University are collaborating on, such as smart headlights, which direct individual light rays to see through raindrops and snowflakes to make night driving safer, and other applications.