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Executive Interviews: Rina Doherty discusses experience metrics.
Genevieve Bell is an Intel Fellow and director of the Interaction and Experience Research Group within the Intel Labs.
Tomorrow Project Futurism
Intel's silicon technology manufacturing makes fast, smart, and energy-efficient technologies to better performance and reduce environmental impact.
Intel Senior Vice President Brian Krzanich talks about Intel’s forward looking spirit, asking: what will people want and need in the future?
The hybrid silicon laser integrates capabilities of Indium Phosphide with light-routing of silicon and is a key enabler for silicon photonics
Intel Science and Technology Centers are Intel-funded, technology specific research collaborations between Intel and U.S. universities.
Researchers use a learning algorithm to create a face recognition program that can be used in a variety of context-aware applications.
A power management framework allows researchers to reduce power use across a platform and within a single product generation.
Intel collaborated on the 3D internet application called ScienceSim, a tool for visualization, education, training, and scientific discovery.
Overview of the silicon-based avalanche photodetector project, where light sensors process optical communications to electrical signals.
Location sensing, ambient light and other elements help the computer intelligently guide, inform, and support the user’s activities.
With data collected via device detection, suggestions can be made to the user based on people they are with or within proximity.
A partnership between Intel, Yahoo and HP created the Open Cirrus* Cloud Computing Testbed, allowing an exchange of findings and open source software.
Researchers strive to create a virtual world infrastructure capable of being scalable, 3D, and with a realistic, visually immersive appearance.
The single-chip cloud computer is an experimental, scalable research microprocessor and resembles a cloud of computers integrated into silicon.
Researchers focus on exploring energy-efficient designs for future multi-core chips as part of the Teraflops research chip project.