Intel researchers explore connected technologies to develop self-driving cars that see each other and make collective decisions to avoid collisions.
Intel researchers explore ways to reinvent the car with connected technologies that can lead to self-driving cars that see each other, talk, and make collective decisions, such as calculating the safest and least congested routes to avoid collisions.
Technologies and apps like Verbalucce turn your computer into a silver-tongued sidekick that provides feedback to improve your communication skills.
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.
Futurist Brian David Johnson discusses the 21st Century robot and the future directions technology may take as science fiction becomes fact.
Intel Labs and World Building Media Lab at USC showcase Leviathan at CES 2014, combining technology, film, and gaming to revolutionize storytelling.
Intel Labs research scientist Margie Morris discusses the Verbalucce engine and analyzing how we talk to each other to improve communication.
Intel Labs research scientist Margie Morris discusses the development of the Verbalucce engine and analyzing the ways people talk to each other to help us become better communicators on a global level.Full View >
Intel Chief Technology Officer, Justin Rattner, on what the future looks like for computing.
Justin Rattner on Intel’s first 40 years as well as how technology will bring man and machine closer together in the next 40.
Justin Rattner on Intel’s first 40 years as well as how technology will bring man and machine closer together in the next 40.Full View >
Paul Otellini on Light Peak, a future in-put/out-put high speed interconnection fiber optics technology. From the Intel keynote at CES 2010.
Thunderbolt™ technology is a high-speed PC connection bringing together high-speed data transfer and high-definition display on a single cable.
Brian David Johnson and scientist Kristi Morgansen on robotic fish and using autonomous vehicles to explore hostile environments such as our oceans.
Brian David Johnson and scientist Kristi Morgansen on robotic fish and using autonomous vehicles to explore hostile environments such as our oceans.Full View >