Episode: Research@Intel 2013: Opening Keynote


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Research@Intel 2013: Opening Keynote

Research@Intel 2013: In his address to the attendees of Intel Labs’ signature event, Research@Intel, CTO Justin Rattner welcomes visitors to seek out four zones of innovation on the exhibit floor : The Data Society, Intelligent Everything, Enriching Lives, and Tech Essentials. He also provides an update on the growth of Intel Labs’ Intel Science and Technology Centers. Also on stage: a demo on measuring brain activity and what it means in monitoring actions such as driving; and stories of the future with Steve Brown, Intel Futurist and Chief Evangelist; Maria Bezaitis, Principal Engineer; Jennifer Healey, Research Scientist.



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