To enable radically new user experiences, Intel Labs has been exploring system security and privacy with the goal that any device that computes on Intel conducts its operations in a secure and privacy preserving manner. Last year, Intel published the … Read more >
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In recent years, most airlines began charging passengers a fee to check their luggage. To avoid these fees, passengers like me pack as much as possible into one carry-on bag. I learned first-hand this practice can have unexpected consequences. Halfway … Read more >
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When we make a phone call a lot of things happen in the background. Bullet proof carrier/mobile networks allow us to stay in touch with our family and friends. A lot of proprietary equipment, trained professionals and complicated software are … Read more >
The post Shaping the future of networks from our hands to the datacenters appeared first on Intel Labs.
Modern devices often have multiple sensors such as a camera, microphone, GPS, accelerometer, and magnetometer. These built-in sensors can check our current location, remind us of appointments, and tell us how to get to the appointment. While this is useful, … Read more >
The post Going beyond location awareness to a holistic context awareness and actionable awareness appeared first on Intel Labs.
Our experiences as we head out to have some fun or drive to work will contribute towards how we feel about the day. Running late for an appointment because of unexpectedly full parking lots, heavy or rerouted traffic, or delayed … Read more >
While multiple factors play in bringing missing children home the key in the search is the current photograph of the child. If the child went missing for quite some time it is possible that he/she might look different during the … Read more >
The post Face Age Progression: Technology that can help bring missing children home appeared first on Intel Labs.
Jimmy is a 3-D printed and open-source robot which in the Internet of Things (IoT) can be considered a Thing. Jimmy is a manifestation of what the future might look like when our lives are tightly interwoven with smart gadgets … Read more >
In her keynote at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013, Intel Fellow Dr. Genevieve Bell laid out the common themes across seven billion mobile futures. This year at IDF, we will show you Intel’s foundational research to make future Intel … Read more >
At least some Intel Researchers will tell you “Of course!”! Their confidence received a strong boost this week when their work with Technische Universität München and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München: Petascale High Order Dynamic Rupture Earthquake Simulations on Heterogeneous Supercomputers earned the honor … Read more >
The post Can supercomputers help societies prepare for earthquakes? appeared first on Intel Labs.
Only supercomputers have the power to answer questions such as these to gain powerful scientific insights Why does a hydrogen atom ionize when it collides with an electron? How to prove Big Bang theory? Where can the next earthquake strike? … Read more >
The post What makes a super computer become a super computer? appeared first on Intel Labs.
Blog written by Intel Labs Research Scientist, Brian Murphy. He presented his work today at Intel Developer Forum 2014 Shenzhen. Please visit for more information. By 2020, billions of smart things will be connected to the internet and each of us … Read more >
The post The Internet of Things will overtake you only if you let it appeared first on Intel Labs.
Ilderem is Vice President and director of Integrated Computing Research at Intel Labs, will be a keynote speaker next month at the IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things, in Seoul, South Korea. Ilderem’s work with the IoT focuses on … Read more >
I had plenty of questions when I became a first time parent, especially parenting in a country which is not my home country. At that time, I became part of a network where members of the network could share any … Read more >
In my previous blog “what would you do with extra 40%…“, I mentioned about the Graphics core that Intel Researcher, James Tschanz’s team invented and are publishing at International Solid-State Circuits Conference 2014. Intel Labs is continuously innovating to improve future energy efficient devices. See how below. Enjoy! (click for high resolution image) […] Read more >
What do you use your smartphone, tablet, or Ultrabook for if you had enough battery life so that you don’t have to worry about recharging for extra 40 minutes? Maybe you’re a gamer, immersing yourself in 3D worlds and fast-paced action. Perhaps you download and stream movies in high-definition. Or maybe you take your own […] Read more >
Meet me, Divya, a software engineer by profession and a tinkerer by hobby. I make all types of creative things using the objects I have accessible. Like a parking garage made of empty paper towel rolls for my son to park his toy cars in or another project close to my heart, making handmade cards […] Read more >
Imagine being able to create a photorealistic 3D model of any object on the fly. Pre-rendered 3D models are already having a huge impact on the film and gaming industries and engineers like Manfred Ernst at Intel’s Visual Computing Institute… Read more >
After witnessing the visual computing research demos at Research at Intel Day 2011, I am excited to envision consumer shopping experience in the near future. Actually the “near” future is going to be nearer than I thought because Intel Labs… Read more >
Virtual environments, the way they are designed today have limits on the numbers of users they can support at a time and do not provide immersive, rich interaction. Today’s virtual environments are being pushed to a point where they can… Read more >
Here are my thoughts on Research within Intel’s Academic and Research Centers. At this booth, I got an overview of visual computing research centers and its focus area with some cool demos. These centers create a community of researchers across… Read more >