I had a chance to chat with Justin Rattner, Intel CTO, as he reflected on Intel’s first 40 years and looked ahead to the next 40 years. He says instead of technology being an evolution over time, big revolutionary changes tend to happen in rapid “giant leaps”. He thinks the next major leap will be in the human interface with technology, with potential future breakthroughs in processing that would have the physical boxes of computers disappear into the fabric of our daily lives. Watch this video to hear Justin describe it himself:
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