Now that the dust has settled from the 6th Annual Research At Intel Day press event, I am still amazed at the breadth and variety of research projects that were on display. Researchers from Israel, China, Russia and the US brought their ideas to the Computer History Museum on June 11. The contrast between the historic computing artifacts and the possible future of technology was really inspiring.Demos ranged from technology for long term healthcare to object recognition. There were mood phones and environmental smog detectors; the latest advances with the Classmate PC to hardware assisted malware detection. Check out these videos to learn more about some of the projects shown at Research Day. Ultra-low Video Encoding Accelerator
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