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While most of us are carrying around phones, ultrabooks and maybe the occasional mammoth laptop, these only represent a fraction of the computing capabilities found in today’s supercomputers. For those who don’t know, supercomputers...Show More Summary
Today, my team is announcing a major update to Intel® Graph Builder for Apache Hadoop software, our open source library that structures big data for graph-based machine learning and data mining. This update will help data scientists accelerate their time-to-insight … Read more > The post Pigs can build graphs too for graph analytics appeared first on Intel Labs.
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 … Read more > The post How DIY and the Maker Movement Can Help Students in Need appeared first on Intel Labs.
For centuries we’ve relied on “one size fits all” generalizations to guide decisions. For example, I hear marketers today saying “the millennial generation loves sharing everything on social media.” Many do, but I certainly know some that don’t. “Children ages … Read more > The post Making it personal (safely) with Big Data appeared first on Intel Labs.
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 … Read more > The post What would you do with extra 40%…? appeared first on Intel Labs.
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 … Read more > The post Fueling the Future Devices appeared first on Intel Labs.
I’m often frustrated when my children bring home assignments based on memorization and regurgitation. Will these assignments really prepare them for modern life? Society is evolving, and increasingly the jobs that will support a quality standard of living will be … Read more > The post Turning Classrooms Upside-Down with Adaptive Learning appeared first on Intel Labs.
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 > The post What can you do to add trust to strangeness? 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 > The post Ask the Expert: The Internet of Things 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.
Blog written by Intel Labs Senior Researcher, Susan Faulkner. She presented her work today (Tuesday, May 13th) at MakerCon 2014 in San Mateo, CA. Meet the new makers. They are creative, passionate and determined, but they may not be...Show More Summary
Across the spectrum of computing devices, from supercomputers and datacenters to tablets and wearables, there is a constant pressure to increase capabilities while consuming less power. For the high end, it is because we want to fitShow More Summary
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.
Do you want to play your high-quality PC game with all the amazing graphics on your mobile device, sitting on the couch in the living room? Do you want a fully wireless, mobile virtual reality experience? While smartphones and tablets … Read more > The post High quality, low latency in-home streaming for mobile devices appeared first on Intel Labs.
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...Show More Summary
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 > The post Intel Labs at Intel Developer Forum 2014 appeared first on Intel Labs.
Another IDF is right around the corner. Starting next Tuesday (Sep, 9th), we will be showing our latest research about Virtual Reality in the Extreme Zone on the 2nd floor of the Moscone Center. If you have been following the … Read more > The post IDF 2014: Virtual Reality Research appeared first on Intel Labs.
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.
Software defined networking (SDN) offers a new approach to network management and programmability for the purpose of enabling more flexible network architectures and agile service deployments. SDN introduces new standards and mechanisms...Show More Summary
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 > The post So, how do you build apps for Jimmy? appeared first on Intel Labs.