After meeting with Hawking himself, Intel's CTO Justin Rattner is spearheading a project to improve Hawking's computer system, allowing for an increase in words per minute typing speed. The research team is set on getting Hawking back up to his previous five words per minute. If all goes well, the system might even boost that number upwards of ten.
What does the future of computing look like? Intel's chief technology officer Justin Rattner has a better inkling than most.
Not too many people get excited by microprocessors, and that’s a problem for Intel. “The customer in general isn’t just interested in buying technology,” says Justin Rattner, Corporate VP and head of Intel Labs, sounding a bit more like Steve Jobs than Andy Grove. Show More Summary
On the third day of Intel‘s (INTC) “Developer Forum” in San Francisco, chief technology officer Justin Rattner focused on the company’s efforts in wireless technology. Rattner showed off a prototype chip called “Rosepoint.” It is part of what Rattner calls “Moore’s Radio,” a play on the chip principle “Moore’s Law,” which says that transistors increase [...]
The last day of IDF is always reserved for the Intel technology research keynote. This keynote has nothing to do with product announcements, or roadmap updates for the next year, it's a look into the future 5 - 10 years from now. And we're here live blogging it. The Justin Rattner keynote should get underway in about 10 minutes.
Intel's chief technology officer, Justin Rattner, doesn't own a smartphone. Well, not by his definition anyway. Talking in Tel Aviv, Rattner was evangelizing about the opportunities in machine learning, and outlining the goals of the firm's Collaborative Research Institute for Computational Intelligence. Show More Summary
Justin Rattner, Intel CTO and director, Intel Labs, presented a compelling vision of the future in his IDF 2010 keynote yesterday entitled, Context: How it Will Really Change Everything. Justin outlined how context will be used to capture information about … Continue reading ?
Justin Rattner gave a pretty fascinating keynote at IDF today about what he thought the big advances would be by 2050. He included three demonstrations from some out-there research that is happening in some of intel’s “Lab-lets” in Seattle and … Continue reading ?
Thursday, our CTO Justin Rattner gave a keynote on virtual worlds and the emergence of what he called the 3D Internet. The 3D Internet Rattner described is the mushrooming social world of multiplayer online games, of complex animations for medicine … Continue reading ?
At IDF last year Intel's Justin Rattner demonstrated a 32nm test chip based on Intel's original Pentium architecture that could operate near its threshold voltage. The power consumption of the test chip was so low that the demo was powered by a small solar panel. Show More Summary
Today, Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingthe Hybrid Memory Cube, the fastest and most efficient Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) ever built. I want to give you some background on how and why we collaborated with Micron on this new … Continue reading ?
Today Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstratingone of our latest research achievements – an experimental IA microprocessor capable of unprecedented low-power operation. This technology, which we call the Near Threshold Voltage Processor (codenamed Claremont), is a concept IA processor core … Continue reading ?
At the Intel Developer Forum, Justin Rattner, Chief Technology Officer, presented a keynote on advanced microprocessors with 50 or more cores and able to run on tiny amounts of electric power. The chips would be able to switch off large...Show More Summary
During the final keynote of IDF, Intel's Justin Rattner demonstrated a new stacked DRAM technology called the Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC). The need is clear: if CPU performance is to continue to scale, there can't be any bottlenecks preventing that scaling from happening. Show More Summary
Thought Intel was done busting out new slabs of The Future at IDF? Wrong. Justin Rattner, the firm's chief technology officer, just took the stage here in San Francisco in order to showcase a trifecta of new concepts, all of which were borne out of research in Intel Labs. Show More Summary
Today, Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstrating the Hybrid Memory Cube, the fastest and most efficient Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) ever built. I want to give you some background on how and why we collaborated with Micron on this...
Today Intel CTO Justin Rattner is demonstrating one of our latest research achievements - an experimental IA microprocessor capable of unprecedented low-power operation. This technology, which we call the Near Threshold Voltage Processor (codenamed Claremont), is a concept IA processor...
We’ve just finished up with the 9th annual Research@Intel press event, at which Intel Labs showcased examples of forward looking research to media and industry analysts from around the globe. Intel CTO Justin Rattner kicked off the event by stressing...
Justin Rattner, CTO of the company explains how the technology might work.
The cell phones of 10 years ago look like ancient relics compared to the smartphones of today. But our iPhones and Droids may be primitive compared to what's coming next. Justin Rattner, Intel's Vice President and Chief Technology Officer,...Show More Summary