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Intel Sponsors of Tomorrow.™ - Genevieve Bell
This one-minute video shows Intel Genevieve Bell as she explores technology through everyday curiosity. (1:00)
Dreams, Work and Gansta Geeks
Video, Pt 1: Futurist Brian David Johnson and will.i.am discuss early interests in technology and innovation.
will.i.am: Artist. Philanthropist. Futurist?
Video, Pt 2: Futurist Brian David Johnson and will.i.am discuss education, futurism, and innovation.
What Do You Want Technology to Do for You?
Video, Pt 3: Futurist Brian David Johnson and will.i.am discuss what technology could look like in 10 years.
Visual Life — The Sartorialist
Scott Schuman captures small moments from his Visual Life for the “digital park bench” (7:05)
Genevieve Bell Interview
Recently named one of the top 50 most creative people in Business (Fast Company,) Genevieve Bell is an Intel Fellow and director... (4:52)
Get More From Your Chromebook*
Get the performance for more tabs, apps, Hangouts*, games, video, and time unplugged. (0:49)
Streaming HDTV from Your PC
Dave Taylor shows how to stream anything you like from your computer to your HDTV. (5:05)
File Transfer Using Light
Senior Research Scientist Olufemi Dosunmi discusses the possibility of using light to transfer files. (1:15)
Prasanna Mulgaonkar Envisions the Future
Video: Prasanna Mulgaonkar, director of networking technologies lab, envisions technology able to anticipate your needs. (1:44)
Video: Energy Efficiency at Intel
Tomm Aldridge, Intel, explains how Intel’s energy technology paves the way to a brighter future. (1:40)
Eric Dishman on Healthcare Technology
Eric Dishman imagines a future with the technology to address healthcare needs at home. (1:26)
The Future of Highway Technology
Kevin Kahn, Intel, envisions the technological advances of the highway of tomorrow. (1:46)
Lily Mummert's Honey Bee Project
Lily Mummert describes a future where sensors will see our world better than we do. (1:55)
Manny Vara on Adaptable Technology
Manny Vara, Intel Labs, envisions future technology adapting to us, not the other way around. (1:39)