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“Science and technology have progressed to the point where what we build is only constrained by the limits of our own imaginations.” Justin Rattner – Intel Chief Technology Officer
Analysts, Science Fiction authors, Intel Researchers and Intel’s futurist will discuss their views and approaches of using science based/science fiction as a kind of tool to explore real world implications and uses of future technologies today. After the discussion selected demos will be highlighted.
The following segments were broadcast live here on September 10, 2012. They will be replaying here in the Livestream player and available to watch/download here and via iTunes, YouTube and other services. Please check back soon. Visit the IDF website for more details about the Intel Developer Forum.
IDF2012 video segments:
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Webcasting live from Intel’s Developer Forum (IDF 2011) on Monday, September 12, 2011 @ 10am PDT – San Francisco, CA
Webcasting live from Intel’s Developer Forum (IDF 2011) on Monday, September 12, 2011 @ 10am PDT – San Francisco, CA.
IDF is where people from every part of the technology world gather to hear about Intel’s latest advances and witness its vision for the future first-hand. With hundreds of sessions, keynote presentations from top Intel leaders, and a strong set of sponsoring organizations from across the industry, IDF provides a rare chance to engage and learn across the entire compute continuum.
For over a decade IDF has been Intel’s premier conference, helping to shape the direction of tomorrow’s technology. Attend IDF 2011, and see where tomorrow’s technology will take you.
Bookmark this page, or embed this player on your site/blog. We’ll update this player with the live webcast on September 12. We’re now showing highlights from Research@Intel: