Intel Fellow and director of Health Innovation in the Intel Architecture Group
Senior Research Scientist, Intel Corporation
Research Scientist, Intel Corporation
Senior Staff Researcher, Intel Labs Interaction and Experience Research
Senior Research Scientist, Intel Research Photonics Technology Lab
Intel Fellow, Director, Intel Photonics Technology Lab
Senior Principal Engineer, Intel
Senior Research Scientist in Interaction and Experience Research, Intel Labs
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies
There are some people who find the 24/7, always on, always interconnected technology, overwhelming. I just don't understand why they find it so difficult to not set on points and off points.
We work hard in school so that we can get good jobs with decent salaries. Do the people who excel in school excel at the salary game as well? Researchers thought so, for a while; studies have found links between high intelligence and high salaries.
In asking this question we almost always lose sight of the fact that intelligence has not one, but many important dimensions. Being able to do various kinds of calculations used to be considered a sign of great intelligence.
You probably should have a serious conversation with Henry Kissinger, with whom I once had a lunch engagement. The first thing he brought up was his unhappiness with the Internet and the Worldwide Web, because it chopped everything up into little paragraphs, and people were satisfied with too little.
That's a good word. For me, innovation is doing something that is "better than" -- that leads to something that is better than what we have, that is more efficient than what we have.