Intel: Count us in for ‘human-like senses’ in computing
SAN FRANCISCO — As technology becomes more “intuitive,” Intel is working to add “human-like senses” to computing by enabling touch and speech functionality across all devices, according to chief product officer David Perlmutter.
The general manager of the Intel architecture group opened Intel Developer Forum 2012 on Tuesday morning by noting that this is the 15th year the conference has taken place, asserting that Intel has “been evolving since then and launched a lot of great technologies.”
But this year, Perlmutter said that the big discussion this week is about experience and how…
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