Research Day: CTO Justin Rattner on Weird Science

June 22nd, 2007 |
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Intel@Research Day is a science fair with some unbelievable demos — unbelievable on one hand because some seem to defy physics and on the other hand because the topics under consideration are clearly anthropological. In this podcast, Intel CTO Justin Rattner explains why the company has hired more than a few ethnographers, and he talks about how research at Intel has truly gone global. The featured photo is of a catom, a form of programmable matter called a claytronics atom. Read more about it at www.intel.com/research/dpr.htm.

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