Justin Rattner opens Research@Intel Day

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CTO Justin Rattner opened Research@Intel Day with an informal talk from stage about the various ideas being hatched at the chip company. Some sound ready to go–like a new technology to help save significant amounts of energy by refreshing static screens from a separate chip–and others are weirdly but satisfyingly sci-fi, like the idea to create millions of microscopic robots that can band together and morph into different forms. PodTech’s Jason Lopez sat down with Justin in the midst of the tech demos to chat about innovation and how chips are beginning to reflect human brains.

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