Intel's "Tomorrow Project" -- public conversations about the future of technology

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5 Responses to “Intel's "Tomorrow Project" -- public conversations about the future of technology”

  1. Xrayspecs says:

    How many ethnographers, social scientists, and computer scientists does it take to do the work of one Steve Jobs?

  2. bkad says:

    Chip designs have lead times of 5-10 years, so it’s important to have an understanding of how people will want to to interact with computers. .

    In my limited experience, more high technology development is like this than people realize. We’re used to seeing new cell phones coming out every other month, but things that require new technology development (computer chips, lasers, military hardware, drugs, etc.) are in development for years before they hit the shelves. 

  3. dumbeast says:

    Whose death- (or life-) mask is that in Cory’s office?

  4. pogorator2 says:

    Is there a link to an unedited (or less edited) version of the interview?  It was abridged too far.

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