Intel seeks to develop computers that learn to dress the human being
Smartphones Â¿? According to Intel, not so, and indeed are developing technologies to try that. Because the company has launched a research program to create devices that mimic the human brain functions and also to learn about the personal behavior of every individual.
The idea of Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Computational Intelligence is to make small computers that can “dress” or use on the body, which will help improve the quality of life in those who use them. For example, these machines escorts could learn where you leave the car keys when you get home regularly at night to remember in the morning then you carry in the pocket before leaving.
In short, intel expects over the next five years to computerize the five human senses, while a ten-year goal is that a processing chip has more transistors than the number of neurons in the human brain. As frightening.
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