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Intel Envisions ‘User-Aware’ Platforms
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/28/2005 02:33:00 PM.

Intel Corp. has outlined its research in "user-aware" chip and platform technologies that could intuitively respond to the environment.

Intel Corp. on Thursday (August 25) outlined its research in "user-aware" chip and platform technologies that could intuitively respond to the environment.
User-aware platforms, according to Intel, will use a new level of intelligence to manage multiple tasks in an effort to simplify one’s life. "A user-aware platform will be any device that can take care of itself, knows who we are, where we are, and tries to anticipate what we want done," said Justin Rattner, Intel senior fellow and director of Intel's Corporate Technology Group, in a statement.


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