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Press Releases

Intel Describes Low Power, High Performance Future For Processor Technology - October 2001

Intel looks to bridge gap in multithreading CPU landscape ** - October 2001

Intel Delivers an Open Source Language Research Platform - September 2000

Intel Microprocessor Research Labs: Open House - September 2000

Intel And Computer Vision Researchers Deliver Software Technology To Accelerate Use Of Video To Interact With Computers - June 2000

Intel's Computing Continuum Conference Explores Next 20 Years Of Computing - March 2000

Intel CEO Showcases R&D In China - November 1999

Intel China Research Center: Open House - November 1999

Intel Appoints Six New Fellows - December 1999

MRL News

Intel uses financial might for R&D Handwriting recognition software. Voice recognition software. Combinations of digital cameras and software to recognize gestures, by Greg Quick, September 1, 2000.

Inside Intel: Betting on the future** Who knows where Intel will be in five years? Its research and development labs have an idea or two, by John G. Spooner, July 25, 2000.

Q&A: Wilfred Pinfold** Wilfred Pinfold's job is to make sure that Intel Corp. is ready for the future as foreseen by its Microprocessor Research Labs, by Catherine Bacon, July 24, 2000.

Vision-based computing eyed** Intel is tackling vision technology with a software release intended to foster development of applications enabling computers to recognize gestures and other sight-based effects, By Dan Neel, June 15, 2000.

Intel offers source code to promote vision-based apps** While voice-recognition software has enabled computer users to verbally interact with their PCs, Intel Corp. is looking to spur development of another of the computer's "senses" -- visual recognition, by Ken Popovich, June 15, 2000.

New book outlining how research is done in Intel and other leading companies:
Engines of Tomorrow** How The World's Best Companies Are Using Their Research Labs To Win The Future, by Robert Buderi, May 2000

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