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Jessica Lipsky
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Real-life use cases
Jessica Lipsky   6/30/2014 9:44:25 AM
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Which of these new/upgraded devices do you think will be most useful or necessary in the next few years? Is Intel on the right track?

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docdivakar   6/30/2014 1:29:19 PM
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@Jessica: Yes, I would say Intel is on the right track. Of the list you posted, I am a fan of self-driving cars and of connected vehicles. Intel may be on to something here and I would imagine it is actively working with automobile companies to get its next 'Intel Inside" logo on cars!

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LarryM99   6/30/2014 6:04:10 PM
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I like several of the devices and think that they will be very important, but I don't really see Intel as being the prime driver on them. It is like Microsoft claiming credit for documents written using MS Word. I can certainly acknowledge Intel for pushing overall computing capability as an enabler, but this seems like trying to hog the limelight with a list of sexy applications.

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