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Futurist Brian David Johnson discusses the directions technology may take as fiction becomes fact. (3:40)
Karibu Center teachers pay it forward through computer training and spreading computer literacy. (3:01)
Intel ISEF winner Kai Kloepfer invents a gun safety that unlocks based on a user’s fingerprint. (3:10)
Discusses her research and her experiences at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
International science fair finalist uses cellulose as an energy source.
Training 125 girls and 450 rural kids on Intel-powered PCs to inspire learning and education.
Intel helps source conflict-free minerals for consumer devices and improve miners’ lives.
Changing victims’ lives in a Sudanese village with prosthetic limbs made from a 3-D printing lab.
We seek to put technology to work for the greater social good.
Intel invests in girls’ and women’s empowerment by improving teacher training, tools, and more.
Inspired by cancer’s impacts, Keven Stonewall created a 100 percent effective cancer test vaccine.
Progress Thru Processors uses unused processor power to run tasks for humanitarian research projects.
Jenna Hartley wants to help people through medical research, like those with CF-related infections.
Intel Labs scientist discusses how to improve communication by analyzing how we talk to each other.
The creators discuss the challenges behind the Titan Arm exoskeleton and how it can improve lives.