Intel research projects explore context-aware computing
If you could look into Intelâ€™s crystal ball, youâ€™d see that their vision of the future includes context-aware computing. Intel has done extensive research into what people love, and how much of that involves technology and peopleâ€™s attachment to their technology. As a result, they believe that integrating context-aware computing is the future.
What exactly does context-aware computing mean? According to Genevieve Bell, director of Intelâ€™s Interaction and Experience Research Group, context-aware computing refers to â€œtechnologies that are able to determine how you feel, who youâ€™re friends with and what your preferences are to better deliver personalized information.â€
At a recent event in New York City, Intel showed off four research projects that represent possible future everyday uses of context-aware computing.