Intel sees potential in big data, but it needs help to exploit it.
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The MIT offshoot, which designs chips that scale from 16 to 100 distinct compute cores, is taking on Intel in processors for cloud-computing tasks such as analysis of big data
Robots capable of emotional interaction and Microsoft's contribution to touchscreen computing were among the tech on show in 2007
Technical innovation is being hindered by a lack of coordination between government, academia and industry, according to a joint team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Cambridge University.The latest venture from the Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMII) aims to plug this gap and foster greater communication between the various parties involved in the development of new technology.
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