Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote | CNET

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote

The chip maker's chief talks about what Intel has in store for the coming year.

  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:13:19 AM
    He's showing a sneak peak of smart eyewear by Intel and Oakley.
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    We're watching a video. A biker is talking to a Siri-like voice assistant.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:14:47 AM
    The glasses actually don't look that terribly bad.
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    Craig Alexander, 3-time Iron Man champion, is on the stage.
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    "Technology has dramatically changed the way athletes train," Alexander says.
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    He says the smart glasses are like a personal coach.
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    He says the software adjusts to any level athlete, from an Ironman competitor to a novice runner.
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    "This is where sports training is headed," says Krzanich. "You're no longer on your own."
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    Now New Balance CEO Rob deMartini is onstage.
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    He says athletes want to be untethered.
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    He's announcing a partnership with Intel and a new initiative in digital sports.
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    DeMartini says Intel and New Balance will develop a smart sport watch for the next holiday season.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:23:25 AM
    Now Krzanich is talking about a smart hardhat.
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    It's called the Daqri Smart Helmet.
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    It has an Intel processor and RealSense tech built into the helmet.
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    The helmet uses augmented reality to give a worker directions when doing manual labor.
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    The helmet can also give the worker a kind of "x-ray" vision to see through pipes that might be faulty.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:26:32 AM
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    The Daqri helmet is shipping today.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:27:21 AM
    Now we're moving on to part 3 of the keynote, the creative experience.
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    Krzanich is talking about Intel working with musicians now.
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    AR Rahman, who composed music for Slumdog Millionaire, is on stage.
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    He's got on two cuffs around his hands and one around his ankle. He's moving them in time to make music.
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    He says he's been using the tech in concert since his last tour.
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    "Finally every teenager's dream. An air guitar that actually works," Krzanich says.
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    He's now announcing a partnership with the Recording Academy, which puts on the Grammy's.
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    Now we're watching a video and hearing a voice. It sounds like Lady Gaga.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:33:09 AM
    It is. It's Lady Gaga.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:33:58 AM
    Intel and Gaga will collaborate on a project, she says. "It will culminate in a performance."
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:34:25 AM
    They will unveil the technology during Grammy week in February.
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