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 3:34:40 AM
    Now the stagehands are bringing out a living room set.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:35:28 AM
    Oh, the hoverboard thing from the beginning of the speech was actually made by Segway.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:35:41 AM
    And the raised middle is actually a robot.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:35:56 AM
    Pack it up folks. We can all go home now.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:36:54 AM
    The hoverboard thing is a personal robot kind of like Rosie from the Jetsons.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:37:28 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:37:51 AM
    They are showing off a robot arm attachment.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:38:05 AM
    It looks like what everyone in the 80s imagined robots to look like.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:38:30 AM
    Now the robot is talking and looking at its arms.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:39:56 AM
    Developers can start developing for the robot in the second half of 2016.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:40:12 AM
    Now, we're moving on to fashion.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:40:33 AM
    Becca Mccharen, CEO of Chromat is on stage.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:40:49 AM
    Intel partnered with Chromat during NY Fashion week earlier this year.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:42:07 AM
    "Our worlds are not so different," McCharen says to Krzanich. "We are creators."
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:42:49 AM
    They are showing off clothing that adapts to the body. There's a dress that senses when the wearer has a rush of adrenaline.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:42:56 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:43:07 AM
    It has 360 moving parts and was 3D printed.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:43:46 AM
    There's also a smart sports bra. It senses when you're sweating and cools you down.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:44:31 AM
    She says there will be more new stuff during fashion week in February.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:45:50 AM
    Krzanich is now talking about America's Greatest Makers, a reality show that Intel partnered on with TBS and Mark Burnett.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:46:42 AM
    It's about entrepreneurs trying to get their projects on the ground.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:47:31 AM
    Mark Burnett, president of the MGM television digital group is on stage.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:48:10 AM
    He's the guy that created Survivor.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:48:41 AM
    He also produced Shark Tank.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:48:52 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:49:51 AM
    The show will air in the spring on TBS.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:49:58 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:51:15 AM
    He's getting serious now. He's talking about reaching full representation of women and minorities in tech.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:51:50 AM
    Last year, he announced a commitment to that cause. "This genuinely leads to better business results."
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:52:21 AM
    Last year, Intel tied diversity goals to its employees' pay.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:53:13 AM
    He's announcing that 43 percent of new hires were of women and minorities.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:53:55 AM
    He's announcing a new commitment: Stopping online harassment.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:54:04 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:54:24 AM
    "We must remember that behind every device, every game, every connection, is a real person," he says.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:55:11 AM
    He's announcing an event on Thursday in partnership with Vox Media, Recode and Lady Gaga's Born This Way to discuss the topic.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:55:30 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:55:58 AM
    Harassment has been a hot button topic lately. Last month, Google’s Eric Schmidt said the tech industry should build a kind of “spell check” tool for online hate and harassment.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:57:21 AM
    Now we're watching a video about supply chain conflict.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 3:57:57 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:58:05 AM
    It was a plug for a new documentary called Merci Congo.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:58:46 AM
    All Intel's products will be conflict free in 2016, he says.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 3:59:47 AM
    "This journey never really ends though," he says. With new products popping up all the time, "a conflict will always exist." But they will always try to find a way, he says.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:00:39 AM
    Now we're ending with a big musical number with AR Rahman.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:00:57 AM
    Krzanich says goodbye and walks off stage.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:01:51 AM
    Looks like Rahman is having some technical difficulties with the cord on his keytar.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 4:04:16 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:05:40 AM
    Now we're hearing Jai Ho, the song from Slumdog Millionaire.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:08:58 AM
    And the lights are coming up again.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:09:24 AM
    That's all folks!
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 4:09:56 AM
    Thanks for joining us. Stay with CNET for more live coverage of CES tomorrow.
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