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Intel's prediction for 2014

As we say goodbye to 2013, Intel and its executives highlight key trends and predictions for the year ahead. The following comments may be attributed as indicated. Key predictions:
· “Imagine when wearable devices are with us 24/7. With the amount of data, information, and personal content that will be exchanged, security will become even more important.” Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel
· “Of course there are also challenges around things like privacy, security, identity and reputation... As a result, there is a lot of governmental and regulatory activity to help clarify this emerging area – it will be fascinating to see what emerges around the globe.” Genevieve Bell, Futurist and Director of User Experience Research, Intel
· “Technology is a necessity of modern life, especially for Asia's young and fast-growing middle class.” Gregory Bryant, Vice President and General Manager, Intel Asia-Pacific and Japan
· “During the next era of personal computing, the biologic problem shifts to a computational problem in the treatment of cancer. Computing doesn't get any more personal than when it saves your life.” Renee James, President, Intel

Published: 12:00 am Monday, January 27, 2014

Last modified: 9:44 pm Monday, January 27, 2014

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