What do Japanese robot bartender, who knows how to maintain a meaningful dialogue with a person, and goggles for Airbus, which protect not only the eyes of the worker from dangerous items, but the aircraft that he assembles from mistakes?
If the answer is difficult, then here’s a hint. They have in common is the same as the French police motorcycle helmet, which recognize the numbers on the transport and shows him who wears it, useful information and e-Panda Bamboo from Microsoft, which knows a lot of foreign languages and is able to analyze emotional expressions.
We believe many have already guessed: all this is created using a computing platform for Internet of things Intel Joule. It, August 16, 2016 presented at IDF in San Francisco Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.