The new institute will begin operations in early 2012 and will be managed jointly by researchers from Intel and various academic institutes. Among other things, the institute will investigate research topics that require computerized systems and the power of analysis and understanding resembling the capabilities of the human brain.
The new institute will focus on technologies that serve as an infrastructure for intelligent thinking such as processing architectures and techniques for computerized systems that learn to process data from sensors and convert them to comprehensible information.
Intel VP and Microprocessor and Chip Development Group general manager Ron Friedman said, "We believe that sensory ability will be an integral part of future computer systems because mankind will take advantage of our systems in order to interpret received data."
Intel operates four R&D centers in Israel in Haifa, Petah Tikva, Jerusalem and Yakum, and two production fabs in Kiryat Gat and Jerusalem, which have 7,000 employees.
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