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With Apple's announcement later today and -- developers forum in California's clear Silicon Valley the hum but those companies.
Has some the best in the business best ideas that -- You would take energy you have fifth annual wow fifth annual exclusively days in the valley companies -- claimant begins.
With the company the put the silicon Silicon Valley she's -- and in San Francisco Liz.
-- and -- and that would be Intel in 1968.
Base started it all with their semiconductor equipment maker were here live for the first time we followed Intel.
Out of Silicon Valley and here to San Francisco at the -- -- center where 5000 people will descend.
To hear what Intel says as the next big thing they want to win the game of technology speaking of which how to move those chess pieces around the throughout to win this game and of course Fox Business has the entire landscape covered completely.
What with apple and Robert -- down there but we're here to talk about how -- it's always been about identifying the next big thing of the future.
And that building technology around it out of they do it with this got my first guest -- is Brian David Johnson.
What a title Intel's futurist I have to know.
What -- need to have underestimated B the futuristic what do you do well you.
You have to kind of have the ability to have a vision for the future and then be able to build so it's part of part design part principal engineer.
And so what I do is I look ten to fifteen years out and figure out what do you like to be human so that we can then build the chips and the platforms and the devices that people.
Tell me it's not gonna feel like being next to this -- to be if you have a what do you see you can't I mean that's not that's about expanded way out ten to fifteen years one of the most exciting.
-- things is as we continue to follow Moore's law competition gets smaller and smaller and smaller so soon.
We'll be able to turn anything into computers will be able to turn my shirt to a computer that desk into computer anything into computers we don't have to ask.
Can we do it can we make a laptop into a Smartphone can -- -- his apartment in the tablet we ask ourselves what what do we wanna do.
How do you do your job.
Well it's a -- a lot of research so.
Its mix of social science research going out all over the world talking to people.
The tech research that you would expect from Intel and then a lot of the data a lot of stuff actually from fox a lot of the things that are going on.
-- and then I go out and talk to people all over the world so -- hit the road I spend about.
67% of my time in airports and airplanes fanning out of talk -- -- people.
What's both I say do that -- number -- I just talked to people see what kind of future do you want and what kind of future you wanna avoid that's very important we have to have that.
But I think one of the most interesting things from -- were really learned something was with several years ago I was in Mumbai India.
And I was in the production district in this back in tiny dark room talking about the future -- me.
So what will the future be where will people watch stuff -- there was this massive Hollywood.
And the massive Bollywood musical comedy show so.
Massive point four cameras all going and I asked the director and -- a trends that are what is the future of entertainment.
He pointed at a laptop he pointed at a Smartphone and at times pointed at a very new tablet and said that's origins in the live.
Brian David Johnson on how he does what he does as the futures thank you so -- so much is a pleasure and you know what all day long we are live here -- -- on the center -- the Intel developer's conference to look at what they are going to announce there is a special ship wait till you see with this one does.
But coming up we also have a a budget CEOs of startups to -- -- the whole part of three days in the valley in the next hour shock battery you may remember him he was president over DreamWorks Animation he also worked at electronic arts.
He's now -- a company called -- go Amazon media.
We'll -- I mean if you download a movie -- your iPad you can't get it back over on your Smartphone they've come up with an -- That will absolutely dump it all into one place you could access it with all of your devices and 3 PM eastern the big interview on Fox Business exclusive with Paul Otellini.
These Intel CEO and president.
On the way of the future and I'm gonna have -- -- -- -- questions they just a few guys know -- -- downgraded their estimates for revenues for the current quarter plus.
Are -- -- to the Smartphone game what are they doing to catch up and beat everybody else.
Back to you guys we'll see in the next hour looking forward to it Liz thing.
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