Photo Montage: Intel Chairman Barrett’s CES Keynote
Like I explained earlier here, I didn’t make it to CES this year and had to watch from afar. Fortunately there have been some fantastic videos and photos posted from the event that make me feel like I was almost there.
Here’s a collection of some photos taken during Intel Chairman Craig Barrett’s keynote at CES this past Friday afternoon. This is one particular part of the big event in Vegas that I was truly bummed to have missed. Barrett talked about a subject that is important to me personally (education) and reiterated the goals of the Small Things Challenge announced earlier last week, and he also had some fantastic guest appearance, too. Adam Levine from Maroon 5 and Adam Duritz from Counting Crows joined Barrett on stage and the Counting Crows played at the Intel party later that night at LAX at the Luxor!
Enjoy the photos and read more about Barrett’s keynote in my colleague Kelly Feller’s post here.
Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine shakes hands with Intel Chairman Craig Barrett as the two discuss a global campaign to raise awareness and money to educate kids and help their parents in developing nations at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 9 in Las Vegas. Intel is teaming up with Save the Children and Kiva.org on the year-long program called the Small Things Challenge. (AP Photo/Intel, Bob Riha Jr.)
Counting Crows singer Adam Duritz with Intel’s Barrett discuss the Small Things Challenge, a global campaign to raise awareness and money to educate kids and help their parents in developing nations at CES on Jan. 9 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Intel, Bob Riha Jr.)
Ed Granger-Happ, (left) CIO of Save the Children and chairman of NetHope explains the features of the Intel-powered classmate PC to Intel’s Barrett and Carolyn Miles, COO of Save the Children at CES. (AP Photo/Intel, Bob Riha Jr.)
Barrett explains the benefits of a portable device used in sub-Saharan Africa to remotely monitor patients’ health in a project by Vanderbilt University Medical Center at the CES on Jan. 9 in Las Vegas. Barrett shows how technology is helping people in developing countries. (AP Photo/Intel, Bob Riha Jr.)
Barrett speaks about the role technology plays to further economic growth in developing countries during his keynote speech at CES. Barrett also highlights a year-long program called the Small Things Challenge that is raising awareness, funds for education, micro-financing in fight against global poverty. (AP Photo/Intel, Bob Riha Jr.)