In these days in San Francisco specialists from around the world are discussing not only the environment, technology development, software, but also try to look into the future:what will happen with the world of IT in a few decades ? Intel Chief Technical Director Justin Rattner (Justin Rattner) presented an overview of promising technologies, converging world of people and the world of computers. He believes that by 2050 these worlds will be much closer than now. Rattner predicts big changes in the social sphere, robotics and the ability of computers to perceive the real world. Intel`s research laboratories have already engaged in the development of man-machine interfaces and new models use of computers in connection with the rapid development of computer technology. Intel Scientists also are conducting studies involving the use of millions mikrorobotov called catom, which are intended for the manufacture of materials capable of altering its shape. This technology can be applied to change the form of the shell, the display and keyboard electronic devices in accordance with the model for their use. For example, a mobile computer can be very small when it is in your pocket, take the form of handset when you call it, and expand when viewing movies or during a trip via the Internet. The report Rattnera attended by Dr. Michael Garnett (Dr. Michael Garner), Director of Emerging Materials Roadmap, who described the development of innovative silicon technologies, extended the Moore`s Law for the next 10 years and even further. Now Robots. Today, robots are used primarily in the workplace for compliance often repetitive tasks and assembly of products. To personalize their robots must be taught to work with objects in a dynamic human society. They should recognize the situation, detect movement in a constantly changing physical world, as well as to be able to adapt to the changing situation. Rattner demonstrated two working prototype personal robot developed in research laboratories Intel. One of the devices - the sensor electrostatic fields, incorporated in the arm robot. This technology simulates senses available to fish, not people, allowing them to feel different objects without touching them. All interested advised to pay attention to reportage of our colleagues from the field.