CES 2013: Intel's drive for 'perceptual computing'

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He has been called one of the world's most influential technology thinkers and he is leading Intel's drive to change the way we interact with computers.

Mooly Eden, president of Intel Israel, calls his latest venture perceptual computing - and it involves controlling computers with gestures - with your voice, even with your eyes.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, he explained to Rory Cellan-Jones how our relationship with computers is set to change.

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