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Pat Gelsinger Sep 16
I’m always amazed by our ability to breathe new life into . While progress in software continues to create new efficiencies, there continue to be amazing breakthroughs in new material types.
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F. Niro Ghadaki Sep 12
In a major breakthrough, an team has created the world's first 16-bit microprocessor—a tech which may keep alive
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Semiconductor Engineering Jan 17
The debate about the future of continues, while other parts of the industry look for alternatives. In between, supply chains are being pulled in multiple directions, with & often in the middle
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Dave Lerner 21 Jan 19
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Krishna Komanduri Oct 6
This is Ted Rappaport, Prof and pioneer of technologies, and an inventor with >100 patents. He paved the way to and is telling us about and the road to modern wireless. But also an and SCT survivor. This is what we do. Restore lives!
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teuscher.:Lab Oct 25
"If you thought the gang at Intel were Moore’s Law biggest devotees, you probably haven’t heard Philip Wong expound on the subject."
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Alexa Korkos Jun 30
A comical quote from ‘s talk at today 😂
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innovaTutor 🎧 Nov 22
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Tamara McCleary Jul 11
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Ayar Labs Aug 19
Wondering what Ayar Labs has been up to? Here’s an update.
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HPC Guru - Offline till further notice Jun 24
Domain-Specific Architectures for Deep Neural Networks: 10 Fallacies and Pitfalls 👍 Keynote by David Paterson Fallacy: Misbelief widely held Pitfall: Easily made mistake
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Ed Sperling Jul 10
Industry leaders Lisa Su, Aart de Geus, Gary Dickerson, Victor Peng and Sanjay Mehrotra debate the status of Moore's Law
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Elena Neira 9 Jan 19
In 1961, the cost per Gigaflop (1 billion instructions/sec) was $146B. In 2017, it's 3¢
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Rick Merritt Jul 19
CEOs of and agree there’s a renaissance in architecture but diverge on — and at their panel they agreed NOT to talk about China :-(.
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Dr. GP Pulipaka May 24
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Tom Richardson Jul 22
Always good to be reminded that your is essentially a big computer, and just like any other computer in your house, it's also collecting a lot . Bonus: mention of . 👏
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Dinis Guarda Apr 28
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Xilinx Jul 12
Xilinx CEO Victor Peng participated in the at . Key takeaways: is dead; long live adaptable architecture!
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IT Mob Limited 13h
Animation: Visualizing Moore’s Law in Action (1971-2019) The pace of technological progress keeps accelerating. There are many ways to show this, but perhaps the simplest way is to create a visual representation of Moore’s Law in action.
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Scott Shemwell 21h
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