Future of Computing in the So-Called “Post Moore’s Law Era”
TimeWednesday, 18 November 20201pm - 1:45pm EST
DescriptionThe speculated ending of Moore’s Law has created fear in the community. In the past few decades, the ending has been predicted on numerous occasions; namely, whenever a new daunting challenge was encountered. Is it really ending soon? We hope not, but it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy; it will end for those who believe the ending is nigh, and can cause them to give up! This talk will revisit these historic predictions and their validity, the state and maturity of emerging devices in the context of the continuation of Moore’s Law, and more importantly, the largely ignored, promising system-level opportunities and innovations intended to further Moore’s Law, as well as how to continue to deliver unprecedented compute performance for years to come.