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In-Memory Computing


Gideon Intrater, CTO at Adesto Technologies, talks about why in-memory computing is now being taken seriously again, years after it was first proposed as a possible option. What's changed is an explosion in data, and a recognition that it's too time- and energy-intensive to send all of that data back and forth between memories and processors on the same chip, let alone to the cloud and back. On... » read more