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2 Big Shifts, Lots Of Questions


The proliferation of AI everywhere, and ongoing efforts by big systems companies to develop their own chips, could have a profound effect on semiconductor manufacturing for years to come. AI is a multi-faceted topic, but what makes this particularly interesting from a semiconductor standpoint is the architecture of AI-specific chips. So far, most of these chips have been developed for data c... » read more

System enables large speedups — as much as 88-fold — on common parallel-computing algorithms (MIT)


Source: MIT/ CSAIL: Suvinay Subramanian, Mark C. Jeffrey, Maleen Abeydeera, Hyun Ryong Lee, Victor A. Ying, Joel Emer, Daniel Sanchez As is commonly known, the chips in most modern desktop computers have four cores or processing units, which can run different computational tasks in parallel, but that the chips of the future could have dozens or even hundreds of cores, and taking advantage o... » read more

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