CANCELLED: Specialization and the End of Moore’s Law
DescriptionFor decades, Moore’s Law made the economics of specialized chips unattractive because the upfront costs couldn’t be justified when the alternative was fast-improving CPUs. As Moore’s Law fades, however, this is changing. Not only is specialization becoming more economically attractive, but it is now one of the best ways to get performance improvements for many applications. In this talk, I will discuss (1) how the economics of specialization have changed, (2) how specialization is fracturing computing in ways commonly seen in other technologies, and (3) how long we can expect the gains from specialization to make up for the slowdown in Moore’s Law.
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Invited Talk
TimeThursday, 17 November 202211:15am - 12pm CST
LocationDallas Ballroom/Omni Hotel
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