CPU architecture after Moore’s Law: What’s next? | Computerworld


As Moore’s Law loses relevance, specialization may have to replace raw speed in microprocessor design.

When considering the future of CPU architecture, some industry watchers predict excitement, and some predict boredom. But no one predicts a return to the old days, when speed doubled at least every other year.

The upbeat prognosticators include David Patterson, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, who literally wrote the textbook (with John Hennessy) on computer architecture. “This will be a renaissance era for computer architecture — these will be exciting times,” he says.

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Paper co-authored by ASPIRE student Bichen Wu wins Embedded Vision Workshop of CVPR Best Paper Award


The Best Paper Award at the Embedded Vision Workshop of CVPR was presented to Bichen Wu, Forrest Iandola, Peter H. Jin, and Kurt Keutzer for “SqueezeDet: Unified, Small, Low Power Fully Convolutional Neural Networks for Real-Time Object Detection for Autonomous Driving”.  Congratulations to the team!

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Source code can be found Here