A New Golden Age in Computer Architecture: Empowering the Machine Learning Revolution

Abstract: The ending of Moores Law and Dennard scaling has led to the ending of rapid improvement in general-purpose program performance. Machine lear... Object recognition - IP networks - Frequency modulation - Computer architecture - Iron - FCC - Hardware - computer systems organization - processor architectures - other architecture styles - neural nets - computing methodologies - pattern recognition - models - neural nets - artificial intelligence - learning - machine learning

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