- IEEE Computer Society predicts the future of technology - Key innovations will include machine learning, non-volatile memories, and brain-computer interfaces.
- 3D Nanocomputer Prototype Designed - Research at UCSB by Prof. Dmitri Strukov uses 3D arrays of memristors.
- HPE Demonstrates Memory-Driven Computer Architecture - Prototype part of “The Machine” research project based on non-volatile memory and optical data links.
- Toshiba Demonstrates Deep Learning using Time-Domain Neural Network - Low-power memory arrays used for mixed analog-digital image processing with high energy-efficiency and compact circuity, suitable for IoT devices.
- Silicon Photonic Neurons Demonstrated - Researchers at Princeton University use lasers and integrated optical modulators to demonstrate neuron-like behavior that is scalable and faster than comparable electronic systems.
- Moving beyond Moore’s Law with New Research Center at Georgia Tech - “Center for Research into Novel Computer Hierarchies”
- New Standard for High-Performance Interconnects - Gen-Z Consortium sets new industry standard
- Record short transistor gate demonstrated at Berkeley - 1-nm gate length with MoS2 channel
- US National Nanotechnology Initiative issues new Strategic Plan - Includes “Nanotechnology-Inspired Grand Challenge for Future Computing”.
Rebooting Computing: Developing a Roadmap for the Future of the Computer Industry
Members of the RC Steering Committee contributed an article to a special issue of Mondo Digitale, a trade magazine sponsored by the Italian Association for Informatics and Automatic Computation. The article reviewed how both the RC Initiative and the new IRDS Roadmap are working to reinvent the field of computing to maintain exponential enhancement in performance beyond the end of Moore’s Law scaling. Most of the article is in English.
Rebooting Computing Panel at IEEE Technology Time Machine
The 2016 TTM meeting sponsored by IEEE Future Directions was held in San Diego, Sept. 20-21, 2016. The theme was “Making the Future”. Many of the presentations were recorded by IEEE.tv. Watch the presentations here.
One presentation was a panel on Rebooting Computing, with panelists Elie Track, Tom Conte, Stan Williams, and Bob Voigt.
- Rebooting Computing Video Overview
- Workshop on Neuromorphic Computing
- Workshop on Beyond CMOS Technology
- International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS)
- Update on National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI)
- RC White Paper on Nanocomputers
- IEEE Computer Magazine on Rebooting Computing
- Thinking Outside the Chip
- Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems
- Low-Power Image Recognition Challenge
- RC-ITRS Report on the Foundation of the New Computer Industry Beyond 2020
- 3 Scenarios for Exascale Computing
- Electronics Butterfly Effect
- US Government Report on IT Research Funding
- New ITRS 2.0 Website