Tech pundit Robert X. Cringely has been consulting his Tarot cards and rattled his crystal balls and reached the conclusion that Generative Artificial Intelligence will keep Moore's Law in force.
Moore’s Law continues
The bloke who famously observed that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit (IC) doubled about every two years, Gordon Moore has died, he was 94.
ARM claims what is watt
A new article on the ARM Blueprint blog claims that Moore’s Law is rather old hat and the new black will be the performance per watt.
Performance based on AI calculations
The Wall Street Journal has been becoming rather enthused about Huang's Law, named after Nvidia chief executive and co-founder Jensen Huang.
Making promises that could not be kept
Chipzilla is in trouble with its shareholders over its delayed 7nm moves.
2500 mm2 interposer and 5nm N5P EUV to the rescue
Usually, it is Intel which talks about Moore’s Law, but this time our long-time industry friend Godfrey Cheng at TSMC talked about potential and the future of the world’s finest manufacturing facility.
Metal-based field emission air channel transistors on the sheep dip
Boffins at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, have come up with a metal-based field emission air channel transistor (ACT) which they think could maintain transistor doubling for another 20 years.
Submerge yourself in a deep data lake
The CEO of chip giant Intel has looked into his crystal ball, read some tea leaves and shuffled his Tarot cards and predicted that Big Data will have the same impact on human existence as oil.
Middle age approaches
Chip giant Intel will be 50 on July the 18th, and like many a middle aged soul, its mind is turning to events in the past.
Will cost about the same as 10nm
IBM, GlobalFoundries (GloFo), and Samsung said yesterday that they have found a way to make 5nm transistors, which may well enable them to pack 30 billion switches onto a microprocessor chip.