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A New Era of Innovation: Moore's Law is Not Dead and AI is Ready to Explode


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Looking again at technology innovations.

The historical outcome of Moores Law is actually accelerating, and massive increases in processing power and cheap silicon will power the next wave of artificial intelligence, machine intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.

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Moore's Law is dead, right? Think again.

Although the historical annual improvement of about 40% in central processing unit performance is slowing, the combination of CPUs packaged with alternative processors is improving at a rate of more than 100% per annum. These unprecedented and massive improvements in processing power combined with data and artificial intelligence will completely change the way we think about designing hardware, writing software and applying technology to businesses.

Every industry will be disrupted. You hear that all the time. Well, it's absolutely true and we're going to explain why and what it all means.

In this Breaking Analysis, we're going to unveil some data that suggests we're entering a new era of innovation where inexpensive processing capabilities will power an explosion of machine intelligence applications. We'll also tell you what new bottlenecks will emerge and what this means for system architectures and industry transformations in the coming decade.

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