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The Explosion of New Architectures Is Fundamentally Changing Computing

Killing Von Neumann

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Computers have changed very little since 1945.

I know, at first, that sounds insane. Clearly, computers as physical objects have changed dramatically. Back in the 1940s, a “supercomputer” was used to fill an entire room and was good for performing trigonometric functions and not much…

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Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith

Co-Founder & CEO of Gado Images. I write, speak & consult about tech, food, privacy, AI & photography. http://www.bayareatelegraph.com or tom@gadoimages.com

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