From: Eugene Leitl (Eugene.Leitl@lrz.uni-muenchen.de)
Date: Sun Jan 27 2002 - 02:36:11 MST
On Sat, 26 Jan 2002 Entropyfoe@aol.com wrote:
> To me this seems true, silicon, and new nanotechnology relentlessly
> advances hardware. But software seems more of the same. I think it
1) have you had a look at current system architecture, and whether
benchmarks follow Moore (hint: they don't)
2) last time I looked nano in fabbing is supposed to land post 2012
> is less amenable to automation than say wafer fabrication.
Software is another bottleneck, for sure. However, don't take hardware for
granted. You need dramatic shifts in both. Molecular (evolvable) hardware
and GA/ANNs to match, plus a few hybrid systems (ANN/GA is lousy for
crypto, for instance).
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