With the end of Moore's Law upon us, there is much concern for the future of computing. How will EDA and designers work together to continue creating system value without the powerful benefits of silicon dimensional scaling? Will the ultimate solution be the EDA community’s ability to deliver cheaper and more productive design technologies? Or will architects rescue the day with more clever and capable accelerator designs? Or will technology save us (once again) with high-impact emerging silicon and post-silicon technologies? Or, can we steal a page from software’s playbook and leverage open source as a means to greater design value? Join the panel as experts vie to define the future of computing.
Kathy Wilcox - Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Boxborough, MA David Brooks - Harvard Univ. & Facebook, Cambridge, MA Yuan Xie - Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA Krste Asanovic - Univ. of California, Berkeley & SiFive, Inc., CA