Your future AI overlords require increasingly faster and smaller computers, and that is exactly what new 3D-chip technology hopes to provide.
When it comes to the brains of the PC — the central processing unit, or CPU — today’s technology is in some ways significantly advanced over yesterday’s.
Moore’s Law specifically states that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit will double every two years, meaning that processing performance will continue to steadily increase.
That is precisely why new 3D-chip technology being developed by Stanford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers is particularly important.
Complicating matters is that AI is no longer centralized in massively powerful data centers.
Self-driving cars and personalized medicine are two example of applications that require extremely powerful decentralized CPU capabilities.