Table 16.4 Electricity demand (GW) of information and communication 2020 (GW) %/10a 2030 CHIPS 2020  526 Nature  298 X 3.28 928 GW The graph in NATURE arrived at a total of 8 Peta-Watt-hours per year (PWh/a) in2030, ...
Author: Boris Murmann
Publisher: Springer Nature
In this book, a global team of experts from academia, research institutes and industry presents their vision on how new nano-chip architectures will enable the performance and energy efficiency needed for AI-driven advancements in autonomous mobility, healthcare, and man-machine cooperation. Recent reviews of the status quo, as presented in CHIPS 2020 (Springer), have prompted the need for an urgent reassessment of opportunities in nanoelectronic information technology. As such, this book explores the foundations of a new era in nanoelectronics that will drive progress in intelligent chip systems for energy-efficient information technology, on-chip deep learning for data analytics, and quantum computing. Given its scope, this book provides a timely compendium that hopes to inspire and shape the future of nanoelectronics in the decades to come.
... https://doi.org/10.11109/TED.2017.2732820 19. Hoefflinger B (2020) IRDS-international roadmap for devices and systems, rebooting computing, S3S. In: Murmann B, Hoefflinger B (Eds) NANO-CHIPS 2030, the frontiers collection.
Author: Trupti Ranjan Lenka
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book presents select proceedings of the International Conference on Micro and Nanoelectronics Devices, Circuits and Systems (MNDCS-2022). The book includes cutting-edge research papers in the emerging fields of micro and nanoelectronics devices, circuits, and systems from experts working in these fields over the last decade. The book is a unique collection of chapters from different areas with a common theme and is immensely useful to academic researchers and practitioners in the industry who work in this field.
... The Reality of Time Flow Local Becoming in Modern Physics By Richard T. W. Arthur NANO-CHIPS 2030 AI On-Chip and Autonomous Chip Systems Ed. by Boris Murmann, Yiannos Monoli, Bernd Hoefflinger Titles in The Frontiers Collection 289.
Author: Richard T. W. Arthur
It is commonly held that there is no place for the 'now’ in physics, and also that the passing of time is something subjective, having to do with the way reality is experienced but not with the way reality is. Indeed, the majority of modern theoretical physicists and philosophers of physics contend that the passing of time is incompatible with modern physical theory, and excluded in a fundamental description of physical reality. This book provides a forceful rebuttal of such claims. In successive chapters the author explains the historical precedents of the modern opposition to time flow, giving careful expositions of matters relevant to becoming in classical physics, the special and general theories of relativity, and quantum theory, without presupposing prior expertise in these subjects. Analysing the arguments of thinkers ranging from Aristotle, Russell, and Bergson to the proponents of quantum gravity, he contends that the passage of time, understood as a local becoming of events out of those in their past at varying rates, is not only compatible with the theories of modern physics, but implicit in them.
... Fields and Forces A Conceptual Guide to Quantum Field Theory and the Standard Model By Wouter Schmitz The Reality of Time Flow Local Becoming in Modern Physics By Richard T. W. Arthur NANO-CHIPS 2030 AI On-Chip and Autonomous Chip ...
Author: James B. Glattfelder
This open access book chronicles the rise of a new scientific paradigm offering novel insights into the age-old enigmas of existence. Over 300 years ago, the human mind discovered the machine code of reality: mathematics. By utilizing abstract thought systems, humans began to decode the workings of the cosmos. From this understanding, the current scientific paradigm emerged, ultimately discovering the gift of technology. Today, however, our island of knowledge is surrounded by ever longer shores of ignorance. Science appears to have hit a dead end when confronted with the nature of reality and consciousness. In this fascinating and accessible volume, James Glattfelder explores a radical paradigm shift uncovering the ontology of reality. It is found to be information-theoretic and participatory, yielding a computational and programmable universe.
M. Verhelst, B. Murmann, Machine learning at the edge, in NANO-CHIPS 2030 (Springer, 2020), pp. ... J. Dean, 1.1 the deep learning revolution and its implications for computer architecture and chip design, in 2020 IEEE International ...
Author: Laura Isabel Galindez Olascoaga
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book proposes probabilistic machine learning models that represent the hardware properties of the device hosting them. These models can be used to evaluate the impact that a specific device configuration may have on resource consumption and performance of the machine learning task, with the overarching goal of balancing the two optimally. The book first motivates extreme-edge computing in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm. Then, it briefly reviews the steps involved in the execution of a machine learning task and identifies the implications associated with implementing this type of workload in resource-constrained devices. The core of this book focuses on augmenting and exploiting the properties of Bayesian Networks and Probabilistic Circuits in order to endow them with hardware-awareness. The proposed models can encode the properties of various device sub-systems that are typically not considered by other resource-aware strategies, bringing about resource-saving opportunities that traditional approaches fail to uncover. The performance of the proposed models and strategies is empirically evaluated for several use cases. All of the considered examples show the potential of attaining significant resource-saving opportunities with minimal accuracy losses at application time. Overall, this book constitutes a novel approach to hardware-algorithm co-optimization that further bridges the fields of Machine Learning and Electrical Engineering.
NANO-CHIPS 2030. The Frontiers Collection, pp. 293–322. Springer, Cham (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-18338-718 W29 - Real-World Computer Vision from Inputs with Limited Quality 146 R. Neven et al.
Author: Adrien Bartoli
Publisher: Springer Nature
The 6-volume set, comprising the LNCS books 12535 until 12540, constitutes the refereed proceedings of 28 out of the 45 workshops held at the 16th European Conference on Computer Vision, ECCV 2020. The conference was planned to take place in Glasgow, UK, during August 23-28, 2020, but changed to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 249 full papers, 18 short papers, and 21 further contributions included in the workshop proceedings were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 467 submissions. The papers deal with diverse computer vision topics. Part V includes: The 16th Embedded Vision Workshop; Real-World Computer Vision from Inputs with Limited Quality (RLQ); The Bright and Dark Sides of Computer Vision: Challenges and Opportunities for Privacy and Security (CV-COPS 2020); The Visual Object Tracking Challenge Workshop (VOT 2020); and Video Turing Test: Toward Human-Level Video Story Understanding.
This will generate supercomputer speeds, memory storage, and calculation capacity that by 2030 will approach human cognitive rates. Nano-chips operating at the level of quantum physics will be able to manipulate time and space beyond ...
Author: James Canton
Publisher: Hachette UK
Game-changing trends are coming in business, technology, workforce, economy, security, and environment. Climate change, energy demand, and population growth will redefine global risk and power. Exponential new technologies will emerge in digital money, mobile commerce, and big data. An explosive new middle class of over one billion consumers will enter the marketplace. Every nation, job, business, and person will be transformed. To thrive in this future you have to become predictive, adaptive, and agile—to become Future Smart. Dr. James Canton, a renowned global futurist and visionary business advisor, illuminates the pivotal forces and global power shifts that everyone must understand today to thrive in a rapidly changing landscape: Regenerative medicine will extend our lifetimes and rebuild our bodies Robots and drones will drive our cars, teach our kids, and fight our wars Smart machines will design, manage, and service 40% of all global businesses—energy, commerce, finance, and manufacturing—without humans Digital consumers who live always connected will challenge every business to change its strategy Climate change wars will redefine security and resources Most of us are not prepared to meet the challenges the future will bring, but these changes are coming fast. Armed with knowledge, those who are Future Smart can take action to reinvent themselves, their businesses, and their world.
Some applications in agriculture are : the use of nanosensors to detect diseases in plants , to control soil conditions , to monitor harvest growth and to detect nitrogen , agrochemicals and other pollutants ; the use of nanochips to ...
This document, presented by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) to its member States at its thirty-sixth session, provides an analytical complement to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development from a structuralist perspective and from the point of view of the Latin American and Caribbean countries. The proposals made here stem from the need to achieve progressive structural change in order to incorporate more knowledge into production, ensure social inclusion and combat the negative impacts of climate change. The reflections and proposals for advancing towards a new development pattern are geared to achieving equality and environmental sustainability. In these proposals, the creation of global and regional public goods and the corresponding domestic policies form the core for expanding the structuralist tradition towards a global Keynesianism and a development strategy centred around an environmental big push.
New Vistas in Nanoelectronics Bernd Höfflinger. 2018 2020 2030 2022 2024 2026 2028 256 64 256 64 4 16 4 16 1/256 Energy per Frame Electric Power Limit Electric Power Needed 1/64 1/16 1/4 1 1/256 1/64 1/16 1/4 1 Neural Nets Low-Voltage ...
Author: Bernd Höfflinger
The release of this second volume of CHIPS 2020 coincides with the 50th anniversary of Moore’s Law, a critical year marked by the end of the nanometer roadmap and by a significantly reduced annual rise in chip performance. At the same time, we are witnessing a data explosion in the Internet, which is consuming 40% more electrical power every year, leading to fears of a major blackout of the Internet by 2020. The messages of the first CHIPS 2020, published in 2012, concerned the realization of quantum steps for improving the energy efficiency of all chip functions. With this second volume, we review these messages and amplify upon the most promising directions: ultra-low-voltage electronics, nanoscale monolithic 3D integration, relevant-data, brain- and human-vision-inspired processing, and energy harvesting for chip autonomy. The team of authors, enlarged by more world leaders in low-power, monolithic 3D, video, and Silicon brains, presents new vistas in nanoelectronics, promising Moore-like exponential growth sustainable through to the 2030s.