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Can Software Save Moore's Law?

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Published on Jul 17, 2013

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Transistor innovation alone isn't enough to keep the computing benefits of Moore's Law alive. Software developers will have to pick up the slack with more efficient code, according to Krste Asanovic, a computer science professor at University of California, Berkeley.

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Software Developers Keep Moore's Law Alive?
Increasing complexity of hardware innovation may put chip-savvy software developers in the driver's seat.

Are software developers keeping Moore's Law alive? That's the theory one researcher put forth at a recent university research event in San Francisco.

Krste Asanovic, a computer science professor at UC Berkeley, described how critical software has become to harnessing the power of increasingly powerful processors, especially in mobile devices.

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