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Seismic Shifts Challenges and Opportunities in the 'Post ISA' Era of Computer Systems Design with Margaret Martonosi
Systems designers are turning to a range of approaches to scale computer systems performance and power efficiency. Unfortunately, the scaling gains afforded by these techniques come with significant costs: increased hardware and software complexity, degraded programmability and portability, and increased likelihood of design errors and security vulnerabilities. The long-held hardware-software abstraction offered by the Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) interface is fading quickly in this post-ISA era. This talk will cover a range of design opportunities and challenges, with a particular emphasis on the surprising alignments between full-stack issues in both classical and quantum computing systems.
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