This is an interesting take here: AMD CEO: The Next Challenge Is Energy Efficiency - IEEE Spectrum Despite a slowdown of Moore’s Law, other factors have pushed mainstream computing capabilities to double about every two and a half years. For supercomputers, the doubling is happening even faster. However, Su pointed out, the energy efficiency of … Continue reading Energy efficiency in the CPU’s
Starting a blog in 2023?
This is a good overview! No, you dont have to write raw HTML! For the context: How to Start Your Blog in 2023 Running your own blog in 2023 is still needlessly complicated, especially if you have any kind of taste. Why have one in the first place? This particular blog is more like a … Continue reading Starting a blog in 2023?
When Chat becomes cheat
Interesting perspective here: CheatGPT For a long time, I've been wondering aloud how higher education is going to deal with the sophistication of ChatGPT, Copilot, and other AI tools. Well, wonder no longer, because this is where I live now. "Dave, you're making assumptions. Can you prove any of this?" I can, actually, since some … Continue reading When Chat becomes cheat
Creating in silence
I am linking it here because I liked it. Creation happens in silence | Jose M. Whatever you’re working on only exists in a vacuum until you publish it. And you might be full of doubts. Will it work? Will it be useful for someone? Will people like it? Am I crazy for doing this? … Continue reading Creating in silence
The slow gradual impact of AI
I am not fond of WSJ, but sometimes they have an "out-of-box" reporting. While the linked write up features the impact of AI chatbot in the call centre, just draw the parallels for healthcare. Enterprises are always in the cost cutting mode (but never for the salaries of the C-suites). The administrators will bend over … Continue reading The slow gradual impact of AI