A Follow-up to “The Unreasonable Ineffectiveness of Machine Learning in Computer Systems Research”

I am grateful to everyone who responded to my post in April that asked why machine learning has had limited impact on computer systems research. In addition to commenting on this website...

A Decade of Mobile Computing

The smartphone is the most pervasive mobile computing device on the planet. There are over 2.1 billion devices worldwide, and this number is rising sharply as smartphone penetration...

A Vision of Persistence

For decades, memory systems have relied on DRAM for capacity, SRAMs for speed and then turned programmers loose with malloc(), free(), and pthreads to build an amazing array of useful,...

Thoughts on ISCA44

The 44th ISCA just wrapped up. This year it was held in Toronto, which proved to be a great location owning in no small part to great local organizing and participation. I find attending...

Freedom vs. Security in Computer Systems

Is it time to consider designing and operating computer systems with an “off-by-default” attitude to proactively defend against such attacks?

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October 1, 2017 in Seattle, USA
Call for Workshops/Tutorials: IISWC 2017
February 24, 2018 in Vienna
Call for Workshops/Tutorials: HPCA 2018
October 14, 2017 in Boston
Call for Papers: NOCARC 2017
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September 9, 2017 in Portland, USA
PACT 2017
October 15, 2017 in Boson, MA
OpenPiton Tutorial
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