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Architectural Myopia

Architectural Myopia

Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel prize in Economics for his work on Behavioral Economics. He observed that humans are not “rational’ creatures and that our behavior is impacted by how we react to the world. People have a myriad of biases that influence how we think...

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Inclusion and Conference Governance

Inclusion and Conference Governance

Inclusiveness is not limited to gender and race. The more our community can limit bias in all its aspects, the more inclusive our community will be, and the more people will want to join it and stay. All of us, our research, and society will benefit.

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IEEE TCuARCH Candidate Statement

IEEE TCuARCH Candidate Statement

I am running for Chair of TCuARCH because I have been part of the microarchitecture community for 32 years, appreciate greatly all the good that TCuARCH has done during that period, but recognize there is still much work to be done, and would like to lead it. TCuARCH,...

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Elections have Consequences: Join IEEE TCuARCH and Vote!

Elections have Consequences: Join IEEE TCuARCH and Vote!

The computer architecture community is best served when its elected leadership provides strong guidance to and oversight of our flagship conferences. This has long been the case for ACM SIGARCH, which co-sponsors ISCA and ASPLOS, and IEEE TCCA, which (co-)sponsors...

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