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Hi, thanks for turning a Singularity Prosperity. This video is the seventh in a multi-part series discussing computing and the final discussing classical computing. In this video, we’ll be discussing what heterogeneous system architecture is and how it’s going to shape the future of classical computing! [Music] To summarize what we’ve discussed in previous videos,

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To keep things simple, let’s assume that there’s a single CPU. Each guest operating system is already multiplexing the processes that it is currently hosting on the CPU in a non-virtualized setting also. So each operating system. Has a ready que of processes, that can be scheduled on the CPU, but there is this hypervisor

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hello again welcome to Dr. Noob’s laboratory today I’m going to show you how to cool a CPU with a Peltier plate now what this is is this little 12 volt plate if you heat it on one side and cool it on the other it will actually create electricity however if you pump electricity

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My name is Ali Javey. I’m a Professor of Electrical Engineering in Computer Sciences here at Berkeley. The big flavor of our research is bridging chemistry with electrical engineering. The goal of this project was to develop a wearable technology that we could use to get some accurate and meaningful information about the physiological state

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So, I’ve come here today because you promised me “cache”, but I don’t see any money. I thought you were paying me for these things, but- No, we’re not talking about that sort of cash. We’re actually looking for the cache that is built into our CPUs and they’re used in computers to try and

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Things we talked about a spectrum meltdown and they rely on some of the more advanced ways that the CPU operates It’s probably worth diving down and actually looking at how a CPU actually executes the code be right I mean, we’ve touched on this before we did a video on pipelining we did a

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And a graphics processor is a specialist processor that is designed to make processing of three-dimensional images more efficient than other forms of processor. It is a digital world. It’s all 1s and 0s, adds and minuses. And if you do lots of adds, you can turn it into a multiply. But actually, a graphics

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In a previous video, we looked at how CPU’s can use caches to speed up accesses to memory. So, the CPU has to fetch things from memory; it might be a bit of data, it might be an instruction And it goes through the cache to try and access it. And the cache keeps a

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