Video for Keynote 2: Are We There Yet? Silicon in Self-Driving Cars. by Daniel Rosenband of Google available to all.

Keynote 2 Are We There Yet? Silicon in Self-Driving Cars. Daniel Rosenband Google
Abstract: Self-driving cars present a challenge in perceiving and interpreting information in a constantly changing environment. This keynote talk highlights these challenges and how silicon is a core enabler for self-driving compute and sensing technologies.

Can also be found on Program page.

28th Hot Chips kicks off Next Sunday in Cupertino!

Next Sunday, the Hot Chips symposium returns to Silicon Valley for the 28th year. I can remember coming to Hot Chips back in graduate school. I loved the annual opportunity to mingle with the industry giants while immersing myself in the details and die-plots from the latest in silicon innovations.

Over the years those things haven’t changed; Hot Chips is still a great place for social connections and still lines-up relevant presentations from the big iron processors to the most capable power-efficient embedded processors.

I’ll be there next week. Will you?!

HC27 is over.

Hot Chips 27 is over. Thanks to all of our attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers.  Hope to see you all next year (HC28 registration opens May, 2016)

Conference slides and videos (coming soon) are available online at no cost to all conference participants.  You will receive an e-mail shortly after the conference with a password (same as one used to access proceedings at the conference).

If you missed the conference you may purchase post conference access for a nominal fee at the Post Conference Store

There are discounts (up to 100%) available to Press, Researchers and Students.  To apply for a discount contact registration2015@HotChips.org