The Future of Computing Depends on Making It Reversible

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The Future of Computing
The Future of Computing

The Future of Computing Depends on Making It Reversible

In this blog, I will talk about The Future of Computing Depends on Making It Reversible. It’s time to embrace reversible computing, which could offer dramatic improvements in energy efficiency. Although the concept of reversible computation was first shown to be theoretically coherent by Bennett 46 years ago, relatively little attention has been paid to this concept over the decades. But now, we have known that it’s possible in principle to carry out any desired computation without losing information—that is, in such a way that the computation could always be reversed to recover its earlier state. This idea of reversible computing goes to the very heart of thermo­dynamics and information theory, and indeed it is the only possible way within the laws of physics that we might be able to keep improving the cost and energy efficiency of general-purpose computing far into the future.

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The Future of Computing Depends on Making It Reversible. Now though, experts in industry, academia, and government laboratories anticipate that semiconductor miniaturization won’t continue much longer—maybe 5 or 10 years. Making transistors smaller no longer yields the improvements it used to. The physical characteristics of small transistors caused clock speeds to stagnate more than a decade ago, which drove the industry to start building chips with multiple cores. But even multicore architectures must contend with increasing amounts of “dark silicon,” areas of the chip that must be powered off to avoid overheating.



By implementing this automated approach, the company says that contamination and human-derived experimental errors are greatly reduced. Additional advantages of integrating robotics into laboratory procedures include greater efficiency and ease of standardization, and more metadata being generated, which will allow scientists to repeat experiments with less hassle, as well as permitting researchers to collaborate remotely.

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