@rabryst The especially sad part of it all is that only big data centres and companies will be equipped to run this kind of compute, leaving us all sharecroppers on their hardware, and the DIY crowd out in the cold.
@rabryst I recently attended a seminar from a senior Intel scientist, and beyond 7nm, they’re pretty pessimistic. They think most future innovation will happen in server density and cooling — using systems completely impractical for consumers. (Think LN.)
@rabryst In the world many are imagining, at least, (Intel certainly is!) — all our compute moves to the cloud and our dumb terminals really are worthless. (It’s a sad future, but I can see the economic arguments.)