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Gallery of Odd and New Technology Holds Future of Computing

Ever since the 1970s, the number of transistors on computer microchips typically doubled about every two years. What was once a predictable trend, called Moore’s Law, is now increasingly untenable with current technologies, which would inhibit further development of today’s computers and smart devices.

Georgia Tech’s Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH) is taking this dilemma head-on, in part, through a computer version of Frankenstein’s lab. Dubbed the Rogues Gallery, CRNCH showcased this collection of unique hardware at the 2023 CRNCH Summit to illustrate how it is ushering the next generation of computing.