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realjjj   8/26/2016 9:23:25 AM
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"In a keynote talk, Daniel L. Rosenband, who leads the compute team for Google's self-driving car, called for a 14/16nm processor that could crank 16-bit floating point jobs at five tera-operations/second."


It's somewhat encouraging that he's not asking for a few times more.  With a Parker SoC (1.5 TFLOPs) + a medium sized discrete GPU it could be done in 100W. Not ideal but they don't need production hardware today. If their requirements don't go up , costs and power would become rather favorable in a couple of years.

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