Perry Lea, RUMBLE cofounder, started his day this morning as the keynote speaker at the Future Technologies Conference in Vancouver, BC. FTC is a worldwide gathering of academic researchers, PhD and grad students, searchers from top think tanks and industry tech developers. The topic is the future of computing architecture. “I am personally excited about a renascence in computer architecture. I think new emerging memory and CPU designs will merge and expose an entirely new sets of applications and capabilities in the future. Some startups like GraiFalcon, Mythic and big names like IBM and Microsoft have some spectacular technologies like quantum computing, neurotrophic processing, and systolic arrays.”