I'm looking forward to tuning into Limits 2022 today where I can:

computingwithinlimits.org/2022

Glad to learn in the first session that there's a name for the phenomena where new efficiencies in and of themselves don't provide a path to sustainability:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jevons_p

Another theme that popped up in a few talks today was designing with the idea of Intermittent Computing, where a computational system runs when it has collected enough energy from its environment to do something, after which it turns off to recharge:

cmuabstract.github.io/intermit

Also the use of Supercapacitors to buffer energy, since they don't wear out like batteries when used:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercap

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@edsu thank you for sharing all these notes, i am fascinated by all of this!

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