At this year's Hot Chips symposium in August, AMD will be giving several interesting talks.
First up, CEO Lisa Su will host a keynote on Monday, 19 August about the future of high-performance computing with sytem, software, and silicon co-optimization:
Abstract: From medicine to the frontiers of scientific research, manufacturing and entertainment – the demand for computing and graphics technologies continues growing. While we are entering a golden age of high-performance computing, it is increasingly clear that the techniques the industry has used to reach this point will not deliver similar advances over the coming years. As the gains from Moore’s Law have slowed in recent years, the industry has begun to focus on new areas of innovation to maintain the historical pace of performance improvements. AMD CEO Lisa Su will discuss new techniques in system architecture, silicon design and software that will enable future generations of computing and graphics products to deliver more performance with greater efficiency.
On the same day, AMD will also be holding a talk about it Zen 2 architecture, and on the next day the firm will reveal technical detail about its Navi GPU architecture.