JDK 20 will introduce float16 conversion methods

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    Exactly so, there are a bunch of Java interfaces to native ML libraries that have some messy bit hacking to convert between fp16 and Java floats. This API along with the intrinsification (https://github.com/openjdk/jdk/pull/10500) will mean I can throw away that code and replace it with something that performs correctly and is much faster.

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