19
September
2007
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10:49 AM
America/Los_Angeles

Intel Developer Forum: Moore Says Moore's Law Will End

Gordon Moore, one of the co-founders of Intel, is known widely for his observation that the number of transistors that can be built on a silicon chip doubles about every 2 years.

This became known as Moore's Law and has been used as a way to explain the productivity gains from technology and the expansion of the modern economy.

What will happen if Moore's Law stops? Will our economies stagnate? Will technological progress stall?

On Tuesday, Gordon Moore, in an interview by Moira Gunn, said that the end is in sight . . .









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