We have a confession... #FutureCompute
Over the last few years, we have declared Moore’s Law dead only to go back on our prediction several times. #FutureCompute
That's right. We waffled in 2000. #FutureCompute https://www.technologyreview.com/s/400710/the-end-of-moores-law/ …
What's Moore's Law? Here's a definition.
If you already know this term, skip on to the next tweet. #FutureCompute
In our defense, new technologies we didn't foresee have kept Moore’s Law alive. #FutureCompute https://www.technologyreview.com/s/614247/the-worlds-most-advanced-nanotube-computer-may-keep-moores-law-alive/ …
What do you think? Is Moore’s Law dead? We ask because we’ll be exploring the future of computing at a two-day event next week. #FutureCompute
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