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Questioning Moore's Law

Geoffrey Moore posited in 1965 that every couple of years, the amount of computing power that could be crammed into an integrated circuit would double. It's the theory that helped shape the tech industry. But nearly 60 years later, some say Moore's Law no longer applies. Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang is the most recent critic, saying chips are becoming more expensive, not less. Intel's chief disagrees. Regardless of whoever is right, it's certain Moore's Law will continue to impact Silicon Valley.

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