Gordon Moore, a founder of Intel, in 1965 observed that the number of components that could be etched on the surface of a silicon wafer was doubling at regular intervals and would do so for the foreseeable futurean idea known as Moore's Law.
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For decades, the computer industry has been guided by a faith that engineers would always find a way to make the components on computer chips smaller, faster and cheaper.
From The New York Times
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