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After Moore's Law: Predicting The Future Beyond Silicon Chips

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    For several decades now, Georgia Tech professor Tom Conte has been studying how to improve computers: "How do we make them faster and more efficient next time around versus what we just made? " And for decades, the principle guiding much of the innovation in computing has been Moore's law -- a prediction, made by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, that the number of transistors on a microprocessor chip would double every two years or so.

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