Over at ZDNet, Stephen Shankland takes a look at what happens when Moore’s Law runs out of steam for silicon.
I drive a 1964 car. I also have a 2010. There’s not that much difference — gross performance indicators like top speed and miles per gallon aren’t that different. It’s safer, and there are a lot of creature comforts in the interior,” said Nvidia Chief Scientist Bill Dally. If Moore’s Law fizzles, “We’ll start to look like the auto industry.”
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