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Visions of a Future Chock-Full of Chips

February 21, 2011 No Comments

Moore’s Law, which posits that computing power doubles roughly every 18 months, also more or less applies to electricity, running water and paper, suggested physicist and author Michio Kaku at the RSA conference on Tuesday. This means, among other things, that over the next several decades, computer chips will wend their way into a multitude of everyday products, right down to the clothes we wear.

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