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What does a rule of thumb coined by a computer scientist in 1965 mean to the average Joe or Jane? Moore's Law postulates that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since they were invented. While the rate has slowed down a bit with data density doubling approximately every 18 months, Moore's Law is predicted to hold for at least another two decades. As a result, the "personal computer" will not only become vastly more powerful, it will also get smaller and vastly more personal. So if you want to catch a glimpse of what's in store for the future, tune in for this episode.
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