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Re: Moore's Law
Etmax   1/14/2014 9:12:59 PM
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I think this is the point in the computer's evolution where biology is moore (pun intended :-) ) closely replicated. Massively parallel processing will be the answer and 3D allows this to be done with a reduction in area. The human brain is billions of processors running at a few hertz with massively parallel connections between them. This is where we should be heading

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Moore's Law
zewde yeraswork   1/14/2014 10:14:12 AM
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What other means might there be to dealing with the eventual slow-down of Moore's Law?

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