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What is Moore's Law? Is it still valid?

What is Moore's Law? Is it still valid?

Moore's Law is an observation made by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965 that the number of transistors on a computer chip would double approximately every two years.

This law has held true for several decades and is often used to measure the progress of computing technology.

Moore's Law has allowed for the development of smaller, faster, and more powerful computers at lower costs than ever before.

It has enabled the development of powerful mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets that are capable of performing complex tasks.

It has also enabled the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Moore's Law is still valid today, as chip manufacturers continue to increase the number of transistors on a chip at a rate that is close to what was predicted by Moore.

Examples of products that have benefited from Moore's Law include personal computers, gaming consoles, and virtual reality headsets.

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