Anystory Short – Computer Chips: how small can we go?
Computer Chips: how small can we go?
Moore’s Law argues that every 2 years the amount of transistors on a single microchip doubles. For years, Moore is right. The amount of transistors increased exponentially, while the chips decreased in size. We enter a time where this becomes almost physically impossible. So, what does the future of computer chips hold if Moore’s Law comes to an end? We figured it out for you! Check out our AnyStory Short.