Moore’s law is already slowing down and will collapse within a decade
according to Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist. He believes physical
limitations are already beginning to come into play.
Kaku believes we’ll be able to stave off the decline with workaround for a
while yet, including parallel processing and even three-dimensional chips. Ultimately he believes we’ll have to switch to completely different concepts of computer processing, such as molecular computing (effectively using molecules to create a valve to replicate silicon transistor switches at a smaller scale) and even quantum computing. However, the latter option likely won’t be viable until
near the end of the century according to Kaku.
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