CMOS scaling is not yet done, and we can see continued progress as we improve our ability to control fabrication.
Moore’s Law is dead – Long live Moore’s Law! This was the essence of the debate at DARPA’s Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) Summit in San Francisco.
But to understand the debate, we need to agree on what is meant by Moore’s Law.
Gordon Moore’s original observation in 1965 was that as you packed more functions into an integrated circuit, the cost per function decreased. The first part of this observation is about economics, and its essence has remained constant even as the underlying technology and rate of improvement has evolved.
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