Jack Hyslop, science specialist for Christie's, displays a 1958 prototype of a microchip before auction on June 17, 2014 in New York City. The microchip helped inventor Jack Kilby win the Novel prize. Photo: AFP
Howard Yu
Opinion

Opinion

Howard Yu

Uncertainty has become the new normal as the era of Moore’s law draws to a close

‘When a product’s performance is improved beyond a singular dimension, as historically dictated by Moore’s law, roles and responsibilities blur’

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Jack Hyslop, science specialist for Christie's, displays a 1958 prototype of a microchip before auction on June 17, 2014 in New York City. The microchip helped inventor Jack Kilby win the Novel prize. Photo: AFP
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