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February 7th, 2005
Over the next decade, in addition to pouring billions into nanotechnology R&D, chipmakers will be scooping up nano startups and using their innovations on the chip. Still, this means that chipmakers will be incorporating nanotechnology into their own industrial process.
But what happens if a more powerful, cost-effective architecture for computing emerges from the nano labs in the next decade? This would create almost unimaginable computing power, systems that could revolutionize energy, medicine, transportation. Computing could narrow its gap with human consciousness.
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