The End Of Moore’s Law: Shrinking The Transistor To 1nm

November 09, 2017 12:00 PM

About This Video

This video was uploaded to the YouTube channel Singularity Prosperity in November 2017.

This video is the second in a multi-part series discussing computing. In this video, we’ll be discussing computing – more specifically, Moore’s Law with the exponential growth of technology due to our ability to pack more and more transistors into integrated circuits and the potential death of Moore’s Law!

[0:30-3:50] Starting off we'll look at, how the integrated circuit has shaped the world due to our ability to pack more and more transistors into them, more specifically, in their usage in computing in the form of microprocessors (CPUs) and other computation related hardware.

[3:50-7:11] Following that we'll discuss, how the transistor will continue to shrink onwards from this year, 2017 and the latest innovations that can shrink them even further, such as FinFETs.

[7:11-10:44] To conclude we'll discuss, the potential end of Moore's Law once the transistor shrinks to 1nm and what comes after...

About Singularity Prosperity

The Singularity Prosperity is a YouTube channel for those who want to know more about the innovations being made across the world, understand the impact certain technologies will have on society, utilise technology as a tool to better their lives and work together towards building a post-scarcity society.

The world has been changing at an accelerating rate since the industrial revolution, and this rate of change is only bound to increase as various technologies begin to converge with their own respective exponential trends. These technologies include quantum computing, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

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