The future of computing according to the Economist
London, March 21, 2016.- A public following is an excerpt of the recent report published by the magazine “The Economist” on the next evolution of computing and information technology.
It is best to read the full analysis In 1971 the fastest car in the world was the Ferrari Daytona, capable of 280kph (174mph). The world’s talles buildings were New York’s twit towers, at 415 metres (1,362 feet). In November that year Intel launched the first commercial microprocesador chip, the 4004, containing 2,300 tiny transistores, each the size of a red blood cell.
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