Is the Age of Silicon Computing Coming to an End? Physicist Michio Kaku Says "Yes"

DailyGalaxy: Traditional computing, with its ever more microscopic circuitry etched in silicon, will soon reach a final barrier: Moore's law, which dictates that the amount of computing power you can squeeze into the same space will double every 18 months, is on course to run smack into a silicon wall due to overheating, caused by electrical charges running through ever more tightly packed circuits.

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