8.22.2005

 

Moore's law and international competition

There are a wide range of things that can spur Moore's law, including international competition:

China joins U.S. and Japan in global race to build the fastest computer

From the article:The petaflop barrier is significant because it is believed that the human brain operates at an equivalent speed of something like 1 to 10 petaops per second. See Robotic Nation for details.

Comments:
It's been said that whoever controls the first nanotechnology universal assembler, controls the world.

The idea is that it would be used to create (and be created by) a super-intelligence, and that the super-intelligence would use the nanotech to halt all other nanotech research, around the world.

So, large masses of computing power are very important. Today, that means Google, and the super-computers of the world, stuff like that. In the future, who knows. Something to watch for, though.
 
These things tend to develop in parallel (or greater numbers) so I wouldn't be suprised if several research facilities announce breakthroughs around the same time. Unless the Koreans get there first...damn you Samsung! :)
 
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