Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Being a child of Moore's Law

Food for thought for the day.

About two years ago, I wrote about predicting the future from the perspective of thinking linearly on an exponential slope (Predicting the Future: The Steamrollers, Predicting the Future: Randomness and Parsimony ). Here are three images I found on my Twitter feed that illustrate this. Recall that Genomic sequencing is going faster than Moore's law ( A Second Inflection Point in Genome Sequencing ? and then ...)

The screen of what we initially called a telephone got bigger in order for people to interact with it (that and for contemplating one's selfies)

Maybe it's time for Zero Knowledge / Data Driven Sensor Design

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