Posted by: bluesyemre | April 17, 2012

Slowing Moore’s Law

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  • Brain emulation requires enormous computing power. Enormous computing power requires further progression of Moore’s law. Further Moore’s law relies on large-scale production of cheap processors in chip fabs. Chip fabs are both expensive and vulnerable. Therefore, the advent of brain emulation can be delayed by attacks on chip fabs.

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