Gordon Moore, Intel co-founder and author of Moore’s Law, dies at 94

Gordon Moorethe electronics pioneer who co-founded Intel Corp. and whose groundbreaking theories set the pace of innovation in semiconductors, has died at the age of 94.


Mr. Moore’s 1965 article published in the trade journal Electronics predicted the pace of miniaturization of computer chips and anticipated the development of personal computers, smart wristwatches, automatic controls for cars and other inventions as electronic components engraved on squares of silicon become smaller, faster. and cheaper. Moore’s Law, as its prediction became known, proved to be a remarkably accurate observation of how quickly engineers would create advances in digital technology that led to countless elements of modern life.

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