In 1965, Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel, observed that the number of transistors on integrated circuits per square inch doubled every year since their invention in 1947. Based on that observation, he formulated Moore’s Law, which predicted that the trend would continue onward. For the most part, integrated circuits have continued to grow at a similar pace since along with software and technologies accompanying the hardware.
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How the internet of medical things can impact podiatric medicine