Musings on Moore’s Law and the other Laws of Technology – How they Relate to Societal Change?

By Robert Swider By Dennis Kambury “Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitas.” Occam’s Razor    Introduction Humanity and technology have enjoyed a symbiotic relationship for hundreds of thousands of years, from the time of Homo erectus, whom many anthropologists believe were the first hominids to control fire.   The control of fire and the use of stone tools were turning points in our cultural evolution, though controlling fire was arguably a more significant leap forward.  We now control technologies far more complex than fire and stone tools and the future will bring us technologies that make current technologies pale in comparison.
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