Gordon Moore, a co-founder of Intel, established in 1965 that the number of transistors on a microprocessor would approximately double every two years, which in turn would lead to an exponential increase in the processing capability and power of digital technologies.
This observation has held true for decades and has been instrumental in driving the rapid and consistent advancement of information and communication technologies.
The exponential progress is also reflected in the evolution of the cost of technology, which has halved every year and a half.
In conclusion, exponential technologies are rapidly evolving, driving major transformations in every sector.
Understanding and embracing this exponential growth is crucial in preparing for a future that might arrive sooner than we think.
Stay informed, stay adaptable, and let’s shape the future together!
By Ángel González