Moore's law is one of the most famous observations in computer hardware history. The law is based on work by Gordon Moore in 1965 when he noted that transistors on integrated circuits double approximately every two years. While we no longer talk about transistors, this correlation for computing power has continued through almost four decades.
This presentation will discuss the learning curve already established by the unconventional paradigm. The learning pace has some things in common with Moore’s law and provides important clues about future unconventional production and how the industry might approach future technologies.