Moore's Law is based on the prediction that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit will double approximately every year (or up to 18 months). Gordon Moore, one of Intel's founders and an engineer, first observed this law in action in 1965, writing about his observation in an issue of Electronics magazine. Supporting this observation is the fact that the transistor’s size continues to shrink over time.
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