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The incredible proliferation of silicon transistors has dramatically altered the course of human history. Moore had the defining insight that silicon chips, and microchips made of them, could make electronics profoundly cheap and immensely powerful. History has borne out this insight, and Moore's leadership at Fairchild Semiconductor and then the Intel Corporation made it possible. Illus.
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