by: Dean Takahashi

At an event honoring the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law, Gordon Moore sat down with The New York Times columnist, Tom Friedman, to share his thoughts on the prediction he made, its legacy and the importance of investment in science. On science investment Dr. Moore remarked: “Our position in the world in fundamental science has deteriorated pretty badly. Other countries are spending more on basic research than we are, and ours is becoming a lot less basic.”

Read more on Gordon Moore's discussion with Tom Friedman, including comments from foundation president, Harvey V. Fineberg on the need to continue investing in scientific research, in a piece by VentureBeat reporter Dean Takahashi here.


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