Industry outsiders only dimly perceived how the world was changing, but Intel’s leaders knew that if they succeeded in drastically expanding the availability of computing power, radical changes would follow. “We are really the revolutionaries in the world today,” Gordon Moore declared in 1973, “not the kids with the long hair and beards who were wrecking the schools a few years ago.” Miller, Chris. Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology (p. 71). Scribner. Kindle Edition.

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