Bunnie argued that while Moore’s Law held if you started developing a project at the point when a vendor released their silicon it would be obsolescent even before you managed to ship it.
We may well have reached the point where our computing is “good enough.” That, at least as far as computing is concerned, we’re looking at a maturing technological base.
The RISC-V open-source architecture has been around since 2010. Things are starting to move fast for the long ignored architecture.
We’re almost in a place where we have multiple vendors producing open silicon based around the RISC-V core