Where can I see a graph of computing power growth for the next 38 years (2050)?

Moore's law seems to be continued at least till 2020. However, due to power wall the performance of computers do not grow exponentially, unless we find ways to better harness parallel computing. Here is a great book about this:The Berkeley Par Lab: Progress in the Parallel Computing Landscape

What is the importance of statistics to a teacher?

I am not a teacher. Despite that fact, I think I can contribute to this question because of things teachers have said.There are many college teachers that will consider the mean and standard deviation of grades on a test when making decisions

What percentage of people use a hand line phone rather than a cell phone today?

I don't know the percent, but many people still have both, I give out the land line for important stuff like the Dr, so they can leave a message. I use my main Email on the computer, I do not

What percentage of people use a hand line phone rather than a cell phone today?

I don't know the percent, but many people still have both, I give out the land line for important stuff like the Dr, so they can leave a message. I use my main Email on the computer, I do not

What percentage of people use a hand line phone rather than a cell phone today?

I don't know the percent, but many people still have both, I give out the land line for important stuff like the Dr, so they can leave a message. I use my main Email on the computer, I do not

What percentage of people use a hand line phone rather than a cell phone today?

I don't know the percent, but many people still have both, I give out the land line for important stuff like the Dr, so they can leave a message. I use my main Email on the computer, I do not

What statistic would most people be surprised by?

The stat surprised me the most, and I'm summarizing the article noted below, is that the number of stars in the observable Universe is 10 times more than all the grains of sand on Earth. You'd need 10 Earths and

How many people be dead in 20 years?

There is a simple quick answer that very roughly estimates this.  According to several websites including the one below, the current yearly mortality rate for humans is 55.3 million per year.   The only problem with extrapolating a yearly death rate for the next twenty

How many percentage of people believe that there is god?

Question being answered is " How many percentage of people believe that there is God ?".It is an interesting question. No poll will give right figures. Hence, go by your belief on the persons giving these figures. By the way, please know that there are several people who do not follow any religion but they believe

What is the age most women (from developed countries) decide to have children and start family?

This is a very individual decision which most women make after carefully considering their options.  In developed countries (as you specified) that control rests with the woman (once again, as a general rule) and many factors come into play.When I was of the age to

How many dead people are in the world?

There are currently 101 billion dead people. 15 dead people per person which adds up to 108 billion people that has ever lived. 15.4% are still alive today which is 7.7 billion as of 2018. The world will reach 8 billion people in 2025.

What is a good way to control the U.S. population?

The US does not have a population growth problem.Unlike many industrial countries that severely restrict immigration, millions of immigrants have come to the US in recent decades. This has likely prevented the same kind of financial crisis that restrictive countries like Japan and Germany are facing.You see, as the population ages, more