Is this the coolest thing to come out of GDC?
Delivered by inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil, the keynote address--the second at GDC--centered on Moore's Law, which describes the exponential growth of computing capabilities for cutting-edge hardware.
As chips are progressively able to perform more calculations for less money, and in a package that's continually shrinking, Kurzweil told the GDC audience to look for the price-to-performance ratio of computers to improve a billionfold in the next 25 years.
A BILLIONFOLD? W00t!
Seriously, he might be raving, but.. he might not. I'm optimistic for the latter. Go Ray!