Thursday, 11th Feb 2021
“An investor’s guide to the new agricultural revolution”, is the subtitle and topic of the book “Moo’s Law“. Author Jim Mellon is an investor and entrepreneur from the UK who, in this interview, told us about the book and how he envisions the future of our global food system.
The title of your book is a play on Moore’s Law. Could you explain this?
In 1965, Gordon Moore, the computer engineer who would go on to found Intel, noticed that semiconductors were getting twice as efficient every two years or so. “Moore’s Law” was his famous prediction that computers would continue to improve exponentially. He was right: computer chips nowadays are almost inconceivably more efficient than when he made the prediction.
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