I generally don't post links to interviews. They're rarely more than extended sales pitches for whatever the interviewee is selling. However, occasionally a good interview comes along, and that's the case with Technology Review's interview with Gordon Moore who admits that despite his "Moore's Law" which the technology industry lives by, he's not very good at predicting the future. He also explains why he put money into SETI. Finally, he talks about how to build a strong company even if you're not great at predicting the future. The answer is pretty simple: hire great people.
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