Moore’s Law, named after Intel founder Gordon Moore, states that computing power – more accurately, the number of transistors in a chip - will double every two years. For 50 years now, this law has held remarkably true, but as transistors approach physical limits on size, some experts are suggesting Moore’s Law may be nearing its end. Will we find better ways of utilising our hardware? Or will new developments change how we interact with technology? In the last of our three-part series on technology, we asked our contributing technology experts about a technology with potentially global applications. The responses were as varied as the technology sector itself. We hear about an Australian software company taking on the world, a British company bringing automation to white-collar offices, and a technology concept that’s still ‘in the lab.’