When Moore wrote his famous article in 1965, predicting a regular increase in the number of transistors that would result in Moore's Law, he also predicted the advent of the home computer, he said in an interview with vnunet.com.
You should have some doubts about the extent of Moore's geniousness however:
"Of course I had no idea what it would look like," he told vnunet.com. "The first time I discussed a home computer at Intel the only reason we could think of to use one was for a housewife to store recipes on."
UPDATE: corrected the year of Moore's article. As "mike malone" noted, the original incorrectly stated that it was published in 1975.
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