Who Invented the Microchip?

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It was through technological advancement and the need to increase the number of components in a complex machine that led to the invention of microchip. The first microchip invented is credited jointly to Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby in 1958. It held one transistor, three resistors and one capacitor.
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