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I'm usually skeptical about such articles, not in the fundamentals of the idea but in the applicability of it. I think it's best we temper our expectations (skynet is already a redundant theme) at least for the short term.

I'd say there's a giant leap from this to actual hardware intelligence and adaptability so it's a bit humorous to me seeing the grandiose thoughts of some of our members here. It's like just inventing the wheel and already thinking of run-flat tires without acknowledging the long road between.
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Wow... One step closer to an AI...
Also, just started thinking: If you combine that with IBM's liguid-cooled an fueled 3D analog processor concept I saw on OCN not too long ago they would finally build GLaDOS...
This...
is...
AMAZING!!!!!!!!
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But can you overclock it?
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Quote:
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But can you overclock it?


I'm sure someone will try to. thumb.gif
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