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Quantam computing will pwn DNA computing.....

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In quantum computing, not only is the state of the bit (0 or 1) important, but also the phase of the bit,” he said. “How quickly we can control the phase of the qubit, in our scheme, depends on the magnetic field. Increasing the magnetic field increases how fast the phase for any single qubit changes in time and ultimately sets the limit of how fast we can control our qubits. In the article, we give the limit of about 100 GHz, which is assuming a very high magnetic field, which would require superconducting magnets to achieve.
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EDIT ^^ overclock the computer by increasing the magnetic field? ROFL....

Check this out: a prototype quantum computer solved a problem without running:

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By combining quantum computation and quantum interrogation, scientists at the UniversitBy combining quantum computation and quantum interrogation, scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found an exotic way of determining an answer to an algorithm – without ever running the algorithm. y of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found an exotic way of determining an answer to an algorithm – without ever running the algorithm.....
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It took a couple billion years to make a protein, then another couple billion to make conscious life. I don't think we can do it in a million years, let alone the past couple thousand.
Technological advancement is on an exponential curve. It is entirely possible. Read about the technological singularity =)
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It took a couple billion years to make a protein, then another couple billion to make conscious life. I don't think we can do it in a million years, let alone the past couple thousand.
Cool stuff though. Our bodies are much more efficient than our technology, so why not mix the two?
proof?
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It took a couple billion years to make a protein, then another couple billion to make conscious life. I don't think we can do it in a million years, let alone the past couple thousand.
Cool stuff though. Our bodies are much more efficient than our technology, so why not mix the two?
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This stuff is beginning to scare me. Maybe this computer thing is going too far. Skynet looks more possible everyday.
They aren't going to allow a "Skynet" scenario... because they're going to plug us all into the machine long before it becomes truly self aware. They are planning to fuse humanity with technology to form something truly and completely inhuman.

Anybody remember the Helios ending in Deus Ex: Invisible War? On the surface it's a bright shinning peaceful utopia... and all that had to happen was to completely strip all individuality from all people without their consent. Welcome to the future folks, and abandon hope, all ye that enter....
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I seriously doubt this technology will be out in our life time...
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I seriously doubt this technology will be out in our life time...
think again. there could be some new break through in technology with in the next 10yrs or even in the next 10sec! that could revolutionized the industry by a quantum leap! IMHO i think we will see many interesting things in our lifetime. and i cant wait
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If I hear skynet one more time in my life it'll be too many.
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If I hear skynet one more time in my life it'll be too many.

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