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  • It's amazing how scientists can create a super computer that can surpass today's computers by creating them using our genome
  • If DNA computers are fully completed in the future, I think that would be great for active computer users like me
  • It would be convenient for users who store a large amount of files on their computers because DNA computers would be capable of storing more than 10 terabytes of data and can process them a million times faster
  • There is no doubt about it, DNA computers will definitely affect our lives
  • Some might think that DNA computer engineering is an outrageous idea, and some might consider it a scientific breakthrough

    • by shiro_manjuu
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      DNA is a computer that uses human DNA to run instead of the computer chips that conventional computers use. It’s amazing how scientists can create a super computer that can surpass today’s computers by creating them using our genome : DNA. Even though DNA computers are still in its early stages, they can probably create a breakthrough in the world of science later on in the future. If DNA computers are fully completed in the future, I think that would be great for active computer users like me.

      It would be convenient for users who store a large amount of files on their computers because DNA computers would be capable of storing more than 10 terabytes


      of data and can process them a million times faster. However, 10 terabytes is too much space for regular computer users like you and I. Even though it is great to have that much amount of free space on your computer, the chances are you won’t ever get to use all of the space, or it’ll take a long time for it to fill up.

      The good thing about that however is that you will never have to clear/delete files to create more free space. The bad thing about that is a lot of ‘junk’ files would build up overtime, making it hard to find the files you need. These DNA computers would not require toxic ...


      • materials in order to produce them, something I am glad about.

        Since toxic materials have the potential to do harm in our environment (ie. Animals consuming them. ) Even though it is environmentally friendly, I’m wondering what organisms will supply the DNA.

        It might offend some people who are really religious. Some people might think that God created us, and so the genes that he created shouldn?t be fooled around with or involving them in technology. It will probably benefit us economically too, considering that the abundant supply of DNA will make it a cheap resource.

        In addition, DNA computers would be smaller than today’s computers. Think about the small palm pilot computers people find convenient today;

        DNA computers would lead to better marketing ideas. It can also be connected to nano-technology where they insert a computer microchip into humans since it is so small.

        There is no doubt about it, DNA computers will definitely affect our lives. Some might think that DNA computer engineering is an outrageous idea, and some might consider it a scientific breakthrough. However, any technology is just a tool; it can be used for good or for bad.

        For example with the internet, it is good for communication and researching but it can also be used maliciously such as spreading viruses or hacking. Though DNA computers are a long way off, this discovery may unsheathe many scientific possibilities that await us in the future.




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    Inam says :

    DNA computer is complete theory. DNA computing on the other hand in an active computing field. It was always known that with time, the processing and storage capacity of computers will increase in leaps and bounds. Computers are not made up of toxic materials, agreed that some components could be toxic but at very high levels. I doubt that DNA computers will be completely organic, it will be more of an organo-silico thing.

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