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organic compounds used for memory storage

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    Looks like a promising start. I can see alot of CS people though bawking at this and not wanting it to ever see the light of day.

    Once this is developed though, it's gonna take many decades before it is mainstream.
     
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    still it comes down to size constraints and the more options you can have translates to more in less space. CS majors just need to nut up.
     
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    More likely (in time frames) is to get quantum computers that directly operate exponentially, instead of linearly. Then number systems won't even matter much.

    Bio-memory is very useful though, because it can help building AI.
     
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