Monday, March 28, 2005

Toward Biological Computers

I wrote about biological-based computers in my book, Quantum Investing. Seems like researchers at Technion have made some remarkable advances recently.

"Technion scientists have developed a biological computer, composed entirely of DNA molecules and enzymes constructed on a gold-coated chip. This new computer represents a significant improvement over the original computer reported three years ago in a joint paper by Prof. Ehud Keinan of the Technion and a group from the Weizmann Institute of Science, which included Yaakov Benenson, Prof. Ehud Shapiro and Prof. Zvi Livneh. The Technion researchers succeeded in increasing the level of complexity of their computer. Whereas the original computer could accept up to 765 different programs, the new computer can accept as many as 1 billion programs. This increase represents a dramatic advance in terms of the potential mathematical operations and complexity of problems that may be solved using a biological computer. The results are published this week in the Journal of the American Chemical Society."

I have little doubt that the Microsofts and Intels of the future will have biological roots in their technologies. Those that don't simply won't be around for very long.


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