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  • drunkenninja

    I've included a youtube video about the possibilities of this emerging technology, and they are quite fascinating.

    The one obvious possible benefit to this type of storage is that it can be made to interact with our biological hard drives. Imagine having our brains register memories that never fade, good memories that is.

    • archmagician

      It's crazy the stuff they're coming up with and also the speed at which it's happening. I've gone from basic programming on a Commodore PET to watching movies encoded in DNA in a little over 30 years.

    • leweb

      This is really awesome, especially in terms of information density, but currently I'd think of it as more of a long-term backup storage thing (e.g. a replacement for tape backups) given that reading/writing is very slow. This may change though!

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