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MIT Scientists Are Using A BIOLOGICAL VIRUS To Make Computers Faster

Mac Slavo
December 10th, 2018
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Scientists working for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are using a biological virus to help computers work much faster. When your computer stores data, it has to pause while the information moves from one piece of hardware to another, but apparently, this virus will stop that delay.

Using a virus called the M13 bacteriophage to manufacture a specific component may unlock phase-change memory systems, a type of digital storage that would speed up any computer using it, according to research published last month in the journal ACS Applied Nano Materials.

The problem these viruses solve comes from the way memory is transferred within a computer. Moving data from high-speed but transient RAM to permanent storage on a hard drive can sometimes take a computer several milliseconds.

Replacing that two-part memory system with a single, catch-all type of storage called phase-change memory would reduce that delay to about ten nanoseconds.

But the existing manufacturing process for phase-change memory reaches temperatures high enough to destroy gallium antimonide, one of the base materials necessary for phase-change memory systems.

Using a virus to pull the pieces of gallium antimonide together into usable wires, however, kept the temperature much lower, according to the research. -Science Alert

Apparently, if this research will find its way into computers that we all use, those lost milliseconds will no longer be a concern. The introduction to the research paper states: “The ever-increasing demand for faster and more efficient computers has driven the widespread search for next-generation optoelectronic, photonic, or electronic memory devices that can rapidly process and store information. This search has been not just about exploring new methods to construct smaller or stackable systems but also about discovering novel materials or structures to integrate more devices (or perform multiple computations) on a single chip.”

M13 Bacteriophage is a helical virus that specifically attacks bacteria destroying it.

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Date: December 10th, 2018
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  1. rellik says:

    As a software and electronics engineer I’ve never met a machine some snowflake liberal programmer could not slow down.

  2. I always wondered why the word “virus” was used to describe a mechanical destructive computer problem.

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  3. Kevin2 says:

    I’ll sit this one out. I’m Sgt Shultz literally, “…I know nothing”. This is WAY over me.

  4. Beaumont says:

    “Phages replicate within the bacterium following the injection of their genome into its cytoplasm.”

    M13 reminded me of Morgellon’s, because it would apparently hijack gut flora to create long filaments.

    “M13 is a virus that infects the bacterium Escherichia coli. It is composed of a circular single-stranded DNA molecule encased in a thin flexible tube…”
    “For a wild type M13 particle, it takes approximately 2700 copies of p8 to make the coat about 900 nm long.”
    (Long shape is shown in illustration.)

  5. Heartless says:

    the break-through they are looking for is using viruses… that is correct. But the combining of the RAM and storage drive is the key. Basing a computer design on physiological systems… i.e. living systems (brain and nervous) is the star they’re shooting for. I predict if we don’t blow ourselves up that biological computers are the future. The major problem is AI and/or self-awareness being created prior to a bio-computer system. Worse would be the same created in what would amount to a new life-form. After all, the slowest factor in the entire computing world is the operator and today’s need to interface to a human.

  6. The Deplorable Renegade says:

    Liberalism is a virus.

  7. Deplorable Neal Jensen says:

    Never has “What could go wrong?” been the most dire thing to say concerning this…but never mind, unbridled psychopathy and greed makes it sure that this will go on unimpeded.

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