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Old 02-27-2006, 09:06 AM   #1
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Default "A non-running computer produces fewer errors"

Prepare for the future of computing - you don't even need to run a computer and that way it can produce better results. Mind-boggling, but it seems to be true...

Read about it at NewScientist.com

   
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Now, if they could figure out a way to connect it straight into our optical nerve, then we wouldn't need monitors either.

Who knows, perhaps they already have...!

Forget AI when you can have AR (artificial reality).
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