Why the Human DNA is the Secret to Data Center Storage Longevity

November 29, 2017 / GuidesFor Team

Many of the news reports we read today talk how AI or intelligent machines will soon outlast or outperform man. But that’s only one side of the story. As this Phys.Org story reports, organic DNA, such as those taken from animals, can be wired into a computer to improve its performance. Human DNA raises the stakes by providing a platform by which machine data can increase its resilience and longevity. As the following article points out dramatically, engineers and scientists are currently fusing human DNA with machine elements in order to prolong and protect valuable organizational data. It’s hard to believe that the softer tissue of humans can power up a machine’s job, but it is true. Read on for more. This might be happening to your data center in the foreseeable future. – Cora Llamas.

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