Better Computers Through Chemistry?
Coupled with decent eyesight, the human brain can quickly pick out a face in a crowd--something even a Cray Research Inc. supercomputer can't do reliably. The brain relies not on chips and hard disks but on chemical reactions. So, building on the way the brain works, researchers have come up with a model for what they call a chemical computer.
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