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Submitted by SJIND 747d ago | article

Researchers create crash-proof, self-repairing, inspired-by-nature computer

Extremetech: Computer scientists at University College London have created a self-repairing computer that never crashes. This technology could find its way to into mission-critical systems that must not fail, or it could improve the overall reliability of computers in general — which is a good thing, considering how almost everything we interact with is governed by a digital computer. (PC hardware)

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