Cray to Build Supercomputer That Will Manage Nuclear Weapons

The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has awarded Seattle-based supercomputer maker Cray a $174 million contract to develop a new machine to manage nuclear weapons.

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Crazay1470d ago

Just what the world needs...A super computer havign control over Nukes...Hello oblivion

AuXDubz1468d ago

Never trust humans with nukes, so never trust any one/thing with them.

SilentNegotiator1468d ago

Nukes have only been used once offensively (well, twice, just three days apart) and that ended a war, turning the instigating warring nation into one that creates sexy cartoons and wacky gameshows.

I'd say humanity's track record with nukes has been pretty good thus far.

SilentNegotiator1468d ago

Never trust people from Seattle to handle your weapons. Never.