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Bio-computer example of ‘risky’ technology that should be funded: researcher

Half-living, half-synthetic bio-computers will soon be able to reason and multi-task like humans, paving the way for a world where computers can help solve ‘unsolvable’ problems, if QUT researcher Associate Professor Dan Nicolau has his way.

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