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« Intelligent Robotic assembly of fuel cells could hasten hydrogen economy | Main | Bioethical issues surrounding emerging technologies up for grabs »

November 10, 2005

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David Walter

Drawing from Ray Kurzweil's assertion that computer performance per $1,000 is doubling annually, 6 or 7 years would represent a 64 or 128-fold increase in computing power. So, even if they can only do their ten current runs for a one-day prediction, they would have the raw processing power at hand. That ignores any parallel improvement in the models themselves.

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