Where computing hits the wall: 3 things holding us back


3 Walls

Computers lets us stay connected every where we go. We have the potential to achieve computer greatness, but there are certain factors that hinder us from creating the world's best computer.


FIRST WALL: HIGH PERFROMANCE COMPUTING.

High computing requires massive, MASSIVE, MASSIVE amounts of energy. We can string together computers to perform billions of computations per second, but it would require lots of energy. To create the best computer for analyzing large datasets, we would require lots of computers strung together as big as a football field, and would require a mid-sized nuclear power plant. Even if we could get computer to analyze, we would need to find a way to get the usable information from the massive amounts of data recorded; thats where learning comes in.

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SECOND WALL: COMPUTER EDUCATION AND LEARNING.

Computers have come a long way from its early years. They have advanced as far as to basic learning, such as robootics, recoognition, and filtering. But to grab all the usable data, computers need to learn A LOT more. Independent computers are a long time away.

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THIRD WALL: WHY?

Why is this information useful? Why is it not? Computers need to learn why it stores some information and which others are junk. Usually, humans tend to choose such information based on morality and thinking, and we can get machines to do that stuff too. But it'll be a hard journey. Computers now are getting stronger. But in order for us to obtain all we need to know, we need the best compooters.

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