These are exciting times. I would love to live long enough to see a practical application of some life-based computer project. I think that my first computer was a $1000 machine I bought in 1976 which used a television as a monitor and cassette tape player as a hard disk and I am astounded that I may miss a bacteria based computer. I’m not spoiled. No sir!
A team of US scientists have engineered bacteria that could solve complex mathematical problems faster than anything made from silicon.
Bacterial computers can crack mathematical problems | Science |