News MIT Engineers Build 15,000-Transistor Carbon Nanotube RISC-V Chip

Aug 30, 2019
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Looks way more promising than quantum computers.
Totally Agree, and as my friend Heisenberg said, the problem with quantum CPU is that you can never know its speed and where you put it in the first place.

At least with carbon nanotube CPU, it is less carbon in the atmosphere, good for the planet !
 

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Totally Agree, and as my friend Heisenberg said, the problem with quantum CPU is that you can never know its speed and where you put it in the first place.
cute.

At least with carbon nanotube CPU, it is less carbon in the atmosphere, good for the planet !
There is probably much more carbon in a potato chip than even a full CPU made of CNT. And you're assuming they build the nanotubes by harvesting carbon from airborne CO2, but I'm guessing they go with a cheaper source.

In any case, the total amount of carbon nanotubes produced represent such a miniscule amount of carbon that harvesting it from the air would have an immeasurable impact.
 

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