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- Dash, Manaswini, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- 3 Biotech 2018 v.8 no.5 pp. 239
- DNA; computers; digital database; electronic chips; health hazards; human health; information storage; mutation; pollution; silicon
- ... The total digital information today amounts to 3.52 × 10²² bits globally, and at its consistent exponential rate of growth is expected to reach 3 × 10²⁴ bits by 2040. Data storage density of silicon chips is limited, and magnetic tapes used to maintain large-scale permanent archives begin to deteriorate within 20 years. Since silicon has limited data storage ability and serious limitations, such a ...