Cultocracy note :
Nano technology research and development is progressing at a rapid pace .
As with all technology the applications can be used for good or evil .
A large portion of current research revolves around miniature electromechanical devices (MEMS) combined with D.N.A manipulation and augmentation .
The bulk of research is dedicated to the creation of artificial intelligence based systems , there is an increasing use of combined biological and electromechanical components in these systems .
Published research is usually decades behind what is actually available at present to deep state agencies and corporations .
Cultocracy note :
Selective terahertz (THz) wavelengths can be produced by quantum cascade lasers . D.N.A resonates at THz frequencies , an applied THz wavelength can disrupt gene expression and replication and also damage D.N.A
THz wavelengths can be used in sensing and communications applications .
5G communications systems operate at THz frequencies .
“Using DNA from salmon, researchers in South Korea hope to make better biomedical and other photonic devices based on organic thin films.
It could, for instance, be used to make waveguides similar to silica fibers to carry light within the body.
The films may also be useful in optogenetics, in which light is used to control the activity of specific brain cells…”
“In conventional electronics, a significant amount of effort is put into removing stochastic resonance (SR) – the frustrating hiss that by and large obstructs the detection of weak signals and degrades total device performance.
But, what if there were a means to making use of this effect to improve signal transmission for a new generation of devices, such as bio-inspired sensors and computing processors whose design is based on the neural system of the brain?”
“Fibers made of carbon nanotubes configured as wireless antennas can be as good as copper antennas but 20 times lighter…
The lab introduced the first practical method for making high-conductivity carbon nanotube fibers in 2013 and has since tested them for use as brain implants and in heart surgeries, among other applications.”
“Memory has so far been viewed as a place where we merely store information. But in this work, we conclusively show how we can exploit the physics of these memory devices to also perform a rather high-level computational primitive. The result of the computation is also stored in the memory devices, and in this sense the concept is loosely inspired by how the brain computes.”
“These simulations, which quite closely match the experimental results, are inspiring whole new algorithms to train neural networks to learn,”