Scientists Broke a Major Computer Design Barrier And It Could Change Tech As We Know It


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Even if you’ve never taken a coding class, you’ve probably heard of computer programming languages like Python, C++, JavaScript, and HTML. (Bonus points if you’re familiar with Swift and PHP.) Engineers may debate the pros and cons of each nerdy language, but they all have something in common: Their instructions must morph into the lines of ones and zeros that a computer chip can understand and execute, allowing it to power everything from our emails to Netflix binges. This process, which unfolds deep in the heart of computers, requires instruction set architecture (ISA) — essentially, this set of rules works...