IBM is finishing its development of a super computer that can perform 1.5 quadrillion operations per second.
They say it would take the average person 47 million years to do the same.
That sounds impressive, but I doubt that the average person needs to do 1.5 quadrillion operations per second.
It’s difficult enough for some people to walk and chew gum at the same time.
I just wish that computer makers would make a computer that wouldn’t go wacky 1.5 quadrillion times a day.
One point five quadrillion operations?
That took a lot of dedication,
Forty seven million years?
With a lot of sweat and tears.
It’s IBM’s latest sensation.
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I know what you mean buddy.
Funny! I think I’ve already had 1.5 quadrillion moments of computer wackiness just this past week!