DNA computers are likely more than a decade away so they will not be used and minimally useful. The performance will probably not be more than traditional computers of that time and for massively parallel comparison searches it will be faster to use quantum computers. Analog Quantum computers should start to see introduction in 2007 from Dwave Systems. In ten years, we should have quantum computers with multiple thousands to millions of qubits.
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