The World’s Biggest Innovations Are Relying On This One Technology

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A radical new breakthrough in computer processing is now reshaping the future of technology.

You’ve probably heard of self-driving cars, automated delivery drones, and the exciting breakthroughs in artificial intelligence.

At the core of all of these technologies is a radically new chip some call the “Virtual Processing Unit” or VPU.

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It’s so powerful that it has the ability to performing up to 8 trillion tasks per second and create entire digital worlds faster than the speed of thought.

The possible application of this technology are almost limitless, in fact, it is now being applied toliterally trick the human brain into overcoming psychological and medical disorders.

Some call this process “Neural Imprinting” It is noninvasive, drug-free, and has no dangerous side effects. But most importantly, during initial studies it had demonstrated a nearly miraculous ability to eliminate extreme pain.

New projections now show that the devices that administer this groundbreaking technology, could soon be in over 64% of households in America.

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In fact, a recent published report from one Silicon Valley venture capital firm believe this single technology could soar “over 13,000% in the next 3 years.”

That’s nearly 5 times faster than the iPhone.

The world’s biggest tech CEO’s are pouring big money into this technology. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg invested an astronomical $2.1 billion in this technology – before it even hit the market. Microsoft’s CEO jumped in with $150 million, and Google’s, Larry Page, recently headed a funding round worth $542 million to get in on the ground floor.

Should these investments serve as a sign that something much more remarkable is approaching?

According to Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer, reporter, and 34-year Silicon Valley veteran Michael Robinson, the answer is yes.

In a startling interview he reveals that nearly all major technology companies have begun to prepare for a drastic change to the future of computing.

However, it’s the ground zero location for this technology revolution that makes his interview a must-see for every American.

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