How your idle computer can help fight Alzheimer's disease
You might remember the SETI@Home project, as part of which people downloaded a software application that helped astronomers crunch data as they searched for signs of extraterrestrial life. Now there's a somewhat similar project that's much closer to home. It's called Compute Against Alzheimer's Disease, and it's a way that home computer users can make a contribution to the fight against one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Researchers at George Mason University created the Computer Against Alzheimer's Disease app, which only runs when the host computer is idle.
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