Gene drives are created by adding something called Crispr, a programmable DNA sequence, to a gene. This tells it to target the natural version of itself in the DNA of the other parent in the new embryo. The gene drive also contains an enzyme that does the actual cutting. So, the embryo, and the resulting offspring, are all but guaranteed to have the gene drive, rather than a 50% chance with standard GM – because an embryo takes half its genes from each parent. Nvidia also mentioned that Reflex, a feature that can lower your system latency by combining both GPU and game optimizations, is coming to four new titles. We were hoping Nvidia would throw us some scraps of information about its upcoming Lovelace RTX 40 series of graphics cards, which are likely to succeed the current Ampere range, though unfortunately not even a morsel was provided.
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