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All of YouTube's data stored in teaspoon of DNA - The Straits Times

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The world is facing a looming data storage crisis, and Singapore can help to avert it. In 2018, people watched 4.33 million videos on YouTube, sent 159 million e-mails and posted 49,000 photographs on Instagram every minute of the year, among other data uses. At this rate, we will produce 418 zettabytes of data this year, according to the World Economic Forum, and even more in the future. A single zettabyte is a trillion gigabytes.
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