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Spy pixels or tracker pixels are hyperlinks to remote image files in HTML messages that have the effect of spying on the person reading the if the image is downloaded. However, there are few regulations in place that effectively guard against tracking approaches. Invented in by Ray Tomlinsons have made it much more convenient to send and receive messages as opposed to traditional postal mail. There are some situations where the recipient doesn't respond to the sender even when they have read thewhich is why the tracking method emerged. Most services do not provide indicators as to whether an was read, so third-party applications and plug-ins have provided the convenience of tracking.

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But what if you could keep all that digital information on you at all times, even embedded in your skin? Harvard University geneticist George Church and his team think it might be possible one day. The researchers converted the individual pixels of each image into nucleotides, the building blocks of DNA. They delivered the GIF into the living bacteria in the form of five frames: images of a galloping horse and rider, taken by English photographer Eadweard Muybridge, who produced the first stop-motion photographs in the s.

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The researchers were then able to retrieve the data by sequencing the bacterial DNA. They reconstructed the movie with 90 percent accuracy by reading the pixel nucleotide code. The method, detailed today in Natureis specific to bacteria, but Yaniv Erlich, a computer scientist and biologist at Columbia University who was not involved in the study, says it represents a scalable way to host information in living cells that could eventually be used in human cells.

The modern world is increasingly generating massive amounts of digital data, and scientists see DNA as a compact and enduring way of storing that information.

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After all, DNA from thousands or even hundreds of thousands of years ago can still be extracted and sequenced in a lab. And this GIF—only 36 by 26 pixels in size—represents a relatively small amount of information compared to what scientists have so far been able to encode in synthetic DNA. Erlich says one benefit of hosting data in living cells like bacteria is better protection. For example, some bacteria still thrive after nuclear explosions, radiation exposure, or extremely high temperatures.

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One possible use would be to record the molecular events that drive the evolution of cell types, such as the formation of neurons during brain development. Shipman says you could deposit these bacterial hard drives in the body or anywhere in the world, record something you might be interested in, collect the bacteria, and sequence the DNA to see what information has been picked up along the way.

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