Research has to be done in order for our computers to get the work load in the first place, someone has to fund it down the line. However that could just as easily happen to F@H, Stanford is not a non-profit in their own respect. But I'm willing to bet research is and always has been purchased from schools for "donations", may even still be kept public domain to look good. Still need the money to actually be able to utilize the information commercially.
I figure we just speed up the process and I'm okay with that, faster better stuff comes out, faster commercial gain will fall, because the old tech always turns into the cheap tech.
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