If a DSP is a calculator, and a calculator is an adding machine, and an adding machine is an abacus, then, by the transitive property, a DSP is made of wood.

If a DSP is a calculator, and a calculator is an adding machine, and an adding machine is an abacus, then, by the transitive property, a DSP is made of wood.

... and if it's made out of wood, then it floats, and if it floats, then it weighs the same as a duck, and if it weighs the same as a duck, then it's a witch!

Time to mention Turing completeness. A discussion on the future viability of DSP chips would be interesting. Low latency GPU compute is possible option though.

Since the human brain is itself an immensely powerful calculator, perhaps someday an exceptionally mathematically gifted person will harness that latent power to make weird noises — using only their mouth. What a transformational moment that will be.

If a DSP is a calculator, and a calculator is an adding machine, and an adding machine is an abacus, then, by the transitive property, a DSP is made of wood.