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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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January 2001
Judith Lewis
Design is evil Fantastic as the scenario may sound, personal fabricators are not only feasible, but inevitable, according to developers... mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
December 2000
Jaron Lanier
One-Half of a Manifesto Why stupid software will save the future from neo-Darwinian machines... mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2000
Amy Wilson
Busta Grimes For some truly 21st-century housecleaning, why not try a robotic vacuum cleaner that maneuvers all by itself, guided by more than 50 sensory devices that allow it to make 16 decisions per second? mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
October 13, 2000
Janelle Brown
Computer toy joy Robot buddies will lead our children into a bright future, says Mark Pesce in his new book, "The Playful World"... mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
October 4, 2000
Damien Cave
Artificial stupidity Virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier says computers are too dumb to take over the world... mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
September 14, 2000
Janelle Brown
Robots "R" us Why are roboticists building machines in their own image? "Robo Sapiens" introduces a homemade population and the egos behind the bots. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
September 2000
At Home With The Androids Robosapiens... SIG... DB... Face Robot... Personal Robot R100... Jack... Robonaut... mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
September 2000
Telefriend Meet iRobot, the smartest webcam on wheels mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
September 2000
Paul Boutin
The Next Step Inside the MIT Leg Lab, M2 is learning to walk. On June 16 the humanoid robot - one of the world's most advanced - successfully put its right foot forward, a single stride that marks a milestone in robotic evolution... mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
September 2000
Charles Platt
Bright Switch A tiny crystal full of holes is about to smash the electronic speed limit, and in the coming photonics era, superfast optical networking is only the beginning. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
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