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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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PC Magazine
January 18, 2005
John C. Dvorak
The Next Great Breakthrough What is the future for voice recognition and the ability to have some sort of conversation with a computer? mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
December 2004
Jennifer Hillner
The New Atlantis Welcome to Vent-Based Alpha: a permanent, manned outpost 5,000 feet beneath the ocean's surface. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
December 2004
Kim Stanley Robinson
Taming the Red Planet Terraforming Mars - grafting an Earth-like atmosphere and ecology onto that rocky and poisonous planet - remains a great idea that is likely to become one of the supreme engineering projects of humankind. mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
December 2004
Frederik Pohl
Remaking Our Bodies for Mars If we want to find a way to occupy Mars, let's try a different tack. Leave the planet as it is, but change our own human bodies so that we can live on it. mark for My Articles 175 similar articles
PC World
December 2004
Tom Spring
Three Minutes With Ray Kurzweil Visionary tells how biotechnology and nanotechnology will extend human life spans into near immortality. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Technology Research News
September 22, 2004
Kimberly Patch
Agent Model Yields Leadership Developing teams of robots or software agents that have efficient collective behavior is an emerging field of research. One avenue involves letting agents receive advice from their acquaintances. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Technology Research News
August 25, 2004
Eric Smalley
Five Photons Linked Researchers have entangled five photons - a key step in quantum computing which would make it possible to check computations for errors and teleport quantum information within and between computers. mark for My Articles 212 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 7, 2004
Sebastian Rupley
Nanotech Gets Royal Treatment England's Prince Charles says proper attention should be given to evaluating the possible benefits, as well as the science fiction-like risks. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Industrial Physicist Biomimetic Nanotechnology Although biomimetic nanotechnology is in its infancy, with no applications yet reaching commercialization, the barriers in some cases lie mainly in scaling up production processes to industrial levels. mark for My Articles 674 similar articles
August 2004
Oliver Morton
A Machine With a Mind of Its Own Ross King wanted a research assistant who would work 24/7 without sleep or food. So he built one. King's robot can look at the results of a biology experiment, draw a conclusion about what the results might mean, and then set off to test that conclusion. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
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