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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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Fast Company
April 2006
Oy, Robot! Are we doomed to some post-apocalyptic nightmare in which robots rule the planet? Roboticists Henrik Hautop Lund and Rodney Brooks square off. mark for My Articles 375 similar articles
January 2006
Who's Afraid of Human Enhancement? Scientists, ethicists, American public policy makers and reporters debate the promise, perils, and ethics of human biotechnology. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2005
Paniccia & Koehl
The Silicon Solution In the future, ordinary silicon chips will move data using light rather than electrons, unleashing nearly limitless bandwidth and revolutionizing computing mark for My Articles 379 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2005
Guizzo & Goldstein
The Rise of the Body Bots Robotic exoskeletons are strutting out of the lab -- and they are carrying their creators with them. New advances make it possible to envision a future in which exoskeletons are part of our daily lives. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2005
Stephen Forrest
The Dawn of Organic Electronics Organic semiconductors are strong candidates for creating flexible, full-color displays and circuits on plastic. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
September 5, 2005
Capell & Arndt
Drugs Get Smart Future medicines will more effectively target what ails you by tailoring treatment to your specific genetic profile. Personalized medicine will also help prevent another Vioxx. mark for My Articles 1355 similar articles
August 8, 2005
Catherine Yang
The State Of Surveillance Artificial noses that sniff explosives, cameras that I.D. you by your ears, chips that analyze the halo of heat you emit. More scrutiny lies ahead. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
August 2005
Kevin Kelly
We Are the Web The last ten years have seen a variety of pioneers, including Marc Andreesen, Jerry Yang, Jeff Bezos, Howard Dean and Ana Marie Cox change the face of the web. The next ten years will be as exciting as the last ten, as the Web continues to change the world. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
August 1, 2005
Otis Port
Raymond C. Kurzweil: Prophet Of Longevity Inventor-entrepreneur-author Raymond C. Kurzweil believes that by 2030, biomedical technology will allow us to halt the body's aging process and rejuvenate tired cells. He laid out several predictions that have proven successful in his book, Fantastic Voyage; another book is due in September. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
July 25, 2005
David Needle
The Weird Web And Other Safety Concerns Bill Joy talks up future tech and inter-connectivity between devices. The panelists at the AlwaysOn Innovation conference also discussed the effect of technology on our safety and on the environment. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
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