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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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PC World
March 27, 2002
Sean Captain
Future Gear: Will You Be Assimilated? Can we wear computers without becoming cyborgs? mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
March 15, 2002
John Edwards
Quantum Leap A quantum physics breakthrough could turn pipe dreams, such as ultra-high-speed quantum computers and teleportation, into real-world technologies... mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
February 25, 2002
Brad Wieners
Do androids dream of First Amendment rights? A Net-controlled robot reporter from MIT may be headed for Afghanistan... mark for My Articles 166 similar articles
February 25, 2002
John Glassie
Flesh, robots and God Are they becoming us or are we becoming them? One of the world's leading roboticists discusses the machines in our future -- their ability to think, feel, reproduce and achieve personhood... mark for My Articles 357 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2002
Fast Company
Technology: How Much? How Fast? How Revolutionary? How Expensive? Not long ago, we believed in technology's outsized potential. Now the promise of technology seems unfulfilled. What's next? Will technology take a backseat? Or are we about to see a new role for technology -- one that is smarter, sharper, and more sustainable? mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
PC World
February 11, 2002
Nancy Weil
What Are the Hot Trends in Technology? Security, artificial intelligence and 3G networks are the next big things, according to experts gathered at Harvard... mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
PC World
February 1, 2002
Kuriko Miyake
Olympus Unveils DNA Computer Rather than relying on a microprocessor, computer runs on reactions between fragments of DNA... mark for My Articles 556 similar articles
January 29, 2002
Alison Motluk
"Future Evolution" by Peter Ward A scientist and an artist team up to portray a future of square tomatoes, kangaroo rats and universally brown-skinned humans who don't need food... mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
January 2002
George Gilder
Moore's Quantum Leap Why has the microchip's explosive growth rate never happened before? The author explains the micro microeconomics and why silicon is just the beginning.... mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
January 3, 2002
Bernie Alexander
Segway: Transportation For The Future Weighing in at an average 75 pounds, this self-balancing human transporter is an intricate set-up of hardware and software powered by nothing more than a battery. Segway replicates the body's movements; it's like an extension of yourself... mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
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