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March 20th, 2003
Intel Envisions 'Smart Dust'
Every sci-fi geek has heard of smart dust - tiny nanomachines that float around, collecting data and transmitting information. They played a role in Neal Stephenson's novel The Diamond Age, where he talked about clouds of smart dust floating invisibly in the atmosphere
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