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March 6th, 2004
Think nano has ethical problems?
What new tools to improve human performance will emerge from the convergence of nanotech, biotech, infotech and cognitive science? This was topic of discussion at the recent NBIC conference in New York, where several hundred scientists, ethicists, government officials and business executives gathered.
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