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October 6th, 2005
Will Nanotech Find Happiness?
Mike Treder: Exponential general-purpose molecular manufacturing (MM) will lead to severe risks. Virtually everyone who accepts that MM is coming soon -- within 20 years, and possibly much sooner -- agrees that the potential dangers are enormous.
What's not so easy to agree upon is what to do about MM.
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