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May 25th, 2006

No aging, robot cars - and radical business plans

Abstract:
If Ray Kurzweil is right, the business landscape - indeed, the entire human race - is about to be transformed beyond all recognition. Kurzweil is a renowned computer scientist and inventor (he built the first flatbed scanner). And no less a figure than Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has called Kurzweil the greatest thinker on artificial intelligence alive today. So when he talks, it's worth paying attention.

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