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July 14th, 2006
Mike Treder: Chris wrote a blog entry last week suggesting that today's nanotechnology is "in the stone age" compared to where it will be a few years from now.
The same might be said about emerging technologies that connect the processing power of computers with the creative capacity of the human brain: they are remarkable, and yet they represent only the bare beginnings of what may be possible.
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