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July 28th, 2006

Fantastic Visions

Abstract:
Mike Treder: Today we're beginning to see maintream media coverage of "futuristic" ideas like quantum computing; not many years ago, we started seeing stories about "science fiction made real" through genetic engineering and biotechnology. Next on the horizon will be general awareness of the seemingly fantastic implications of nanofactory technology. That kind of high-profile coverage may still be two or three years away, but it's coming soon.

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