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August 1st, 2007
On the Future of Warfare
On July 30th I gave an hour-long presentation on "Nanotechnology and the Future of Warfare" at the World Future Society's annual conference.
About 60 people attended and peppered me with many excellent questions both during and after my talk. Overall, the audience was quite enthusiastic and responsive.
New technologies such as genetic engineering, robotics, nanotechnology, and possibly artificial intelligence could enable radical shifts in the balance of power.
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