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December 5th, 2007
IBM Will Increase Your Storage Capacity 1,000 Fold
Although Bona predicts nanotechnology might be used in personal devices in as few as 10 or 15 years, these advances won't mean much without an additional ingredient: intuition. How else are we supposed to navigate these super libraries of information?
"We have the building blocks," Bona said. "We don't yet know how to arrange them in a new architecture that is brain-like, and we don't know the underlying blueprint that makes us so superior."
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