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December 5th, 2007

IBM Will Increase Your Storage Capacity 1,000 Fold

Abstract:
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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