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Mitsubishi tests the entrepreneurial waters
How will computers be built after 2015? Hewlett-Packard’s Stan Williams thinks he has a good recipe. It’s not perfect-but that’s the beauty of it.
Computers in the Visual Arts
Physicists inject a dose of reality into screen simulations.
Since the 1960s, Donald Knuth has been writing the sacred text of computer programming. He’s a little behind schedule, but he has an excuse: he took time out to reinvent digitial typography.
A Boston company aims to make invention automatic.
After a decade of calculations, the first wave of materials designed from scratch on the computer are ready to be made and tested. On the horizon: new substrates for optics and electronics.
Jeff Hawkins, creator of the PalmPilot, has other, much larger ambitions. He wants to figure out how the brain does its thing.