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Michael Dertouzos Guest Contributor

  • The Enlightenment Bug

    The last millennium saw humanity split among reason, humanism and faith. In this millennium, let’s reunite these essential human activities.

  • Your Work Is Mine!

    Becoming interconnected is no excuse for surrendering to the fallacious notion that our information work must be shared for free.

  • Not By Reason Alone

    Should we stop computer science research to prevent the evolution of intelligent machines that might someday surpass humanity? Absolutely not.

  • Internationalize the Internet!

    Wanted: a new breed of dot coms to provide the “total translation” that will transform the Internet into a truly international medium.

  • Speech and Vision

    For thousands of years, people have interacted through speech and gesture. Truly easy-to-use machines will do the same.

  • E-mail: Freedom or Jail?

    Are you ready to send and receive ten times as much e-mail as you do today? Probably not. We all need to adopt e-mail survival strategies: birth control and euthanasia.

  • Four Pillars of Innovation

    Becoming innovative requires the right kind of cash, a high-tech infrastructure, a culture of passion-and the ability to think outside the balloon.

  • Privacy Is Not Doomed

    We can solve the electronic privacy problem, if we can just agree on how much privacy we really want.

  • Brain Implants

    We may undergo plastic surgery for silly reasons, but anyone who has a brain would think twice before tampering with the body’s physical core.

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