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Features Archive

  • Dances with Machines

    Artist David Rokeby builds machines that watch us, make music with us, speak to us and free-associate on our behalf.

  • CPR for the Artificial Heart

    Reviled in the ’80s and forgotten in the ’90s, the artificial heart is back and beating. TR readers get a rare glimpse inside the company that’s developing it.

  • Titans Talk Tech

    Michael Dertouzos and Bill Gates ponder open-source software and the future of the computing industry.

  • Cyborg Seeks Community

    Meet one of the creators of wearable computing and join him in his search for like-minded folks to live in an augmented reality.

  • Fountain of Ideas

    A reservoir for computing innovation, LCS has provided a haven for startups-and a place for researcher/entrepreneurs to regroup and begin again.

  • Seeing Is Believing

    There’s a ways to go yet, but the artificial retina is poised to move out of academic labs and into corporate R&D.

  • Moses of the Nanoworld

    To his followers, K. Eric Drexler is the prophet of nanotechnology. Will he be left behind by the rapidly developing reality of nanoscience?

  • Chips Go Nano

    Shrinking computer chips have propelled the information revolution. But chip makers are approaching unknown territory.


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