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    Combining massive quantities of data, insights into human psychology, and machine learning can help manage surprising events, says Eric Horvitz.

  • TR10: Probabilistic Chips

    Krishna Palem thinks a little uncertainty in chips could extend battery life in mobile devices–and maybe the duration of Moore’s Law, too.

  • TR10: Offline Web Applications

    Adobe’s Kevin Lynch believes that computing applications will become more powerful when they take advantage of the browser and the desktop.

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    The online giant hopes it’s created the ipod of digital books.

  • TR10: NanoRadio

    Alex Zettl’s tiny radios, built from nanotubes, could improve everything from cell phones to medical diagnostics.

  • TR10: NanoRadio

    Alex Zettl’s tiny radios, built from nanotubes, could improve everything from cell phones to medical diagnostics.

  • TR10: Graphene Transistors

    A new form of carbon being pioneered by Walter de Heer of Georgia Tech could lead to speedy, compact computer processors.

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