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    Highly touted “gene chips” are entering clinical use but not as biological crystal balls. Their more mundane role: assessing the stage of a tumor.

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    To bury Boston’s busiest highway underground, engineers are simulating traffic flows on their computers (to give the highway a brain) and starting huge fires in West Virginia (to give it a fire control system).

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    Forget the multimedia distractions. Computer developers should strive for simplicity, eas of use, and machines that are “people-aware.”

  • Field Work in the Tribal Office

    At Xerox’s famed Palo Alto Research Center their’s a new factor in innovation: teams of anthropologists who study how people interact with machines (and each other) in the workplace.

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