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    A recent demonstration involving two trucks tethered by computer control shows how automation and vehicle-to-vehicle communication are creeping onto the roads.
  2. Why Facebook is Becoming Like Google+
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  5. Military Funds Brain-Computer Interfaces to Control Feelings
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