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10 Emerging Technologies That Will Change the World

February 2003

Technology Review identifies the developments that will dramatically affect the way we live and work-and profiles the leading innovators behind them.

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    Creating a Culture of Ideas

    Nicholas Negroponte says expertise is overrated. To build a nation of innovators, we should focus on youth, diversity, and collaboration.
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    Supercomputing Resurrected

    Last year, Japan fired up an ultrafast computer that puts its closest competitors to shame. What will it take for the United States to catch up?
  • Drugs tailored to an individual’s genetic makeup promise to be safer and more effective, but they raise tricky economic and ethical questions.
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    Robot Sky Patrol

    Unmanned aerial vehicles could help tame wildfires, unsnarl traffic jams, and even find a better cup of joe.

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