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Archives March 2010 - Page 2 of 4 - h+ Magazine

Fixing Reality with Online Games

The online game StarCraft is a televised national pastime in South Korea. With hundreds of licensed pros divided into twelve teams (each with a major sponsor such as Samsung)...

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Print Your Own Designer Organs

The December 2009 press release created quite a stir: Organovo, a San Diego-based company that specializes in regenerative medicine announced a new $200,000 bioprinter that prints artificial organs using inkjet technology.

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Does This Headline Know You’re Reading It?

Ralf Biedert and colleagues at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) are using eye-trackers from Tobii Technology of Sweden along with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create a reading enhancement technology called Text 2.0.

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Nano Probe Is Golden

Dr. Chad Mirkin has a singularly impressive résumé — he is the director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology, and serves as a professor of chemistry, medicine, biomedical engineering, materials science engineering, and chemical and biological engineering at Northwestern University.

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Singularity: Nanotech or AI?

The question of the relative roles of nanotechnology and AI in forging the shape of the future has been argued in techno-futurist circles for decades.

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Is that a Bat or a Bot?

Look out your window and see a strange-looking creature flying by the elm tree in your front yard. A crow, or maybe a bat? No. Actually, it’s a Parrot

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