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The development of nanorobots is something that has been on spot most recently – e.g. Check here or there and there. A letter has been released in answer to US Navy interests on molecular machines, describing the developed technology as an open resource. The letter also provides an overview on ethics and legal aspects regarding new and emerging technologies, serving as a guidance to small companies, engineers and the scientist community. The content of the letter is available here, while the description of the TTCP workshop to happen in August 2010, is available there.
Last edited by XavierP; 06-14-2010 at 11:43 AM.
Reason: Moved to /General as this is not a Linux technical question
According to PCWorld, developers are already experimenting with transistors composed of single atoms. This proves the possibility of nanotechnology in the general world, including the use of 1024-core CPUs, which certainly are possible with this size of a transistor. Say goodbye to those single-core clunkers... This is the future: an entire supercomputer hive on one chip!