Glenn Harlan Reynolds: July 2003 Archives

Greenpeace and Nanotechnology

Greenpeace has just released a report on nanotechnology and artificial intelligence entitled Future Technologies, Today's Choices: Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; A Technical, Political and Institutional Map of Emerging Technologies. That Gre Read More

Opening Up the Airwaves

A while back, I challenged FCC Chairman Michael Powell to stand up for free expression on the Internet. Now, undeterred by the lack of any visible response, I'm going to go that one better, and challenge him to stand... Read More

Terror War? What Terror War?

I've been skeptical of "homeland security" for a long time. In fact, back on September 11, I warned: It's Not Just Terrorists Who Take Advantage: Someone will propose new "Antiterrorism" legislation. It will be full of things off of... Read More

A Lunar Klondike?

It's happening again. With commercial interest in space exploration beginning to pick up steam, scientists are complaining that someone is stepping on their turf, as an article (sadly, not available on the Web) from last week's Financial Times makes clear:... Read More

Reality and the Code

Science fiction writers have written about mind uploading for years. Somehow (the actual process is generally left a bit vague in the stories, though the technology seems to be developing), you copy your mind from the organic computer that... Read More

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