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Rudy Rucker - Beyond Machines: The Year 3000



Rudy Rucker

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Posted: Feb 21, 2012


Rudy Rucker - science fiction writer and professor of Computer Science - explains his vision of the future. As in his novel “Software” where computers ‘preserve’ the human brain, a so-called ‘life box’ database remains which keeps our memories alive.


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