[extropy-chat] The Dawn of Personalized Medicine

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Thu Apr 8 11:18:58 UTC 2004

On Wed, Apr 07, 2004 at 03:27:52PM -0700, Robert J. Bradbury wrote:

> Hal, you may have missed the best example -- Trilogy Systems (google on
> trilogy + Amdahl.  I'm not sure it ever got to the point of going public
> though so it might not have turned into an Enron.


Too bad we're farther than ever from WSI. It will never happen in silicon in
today's risk-averse R&D climate.

I'm betting on polymer/organic electronic/spintronic nanolithoprinting blast
open the lock on designer's minds. Plenty of creative designers out there,
but prototyping costs must come down into low kilobuck range, preferrably
much lower.

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