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    Interviews by Sander Olson

    November 27, 2005 | Interview with Damian Gregory Allis (new)
    Damian Allis is using molecular models to prove the validity of advanced molecular manufacturing (AMM).

    November 5, 2005 | Interview with Robert Freitas (Part 2)
    Robert Freitas foresees nanobots floating in people's bloodstreams, eradicating disease and radically increasing longevity.

    November 4, 2005 | Interview with Robert Freitas (Part 1)
    Robert Freitas foresees nanobots floating in people's bloodstreams, eradicating disease and radically increasing longevity.

    August 19, 2005 | Interview with Alex Nugent
    Alex Nugent has a new computing philosophy that could supplant conventional computing paradigms for many tasks.

    August 19, 2005 | Interview with Michael Anissimov
    Michael Anissimov is convinced that smarter-than-human intelligent computers will emerge within the next two decades.

    August 19, 2005 | Interview with Tihamer Toth-Fejel (version 2.0)
    Tihamer Toth-Fejel is working to make advanced molecular manufacturing a reality within a decade.

    March 4, 2005 | Interview with Chris Phoenix - part 2
    Chris Phoenix has a plan to develop desktop nanofactories sooner rather than later.

    December 29, 2004 | Interview with Dr. Jeremy Bailenson
    Dr. Jeremy Bailenson believes that the "consensual hallucination" of VR will directly lead to new and heightened modes of social interaction.

    September 25, 2004 | Interview with Britt Gillette
    Britt Gillette believes that advanced molecular nanotechnology will fundamentally alter the world within the next decade.

    September 25, 2004 | Interview with Adrian Tymes
    Adrian Tymes is using intricate nanostructures to tap into the "casimir effect" - a physical phenomena that could potentially be exploited to create vast amounts of pollution-free, renewable energy.

    May 13, 2004 | Interview with Dr. John Robert Marlow
    John Robert Marlow is using the medium of science fiction to warn of the dangers of "superswarms".

    January 22, 2004 | Interview with Chris Phoenix - part 1
    Chris Phoenix is convinced that desktop nanofactories will soon be available, and he has dedicated his life to the cause of nanotechnology.

    January 10, 2004 | Interview with Jennifer Elisseeff
    Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff wants to use stemcells to transform the field of medicine

    November 25, 2002 | Interview with Douglas Mulhall
    Douglas Mulhall is on a crusade to warn people of the promises and perils of machine intelligence and molecular nanotechnology

    October 26, 2002 | Interview with Alex Nugent (version 1.0)
    Alex Nugent has a radical paradigm that could lead to vastly improved neural nets

    July 13, 2002 | Interview with Max More (version 1.0)
    Life Extension, Nanotechnology, Machine Intelligence, Surging and conjoining technological surges: Max More and the Extropy Institute have grappled with all of these issues - and have some shocking answers

    June 7, 2002 | Interview with Ramez Naam (version 1.0)
    Ramez Naam: Is on a mission to show scientists and engineers the value of molecular modelling.

    June 7, 2002 | Interview with Dr. Randolph Levine (version 1.0)
    Randy Levine and Zettacore: Want to revitalize the electronics industry, and soon.

    April 12, 2002 | Interview with William Frensley (version 1.0)
    William Frensley: Is on a mission to spread technical wisdom about the future of electronics.

    April 12, 2002 | Interview with Konstantin Likharev (version 1.0)
    Konstantin Likharev: Wants to develop artificial brains running a million times faster than human brains - and he thinks he knows how to do it.

    February 15, 2002 | Interview with Dr. Stephen Thaler (version 1.0)
    Dr. Stephen Thaler: Believes that he has discovered the key to human creativity - and can transfer this creativity onto computers.

    January 25, 2002 | Interview with Dr. Gary Mezo (version 1.0)
    Dr. Gary Mezo: Is fighting microbes most people (including doctors and microbiologists) don't even know exist

    January 3, 2002 | Interview with Jack Dunietz (version 1.0)
    Jack Dunietz: Wants to create a "baby AI" that can learn, grow, and feel

    December 17, 2001 | Interview with Hugo DeGaris (version 1.0)
    Hugo Degaris: Plans to create "brain building" machines that could transform society - and become the dominant species on earth

    December 7, 2001 | Interview with J. Storrs Hall (version 1.0)
    J.Stoors Hall: A committed proponent of full-blown Drexlerian nanotech, he dreams of being a cloud

    December 3, 2001 | Interview with Maria Xenophontos (version 1.0)
    Ms. Xenophontos: Wants to create an empire out of making carbon nanotubes

    November 7, 2001 | Interview with Francis Heylighen (version 1.0)
    Francis Heylighen: Wants to transform the Internet into a "global brain"

    October 24, 2001 | Interview with Arthur T. Murray (version 1.0)
    Arthur Murray: Call him Mentifex

    October 18, 2001 | Interview with Deepak Srivastava (version 1.0)
    Deepak Srivastava: Wants to use molecular computers to explore the heavans

    October 17, 2001 | Interview with Nick Bostrom (version 1.0)
    Nick Bostrom: Believes we may all be living in a simulation

    September 28, 2001 | Interview with Rich Goodin (version 1.0)
    Rich Goodin: Has made a business devoted to forging breakthroughs in nanotech

    September 25, 2001 | Interview with Robert Bradbury (version 1.0)
    Robert Bradbury: Dreams of planet sized computers

    September 22, 2001 | Interview with Mark Gubrud (version 1.0)
    Mark Gubrud: A passionate critic of Ray Kurzweil, he is deeply worried about the prospects of nanotechnology and AI

    September 18, 2001 | Interview with John Cholewa (version 1.0)
    J.C. Chowela: Has his fingers on the pulse of the computer industry

    September 16, 2001 | Interview with Vernor Vinge (version 1.0)
    Vernor Vinge: Believes that society is heading frantically towards a "Singularity" - a time when computers become the dominant life form on earth

    August 29, 2001 | Interview with Damien Broderick (version 2.0)
    Damien Broderick: Believes that society is rushing headlong towards a "Spike"

    August 12, 2001 | Interview with Glenn Fishbine (version 1.0)
    Glenn Fishbine: Wants to make nanotechnology profitable - in the short term

    August 6 b, 2001 | Interview with John Smart (version 1.0)
    John Smart: Has dedicated his life to studying the transformation of society that will come from the emergence of AI

    August 6 a, 2001 | Interview with Andrew Adamatzky (version 1.0)
    Andrew Adamantsky: Wants to build liquid chemical brains for robots

    July 23, 2001 | Interview with Jeffrey Harrow (version 2.0)
    Jeff Harrow: The pioneer of internet radio, thousands listen to him describe "The Rapidly Changing Face of Computing"

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