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Technology Day 2000 - "The Future of Atoms in an Age of Bits"

MIT's Technology Day 2000, on the theme "The Future of Atoms in an Age of Bits," features speakers Rodney A. Brooks (“Flash, Machines and the Physical World”), William J. Mitchell (“E-Topia: Digital Communications and the Future of Cities”), Rosalind W. Picard (“The Emotionally Smart Machine”) and Yoseff Sheffi (“Transportation Auctions and Exchanges”). June 3, 2000. [T8059, T8060, T8061]

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