Analysis & Media 1994-2002

Published Reviews & Analyses

1994 - 2002

Computing Fabrics

Web Services

Post Quantum Computing

Internet & Networking

& 2D Graphics

Real-time 3D Tools & Accelerators



Post-Quantum Computing Stories
Full Text of Selected Infomaniacs' Guides, Analyses, and Reviews

May 12, 1998

On May 11th and 12th you could have cast your VOTE and JOINED the ONLINE DISCUSSION on!

PC Magazine Trends in 3D for the Web

Computers that Think, Machines that Feel
(Full Text - was Online only - no longer available)
By Erick Von Schweber

Products/Theories Discussed in Computers that Think, Machines that Feel

Desert Survival
Conscious Mattie
Sarfatti's Q-Chip

Toward a Science of Consciousness: Tucson III

Post-quantum computing and computer consciousness are the subjects of a biannual research conference.

Will consciousness arise if you put enough quantum physicists, neurosurgeons, parapsychologists, philosophers, neurophysiologists, and artificial-intelligence (AI) researchers together in one place for a week and turn up the heat? That's the question put to the test every two years at the "Toward a Science of Consciousness" conference, sponsored by the University of Arizona.

A working session of Jack Sarfatti (far left)
with Dick Bierman, Dean Radin, Russell Targ,
and Erick Von Schweber (far right).


By Linda Von Schweber
& Erick Von Schweber

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