Used to describe a unified body of individuals, as in a corporation. Sometimes refers to the structure of an organization, in the context of a capitalist system, where a corporation behaves to earn profits for its shareholders.

Articles on that refer to Corporate

From The Enlightenment to N-Lightenment By Michael Buerger
2050 Global Normative Scenarios By Jerome C. Glenn and Theodore J. Gordon
A Jurisprudence of Artilects: Blueprint for a Synthetic Citizen By Frank W. Sudia
Forecasts and Alternative Futures By Sohail Inayatullah
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Chapter 12: The Business of Discovery By Neil Gershenfeld
Economic Impact of the Personal Nanofactory By Robert A. Freitas Jr.
Moot Court Hearing On The Petition Of A Conscious Computer By Martine Rothblatt
The Age of Virtuous Machines By J. Storrs Hall
Who Owns Intelligence? By Howard Gardner

News Articles that refer to Corporate

Singularity University Launches Inaugural Summer Program At Moffett Field
Singularity University to Study Accelerating Technologies, Launches at NASA Ames
Broadband wireless Internet access nationwide planned
Report from from 'The Future of Life' conference
Corporate Servers Spreading IE Virus [Updated]
New graduate school sets out to make sense of rapidly changing technology
Death Of The Web Is Inevitable
Tech firms unite to map human proteome
IBM Releases AI 'Help Desk' Software
Forget travel--try videoconferencing

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