Hall, J. Storrs


Hall, J. Storrs

Research Fellow at the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing whose research interests include molecular nanotechnology, the theory of self-reproducing machines and the design of useful macroscopic machines using the capabilities of molecular manufacturing. Originator of the Utility Fog concept.

Articles on that refer to Hall, J. Storrs

Utility Fog: The Stuff that Dreams Are Made Of By J. Storrs Hall
The Gray Goo Problem By Robert A. Freitas Jr.
Ethics for Machines By J. Storrs Hall
The 21st Century: a Confluence of Accelerating Revolutions By Ray Kurzweil
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Glossary By Ray Kurzweil
What I want to be when I grow up, is a cloud By J. Storrs Hall
The Vasculoid Personal Appliance By Robert A. Freitas Jr.
Runaway Artificial Intelligence? By J. Storrs Hall
Nanotech Basics By Chris Phoenix and Mike Treder
Is AI Near a Takeoff Point? By J. Storrs Hall

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