Ubiquitous Computing



Ubiquitous Computing

Ubiquitous computing refers to distributing computation in the environment, as opposed to keeping it bottled in a desktop-bound personal computer. Wearable computers, smart appliances and increasing intelligence and power of computers in devices like cell phones are examples of ubiquitous computing.

Articles on KurzweilAI.net that refer to Ubiquitous Computing

Bioconvergence: Progenitor of the Nanotechnology Age By Charles Ostman
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Technology: There's a Future In It By Colin Brayton
Review: Vernor Vinge's 'Fast Times' By Hal Finney
Chapter 14: Things That Think By Neil Gershenfeld
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