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Learning Path: New Technologies

Part of the Personal computing glossary:

NEW TECHNOLOGIES...haptics - blue laser - neural network - fuzzy logic - artificial intelligence (AI) - expert system - micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) - grating light valve - hologram - Wet PC - wearable computers - Rocket eBook - Roentgen - teleportation - biometrics - HALO - Beowulf - Xanadu - extreme ultraviolet lithography - gesture recognition - ultra wideband radio - bioinformatics - biochip - Human Genome Project - calm technology

View other topics for self-study by visiting our Guide to the Learning Paths.

This was last updated in May 2008
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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