Hawk's Nest

Thursday, March 27, 2003

Network builds itself from scratch TRN 032603
Drawing heavily on the chemistry of biology, researchers from Humboldt University in Germany have devised a way for electronic agents to efficiently assemble a network without having to rely on a central plan.
I want to deploy self-assembling nano-networks in 2020 so I don't have to send my staff into the field. I'll just mail a package of sea-monkey-like workers. Won't it be an interesting world??!!


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