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    Sounds like Inspector Gadget, except the girl was a normal girl who was just really smart and it was her uncle who was the cybernetically enhanced detective but he was a bit of a doofus and there was a dog, also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Sounds like Inspector Gadget, except the girl was a normal girl who was just really smart and it was her uncle who was the cybernetically enhanced detective but he was a bit of a doofus and there was a dog, also.
    I got it wrong it was a book


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    Tangible media


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    Pentagon proclaims success, as 103 micro-drones take part in an autonomous, adaptive, leaderless swarm


    Perdix Swarm Demonstration
    https://www.dvidshub.net/video/50462...-demo-oct-2016

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    that's scary as hell. these things probably have a hand in how the world ends.

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    New concert hall in Hamburg has an auditorium designed by an algorithm, with 10,000 specially shaped acoustic panels, all of them unique.



    Looks like the central debating chamber for the parliament of the United Confederation of Planets or summat.
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    that looks freakin awesome. Do they do raves there too?

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    https://www.wired.com/story/malware-dna-hack/

    In new research they plan to present at the USENIX Security conference on Thursday, a group of researchers from the University of Washington has shown for the first time that itís possible to encode malicious software into physical strands of DNA, so that when a gene sequencer analyzes it the resulting data becomes a program that corrupts gene-sequencing software and takes control of the underlying computer.
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