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Preuss, Paul. Human Error


Tor Books, New York 1995

Topics: medical applications, computer industry
Themes: work
Motifs: biocomputer

biocomputer
No details about the computer itself had ever been released, but most industry watchers assumed, correctly, that Compugen was aiming for the next frontier, the fully self-replicating biocomputer. A steady flow of rumor supported the belief that the company was achieving its goal. For a year the trade press had been calling the new machine the Tyger II. p 47-48


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