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L’Apoteosi dei Nerd

  • Roberto Manzocco
Part of the I Blu - Pagine Di Scienza book series (BLU)

Riassunto

La valanga iper-tecnologica che ci travolgerà, trasfigurandoci, ha già una data d’arrivo, il 2045, e pure un nome: Singolarità.

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