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    Genes, Nanobots, and the Human Future.William C. Frederick - 2000 - Professional Ethics 8 (3/4):101-122.
  2. Nanobots and Nanotubes: Two Alternative Biomimetic Paradigms of Nanotechnology.Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent - 2007 - In Jessica Riskin (ed.), Genesis Redux: Essays in the History and Philosophy of Artificial Life. University of Chicago Press. pp. 221--236.
     
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  3. Nanobots (Nanorobotics) Are Politically-Adaptable, Intelligent Microscopic Robots.E. V. Spudis - 2001 - Journal of Medical Ethics 27 (5):337-337.
     
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    Branching Is Not a Bug; It’s a Feature: Personal Identity and Legal (and Moral) Responsibility.Mark Walker - 2020 - Philosophy and Technology 33 (2):173-190.
    Prospective developments in computer and nanotechnology suggest that there is some possibility—perhaps as early as this century—that we will have the technological means to attempt to duplicate people. For example, it has been speculated that the psychology of individuals might be emulated on a computer platform to create a personality duplicate—an “upload.” Physical duplicates might be created by advanced nanobots tasked with creating molecule-for-molecule copies of individuals. Such possibilities are discussed in the philosophical literature as cases of “fission”: one (...)
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  5. Naughty Quantum Robot!Stuart Hameroff - manuscript
    Stuart Hameroff, M.D., is a doctor of medicine, a professor of anesthesiology and psychology, as well as associate director of the Center for Consciousness Studies at University of Arizona. Through a collaboration with mathematical physicist, Prof Sir Roger Penrose, Prof Hameroff is leading the assault on mainstream thinking about the human mind and how it is that we come to be. Forget space exploration. Forget biotechnology. Forget nanobots. Forget sea monkeys. The final frontier of science is reading this article (...)
     
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