By: Kevin Kelly
521 pages, no illustrations
The most complex system we know of is nature. But humans are now beginning to build machines and systems that rival nature's complexity. This much discussed book chronicles the dawn of the new era in which the adaptability and autonomy of living organisms becomes the model for human-made systems and machines.
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