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News - August 24, 2012

Where science fiction meets reality

At Singularity University, quirky ideas see the light of day

by Chris Kenrick

An ardent belief that technology can solve the world's greatest problems defines the 80 students of Singularity University, who graduated at NASA Research Park on Saturday, Aug. 18, after 10 weeks spent brainstorming ideas to "positively affect the lives of a billion people within a decade."

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