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What if you could fax someone a real, three-dimensional object? The solution might come in the form of programmable matter – a material that takes on predetermined shapes and can change its configuration on demand. We’re already seeing early prototypes coming from Carnegie Mellon and Intel in the form of “claytronics.” So what’s in store for this technology, and why should we be excited about it?

Presidente de la Academia Mexicana de Derecho Informático, A.C. Socio fundador de Lex Informática. Profesor de Derecho Informático, Propiedad Intelectual y Protección de Datos Personales en el ITESM, la Universidad Panamericana e INFOTEC.