Magnetic resonance force microscopy

Magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM) is an imaging technique that acquires magnetic resonance images (MRI) at nanometer scales, and possibly at atomic scales in the future.

IBM and Stanford combined ultrasensitive magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM) with 3D image reconstruction to achieve magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with resolution

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  1. Automation and displacement should not disenfranchise people from the economy. Just like in 1800s and the early 1900s when what is the developed world now went from 80% people working as farmers to 80% not working as farmers and now less than 5% working as farmers. It enabled people to have all of the jobs and economy that exists today. Companies that kept everyone as farmers are poor.

  2. Again I’ll probably get targeted as a communist, but if all the production gains do is serve to disenfranchise more people from the economy, or the wealth is distributed to a sole few, is it really worth it?
    I think if the disparity continues like it does today, you’ll see mass social upheaval, possibly the actual re-emergence of socialist/communist parties. The real issue is the social contract.

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