By the year 2010, scientists predict we will be immersed in a sea of miniature computers.

Many of us carry three or four digital devices with us, according to Simon Moore of Cambridge University’s Computer Laboratory, but soon that figure will be in the hundreds.

“They’ll be woven into our clothing as identification markers during manufacture,” he said.

“They might tell your washing machine what cycle to use, or monitor bio-signs to alert us to impending illness.”

Those predictions came at the launch of the Cambridge-MIT Institute’s Pervasive Computing initiative (CMI).

It is part of a transatlantic collaboration between…

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