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  • Most of the seven new vehicles will have computer-controlled steering and suspensions systems that adjust on the fly to provide a sporty or comfy ride, depending on how the car is being driven.

    Ford Aims to Breathe Life Into Lincoln

  • Built by reader "Kevin" for a contest, this computer-controlled alarm clock is touted as the world's largest.

    Boing Boing

  • This class of computer-controlled cameras is typically used to measure the light from distant stars and galaxies in astrophysical research.

    The Sacred Promise

  • All of which is to say that running an advanced, computer-controlled machine is extremely hard.

    Martin Ford: The Jobs of the Future -- Or Not

  • Could something similar be done with computer-controlled machine tools -- so that perhaps dozens of machines are controlled by advanced software that incorporates artificial intelligence, eliminating the need for individual operators?

    Martin Ford: The Jobs of the Future -- Or Not

  • Luke runs computer-controlled "Gildemeister" machines, which cut precision parts used in fuel injectors:

    Martin Ford: The Jobs of the Future -- Or Not

  • Local anesthesia can sometimes be delivered with electricity from outside the mouth, or with computer-controlled devices that regulate the flow of anesthetic.

    More Dentists Taking Pains to Win Back Fearful Patients

  • But they have added a modern twist to new Nordic cuisine: While that movement extols the unique pleasures of Scandinavian soil, Mr. Sohlberg's farm uses a 3,000-square-foot hydroponic greenhouse that he and some farmhands built themselves; inside grow herbs, lettuces, cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers in nutrient-saturated, computer-controlled water.

    Taste of Scandinavia, via Catskills

  • At a Rolls factory on the remote Norwegian island of Hareidlandet, workers program computer-controlled machine tools to sculpt blades for thruster pods that can hold a massive ship stationary in churning waters.

    Rolls-Royce Powers Ahead in High-Wage Countries

  • Elsewhere there are rainbows, love hearts and computer-controlled pig brains.

    This week's new exhibitions

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