[book]I started and finished reading Michael Crichtonâ€™s Prey this weekend, which will give you some idea of how good it was. It was not as scary as Richard Prestonâ€™s The Demon in the Freezer: A True Story, but it was not really meant to be. Overall, the story was well-paced and engrossing, but not quite as good as my favorite recent Crichton, Timeline.
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One of the fascinating uses of nanotechnology in Prey was a swarm of nanomachines that could work together to form essentially an electronic eye, to be used in medical imaging or surveillance. Although not expressed in nanotech:
See Linux Powers Airborne Robots at Wired News.