Queen of Angels by Greg Bear:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This novel is set in a near future (~2048) Earth; nanotechnology has transformed society. New therapies are available to virtually guarantee the creation of a large class of worker bees. Murder is almost unheard of, and when it occurs, only the best are chosen to solve the crime - "high naturals" - untherapied individuals. Great read. Select an invention:

Dustmice - tiny robot detectives

Eloi - long lifers

Home Manager - AI + Franklin Planner

Live Carpet - sensor fibers are self-cleaning

Monomol Mesh Armor - chain (molecule) mail

 

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