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A brief presentation of some key concepts of information theory, complex systems, and evolutionary models as applied to technological evolution. Explains the informational nature of technologies as artefacts, the effects of interdependency (epistatic connections) on problem solvability, and makes some preliminary hypotheses about scarcityinduced innovation.
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