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Neural networks are demonstrating profound leaps in their abilities when they're tasked with open exploration instead of a narrowly focused goal.
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Americans are as polarized as they've ever been. Could the problem be that we're caring for each other too much?
The new movie in the franchise is too focused on trying to top the previous films.
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Some people are so passionate about doing their own shifting, they keep manual transmissions in cars converted to run on electric power.
Computational biologist Laura Boykin says scientists are “asleep at the wheel”; activist Malkia Devich-Cyril says citizens also need to pressure technology companies to change.
The UC Berkeley professor talks about using algorithms to make it safer for robots and people to cross paths.
An interactive art exhibit at WIRED25 explores the ways technology may expose—or obscure—the details of our lives.
If he simply told companies that new employee orientation programs were valuable they would blow him off. So he resorts to violence.
Memphis Meats' lab-grown flesh approach is still far off, but Impossible Foods' plant-based approach is already on the menu at Burger King.
The CEO spoke with WIRED’s editor in chief about the pros and cons of replacing in-person workplace conversations with messaging software.
For the second year in a row, researchers from the developing world have been denied visas to a major AI conference in Canada.
Hiding like counts is just the latest step in Instagram’s quest to become the safest place on the internet.