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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.
At the WIRED25 festival in San Francisco, three of the *Juliana v. the United States* plaintiffs talk about suing the government to force it to save us from climate doom.
At WIRED25, the ex-chief product officer talks about why he left the social media company and his new work on climate and progressive politics.
Josh Edelson’s photograph of downtown Los Angeles haloed in smoke forces the viewer to accept the consequences of climate change.
At WIRED25 the internet infrastructure chief talks about doing the hard calculus of pulling support from controversial sites—and why that’ll happen again.
At WIRED25, the startup founder talks about her “new privacy paradigm” and how it could protect personal data, and keep it anonymous.
In a conversation at WIRED25, the online payments CEO talks about cryptocurrency, government regulation, the housing crisis, and doing business in China.
FaZe Jarvis got kicked off of the game after posting a video that showed him cheating.
At WIRED25, the NSA's Anne Neuberger talked election security, low-orbit satellites, and weaponized autonomous drones.
The professional networking site won’t police misinformation generally, he says, to avoid inserting itself into messy user debates about the truth.
The cofounder of the messaging service and the current chair of the Signal Foundation talks about the proliferation of end-to-end encryption in personal communications.
On this week’s podcast, we talk about the Facebook rebrand, Google buying Fitbit, and what happens when big brands take over small, disparate products.
We found math-filled and science-rich books, puzzles, coding kits, and more for the little STEAM-heads in your life.
A government panel wants officials to build better cycling infrastructure, but its call to mandate helmets is already rankling cyclingadvocates.
The search engine Ecosia is trying to slow climate change by funneling profits into organizations that plant trees in deforested areas.
France is moving to crack down on scooter sharing, but questions linger about how micromobility affects cities and citizens.
A new data set on the popularity of emoji reveals a problem with Unicode's approval process, along with a way to fix it.
Single-purpose quantum computers are helping physicists build simulations of nature's greatest hits and observe them up close.
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