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For three years, WIRED has tracked the elite and shadowy Russian vanguard of cyberwar.
It also warns that AI-enhanced national security apparatus like autonomous weapons and surveillance systems will raise ethical questions.
Scientists have tried contacting extraterrestrials with a number of bespoke linguistic systems. But we might be better off using our own languages.
The so-called Silicon Valley candidate has a habit of ripping the tech industry, but his message is catching on, he’s flush with cash, and he’s positioned to survive deep into the primaries.
The pricey plug-in hybrid is a little retro and a whole lot of fun to drive.
Today's brand redesign is supposed to remind you that “Facebook” is a family of apps, with a future beyond Big Blue.
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Twitter's plan to get rid of them will only make things worse.
By pointing lasers tuned to a precise frequency at a smart assistant, researchers could force it to unlock cars, open garage doors, and more.
Meanwhile, *Terminator: Dark Fate* met a bad end at the box office and *Avatar* is coming to Disney\+.
The VSCO girls who rise to the top of my feed are a new version of an enduring image of piousness and demureness as the ultimate ambition.
The company will allow its cloud customers to tap quantum computers made by Honeywell and two startups.
'Game of Thrones' showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have walked away from the trilogy they were supposed to make.
Today the president can start formally withdrawing from the Paris climate pact. The biggest loser may be the US, some experts say.
Blockchain tech enables systems where no one is in charge, and keeps them secure. But it's compute-intensive and slow, a hurdle for applications like payments.
Hippos need water to survive, and water is disappearing, leading to growing social unrest among the beasts.
The author's new memoir, a masterpiece of genre-bending and -blending, shines all kinds of magical lights on a difficult, ignored subject.
A man thought he had swallowed the balloon-wrapped marijuana he was smuggling. He hadn’t.
Cryptocurrency mining now uses more of the Nordic island nation's electricity than its homes.