Category: News, MIT Technology Review

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We’d have more quantum computers if it weren’t so hard to find the damn cables

We’d have more quantum computers if it weren’t so hard...

Quantum machines will deliver the next great leap forward in computing, but researchers...

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The day I tasted climate change

The day I tasted climate change

Every one of us will have a moment when global warming gets personal.

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Seven New Year’s resolutions for Big Tech in 2019

Seven New Year’s resolutions for Big Tech in 2019

2018 was a no good, very bad year for Silicon Valley. Here’s some of the things...

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The Reunion: a new science-fiction story about surveillance in China

The Reunion: a new science-fiction story about surveillance...

Technology is making people unhinged and violent. Can an algorithm stop them?

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Never mind killer robots—here are six real AI dangers to watch out for in 2019

Never mind killer robots—here are six real AI dangers to...

Last year a string of controversies revealed a darker (and dumber) side to artificial...

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Hate lawyers? Can’t afford one? Blockchain smart contracts are here to help.

Hate lawyers? Can’t afford one? Blockchain smart contracts...

Mainstream online legal services are getting serious about using crypto to automate...

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China launched more rockets into orbit in 2018 than any other country

China launched more rockets into orbit in 2018 than any...

And in the next few years it plans to launch the world’s biggest space telescope,...

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Inside Shenzhen’s race to outdo Silicon Valley

Inside Shenzhen’s race to outdo Silicon Valley

Shenzhen flooded the world with cheap gadgets. Can it now become what Silicon Valley...

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Years before CRISPR babies, this man was the first to edit human embryos

Years before CRISPR babies, this man was the first to edit...

In 2015, an unknown Chinese scientist edited the DNA of human embryos. It was a...

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China’s losing its taste for nuclear power. That’s bad news.

China’s losing its taste for nuclear power. That’s bad...

Once nuclear’s strongest booster, China is growing wary about its cost and safety.

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Why robots helped Donald Trump win

Why robots helped Donald Trump win

Toledo has more robots per worker than any other US city. They’re producing a healthy...

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Four questions Silicon Valley should expect from Capitol Hill

Four questions Silicon Valley should expect from Capitol...

And one fundamental question that should underlie tomorrow’s Congressional testimony.

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From rust belt to robot belt: Turning AI into jobs in the US heartland

From rust belt to robot belt: Turning AI into jobs in the...

Artificial intelligence is offering an amazing opportunity to increase prosperity,...

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The politics of angst in Robot City, USA

The politics of angst in Robot City, USA

Toledo has more robots per worker than any other US city. They’re producing a healthy...

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California advances an ambitious climate policy that should be a model for the world

California advances an ambitious climate policy that should...

The state is on the verge of passing a rule requiring 100 percent of its electricity...

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Crowdsourcing the hunt for software bugs is a booming business—and a risky one

Crowdsourcing the hunt for software bugs is a booming business—and...

Freelance cybersleuths can help companies find flaws in their code. But the bug...

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