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Researchers Call for More Humanity in Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence Has a Strange New Muse: Our Sense of Smell

wired.com     3+ week ago

AI Is the Future—But Where Are the Women?

wired.com     2+ mon ago

At DefCon, the Biggest Election Threat Is Lack of Funding

wired.com     2+ mon ago

A Tweet About Hacking Gets a Google Engineer in Trouble

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Gadget Lab Podcast: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9, and That Bizarre Smart Home Speak...

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Hackable Touchscreens Could Spy on Hotel Rooms and Meetings

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Millions of Android Devices Are Vulnerable Right Out of the Box

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Machine Learning Can Identify the Authors of Anonymous Code

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Spike Lee Is at His Searing Best With 'BlacKkKlansman'

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Watch a sporty AI teach itself how to dribble better than you can

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The Fox Stands Alone, and the Rest of the Week in Games

wired.com     2+ mon ago

How NASA Will Watch the 2018 Perseid Meteor Shower

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Maybe MoviePass Shouldn't Compare Itself to Uber

wired.com     2+ mon ago

This Solar Probe Is Built to Survive a Brush With the Sun

wired.com     2+ mon ago

How Big Is the Alt Right? Inside My Futile Quest to Count

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The President Wants a Space Force. He Might Get One.

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Bugs in Mobile Credit Card Readers Could Expose Buyers

wired.com     2+ mon ago

When Twitter Engineers Speak Out, @Jack Listens

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The Sinclair/Tribune Merger Is Dead

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Native Tribes Are Taking Fire Control Into Their Own Hands

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Hacking a Brand New Mac Remotely, Right Out of the Box

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Smartphone Voting Is Happening, But No One Knows If It's Safe

wired.com     2+ mon ago

A New Pacemaker Hack Puts Malware Directly on the Device

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Samsung Targets Big-Phone Obsessives With the Galaxy Note 9

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Discord's Not Just for Chat Anymore—It's for Buying Games, Too

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Twitter Fact-Checking Won't Free Us From Our Baseless Convictions

wired.com     2+ mon ago

What Termites Teach Us About Robot Cooperation

wired.com     2+ mon ago

HBO Takes A Radical Leap Forward With 'Random Acts of Flyness'

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Chicago's 'Wild Mile' Is a Habitat Made Almost Entirely From Scratch

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The Strange David and Goliath Saga of Radio Frequencies

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The Sensors That Power Smart Cities Are a Hacker's Dream

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Watch Samsung Unveil the New Galaxy Note 9 Smartphone

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Online Stock Trading Has Serious Security Holes

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Patreon Makes a Move as Tech Giants Encroach on Its Territory

wired.com     2+ mon ago

So you want to engineer the climate? Our crops may not take too kindly to that.....

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Scientists Take a Harder Look at Genetic Engineering of Human Embryos

wired.com     2+ mon ago

The Tight-Lipped Drivers Steering Tokyo's Taxis

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Meet Anki's adorable new home robot, Vector. It's got a real tough road ahead of...

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When Bots Teach Themselves to Cheat

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Inside Magic Leap’s Quest to Remake Itself as an Ordinary Company (With a Real...

wired.com     2+ mon ago

You Can Learn Everything Online Except for the Things You Can't

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Save Sarah Jeong! And Kevin Williamson, Quinn Norton, and Joy Reid Too

wired.com     2+ mon ago

Lenovo Proves Google Assistant Is Ready to Show Off

wired.com     2+ mon ago

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