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Saturday December 9, 2023. 02:00 PM
In a dark, unexplored layer of ocean, a hidden cache of fish might play an unexpected role in our climate’s future. It seems like a bad time for a new fishery.
Whether you’re picking up a last-minute gift or treating yourself, now’s a great time to snag some headphones on sale.
The European Union agreed on terms of the AI Act, a major new set of rules that will govern the building and use of AI and have major implications for Google, OpenAI, and others racing to develop AI systems.
Friday December 8, 2023. 06:35 PM
The one-time gene editing fix is meant to halt debilitating pain crises for sickle cell patients, who formerly could only be cured with a risky stem cell transplant.
Author Steven Johnson helped Google create an app that can analyze a writer’s research material and help them extract and explore the key themes. Maybe too well.
Announced at the 2023 Game Awards, Den of Wolves is a new kind of co-op heist game from the minds behind PayDay.
Thursday December 7, 2023. 11:54 PM
Our San Francisco event features two stages, over a dozen panels and demos, and a full celebration of 30 years of WIRED.
Videos featuring Elijah Wood, Mike Tyson, and Priscilla Presley have been edited to push anti-Ukraine disinformation, according to Microsoft researchers.
Mark Zuckerberg personally promised that the privacy feature would launch by default on Messenger and Instagram chat. WIRED goes behind the scenes of the company’s colossal effort to get it right.
A new AI model from Google—called Gemini—is fresh competition for OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The AI rivals are now working on even more radical ideas.
From headphones and speakers to accessories for their vinyl LPs, these picks will appeal to any audio aficionado.
Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy boosted multiple far-right conspiracy theories during the GOP debate on Wednesday night, in a dangerous mainstreaming of once-fringe claims.
Here are plenty of gift ideas for your favorite bookworm, from tech to cozy accessories.
If you’ve been searching for the perfect personal-item travel bag, Tom Bihn’s convertible travel briefcase is a strong contender.
This week, we talk about the quest to make texting between mobile platforms more seamless. Will it make things better, or will it further erode our humanity?
The idea of sprinkling rock dust on farmland to soak up atmospheric carbon will be tested at large scale, thanks to a $57 million purchase from corporations including Stripe and Alphabet.
An ingestible “digital pill” that measures heart rate and breathing from inside the stomach could detect the warning signs of sleep apnea, cardiac distress, and even opioid overdoses.
Methane hydrate is an ice-like substance you can set on fire. Now scientists have found that more of it may be in danger of melting—and releasing powerful greenhouse gas—than previously realized.
The Authors Guild and other artists’ groups say that it's unfair to train AI algorithms on their work without permission. Tech companies generally argue that it counts as “fair use.”
The board is going to look at two posts removed for violating Meta’s policies against sharing graphic imagery and depicting dangerous organizations and individuals.
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