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Monday May 13, 2019. 01:00 PM
Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom says technology often has unintended consequences, and that we may have to choose between totalitarianism and annihilation.
Google's Geoff Hinton was a pioneer in researching the neural networks that now underlie much of artificial intelligence. He persevered when few others agreed.
Los Angeles and other cities want detailed data on the shared scooters on their streets. Uber, Lyft and other companies fear a Trojan horse that could affect ride-hailing.
In a prestigious math competition earlier this year, contestants ran the numbers on raising dragons.
Sunday May 12, 2019. 03:00 PM
Despite the best efforts of Steven Mnuchin, Congress is still out to get the president's financial records.
A decade after it was founded, Uber went public. Its shares fell almost 8% on their first day of trading.
Our favorite white noise and sleep sound machines for babies, kids, and adults. Tested by WIRED's Gear team.
A new experiment confirms the existence of superionic ice, a black and hot form of water that might make up the bulk of giant icy planets.
Once you give your email to any Square vendor, you are defaulted into receiving automated receipts and promotions from every participating Square vendor you visit.
Saturday May 11, 2019. 03:15 PM
Facial recognition run amok, antivirus hacks, and more of the week's top security news.
The film uses a lot of smart tricks to look like a big-budget film even though it isn't one.
The first wire-free Beats are some of the best workout buds you can buy.
The ruling that Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya will need to take testosterone suppressants is already affecting other runners.
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The former Facebook employee says the government should break up the company and then comprehensively regulate it. The only problem: It might not be enough.
Friday May 10, 2019. 08:04 PM
It’s software conference season! In the latest Gadget Lab podcast, the team shares their takeaways from Facebook F8, Microsoft Build, and Google I/O.
For years, China was rumored to be behind the health insurance company's massive data breach, but now the Justice Department is noticeably silent on the hackers' motives and affiliation.
The YA drama about power and privilege is ambitious, but it leans too heavily on tropes.
Work Sharp's sharpener, with its flexible belts, puts a fine edge on your everyday kitchen blades.
Uber is scheduled to go public Friday, at an initial valuation of $82 billion, the largest for an IPO since 2014. But its future may rest on eliminating drivers.
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