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Tuesday September 18, 2018. 12:00 PM
The Pinterest cofounder wants to give people control over their dreams of the future.
A WIRED retro item, from the 25th anniversary issue.
The Oculus founder on virtual reality, defense tech, biohacking an injured toe.
The sky delivery service scales up.
The tech luminary shares his lofty ideals.
Special Issue: For 25 years, technology has turned the world upside down and inside out. Now the icons of the digital revolution tell us who will shake up the next 25.
Jennifer Doudna says the next generation of biologists will be our first line of defense against Crispr gone wild.
Napster cofounder Sean Parker and biologist Alex Marson on the coming power of Crispr.
At 79, Stewart Brand, the man who was wired before WIRED, still sizzles and sparks when he talks about the future.
Technology’s potential is unbounded, says Fei-Fei Li. But only if you put people at the center.
Street photographer Michelle Groskopf crisscrossed the country to photograph icons from Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg.
Status update: We are all now sci-fi telepaths, deafened by the blaring thoughts of humanity.
Instagram's Kevin Systrom discusses equality and technology with Karlie Kloss, the founder of Kode With Klossy
SETI Institute cofounder Jill Tarter doesn’t want her former intern to forget about intelligent aliens.
We had the fervor of true believers, devout advocates of the technology movement. Then technology won.
A WIRED retro item from the 25th-anniversary issue.
In a rare interview, Tim Millet, Apple's leading chip architect, describes building artificial intelligence into the new A12 processor.
Elon Musk introduced the Japanese billionaire as the mystery passenger who booked a trip to the moon aboard SpaceX's BFR rocket, along with a half-dozen artists he plans to invite.
Starting at $74,500 and offering 248(ish) miles of range, the E-tron is here to do battle with Tesla and every other automaker crowding into the luxury electric market.
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