The small but boisterous slice of Twitter that‘s preoccupied with politics imagines @jack, the author of our collective Twitter being, as all-powerful. He‘s not.
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Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis discuss their inspirations, personal experiences, and what keeps them up at night.
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The European Space Agency wants to make sure its new astronaut class is more diverse. But it will take redesigned gear to make space accessible to everybody.
After decades of staying out of industrial policy, a Pentagon-appointed commission recommends more spending on research and support for US chip makers.
‘Eventually, the Americans would find them. But by then it would be too late.‘
Instagram is finally giving creators their most requested feature-which the company hopes will make it a more dynamic destination for viewers.
Female journalists around the world are telling important stories, in spite of the danger of harassment or attack. This month focuses on their cases.
One couple living in Yangon explain the impact of the military coup‘s terrifying censorship measures.
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It‘s not just about penalizing the former president. It‘s about protecting democracy-in the US and around the world.
AI programs that analyze language have difficulty gauging context. Words such as ‘black,‘ ‘white,‘ and ‘attack" can have different meanings.
Fighting the pandemic isn‘t only about vaccines and drugs. It‘s about understanding how viruses mutate and change inside us, and among us.
In The Empathy Diaries, the pioneering computer researcher finally studies her own life. She tells WIRED why now was the right time.
The transparency group DDoSecrets says it will make the 70GB of passwords, private posts, and more available to researchers, journalists, and social scientists.
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Section 230 faces countless reform efforts. But a look back reminds us that categorical content bans often come at the expense of marginalized groups.
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Twenty years ago, physicists began investigating a mysterious asymmetry inside the proton. Their results show how antimatter helps stabilize every atom‘s core.
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The scammers turned savants and the whimsical nerds who abound on the audio platform have freed me of personal doubt.