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Reporting on important technologies and innovators since 1899

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How Much of the Solar System Should Be Designated Wilderness?

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Deepfakes Have Got Congress Panicking. This Is What It Needs to Do.

With the election approaching, lawmakers are facing up to the fact they need to do something about the explosion in manipulated media

Facebook’s AI System Can Speak With Bill Gates’s Voice

The company’s AI researchers have developed a speech synthesizer capable of copying anybody’s voice with uncanny accuracy

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How a Town Destroyed by Fire Is Trying to Make Itself Fireproof

Can a town like Paradise, California, ever be truly safe in the era of climate change?

The Ambitious Plan to Make the Internet’s Phone Book More Trustworthy

The domain name system is vulnerable to censorship and hacking. Blockchain could help.

How a Quantum Computer Could Break 2048-Bit RSA Encryption in 8 Hours

A new study shows that quantum technology will catch up with today’s encryption standards much sooner than expected. That should worry…

Cancer? This Researcher Says He Can See It in Your Blood.

Another large-scale effort is underway to develop a doctor’s-office test to find cancer in people with no symptoms

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