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the man selling virtual reality to china
your guide to what matters today
climate data preservation efforts mount as trump takes office
president trump takes immediate aim at obama’s climate action plan
the president’s new smartphone
fda mulls tighter regulation of gene-edited animals
data mining solves the mystery of your slow wi-fi connection
ai software learns to make ai software
voice analysis tech could diagnose disease
what's important in technology and innovation, delivered to you every day.
one man’s quest to hack his own genes
the pentagon’s innovation experiment
ghana’s last mile
new u.k. surveillance law will have worldwide implications
will science have a seat at president trump’s table?
the business of blockchain: a new mit technology review conference
alexa gives amazon a powerful data advantage
the tiny robots revolutionizing eye surgery
robot cars can learn to drive without leaving the garage
digitally unequal
this $500 tablet brings words to blind users’ fingertips
questionable “young blood” transfusions offered in u.s. as anti-aging remedy
january/february 2017
the unacceptable persistence of the digital divide
if only ai could save us from ourselves
meet the world’s first completely soft robot
social media is killing discourse because it’s too much like tv
mining 24 hours a day with robots
closing the digital divide isn’t easy—but we have to try
artificial intelligence is changing every business. don't be left behind.
emtech digital separates fact from hype—giving you the business intelligence you need in this rapidly shifting landscape.
the cancer lottery
rejuvenating the chance of motherhood?
google’s long, strange life-span trip
robotics
the tiny robots revolutionizing eye surgery
new patents hint that amazon and google each have plans to compete with uber
in davos, the police will disarm your drone in a heartbeat
emerging trend analysis: what is digital performance management?
leading innovation: the challenge of leadership in digital transformation
the connected city: trends and developments driving smart city innovation
the digital economy: disruption, transformation, opportunity
50 smartest companies 2016
energy
president trump takes immediate aim at obama’s climate action plan
climate data preservation efforts mount as trump takes office
geoengineering gets green light from federal scientists
you can be part of the discussion.
insider premium subscribers are invited to join insider conversations as our editors interview technologists and entrepreneurs to discuss some of the most important stories happening today.
trend roundup: data storage and the cloud
video: 5 data-center hyperconvergence myths
rejoice, disorganized workers: this smart cloud looks after your files for you
your car’s sensors are about to shorten your commute
innovations, ideas, and insights
a secure model of iot with blockchain
the future of artificial intelligence and cybernetics
the ethics of human enhancement
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how an american animator became a guiding force in china’s bubbling vr scene.
universities host hackathons to save environmental information amid fears the trump administration will scrub data that undercuts its views.
shortly after donald trump took office, climate change and clean energy disappeared from the white house website.
donald trump has been forced to hand over his old phone for a more secure device—which might make tweeting a little harder.
the regulator has suggested that it treat every edit of an animal’s genome like a new drug, but some scientists think it could slow progress.
chinese researchers have worked out the reasons for why wi-fi can take so long to connect.
google and others think software that learns to learn could take over some work done by ai experts.
researchers enlist smartphones and machine learning to find vocal patterns that might signal post-traumatic stress disorder or even heart disease.
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when brian hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself.
the u.s. department of defense founded a kind of startup in silicon valley to accelerate the development and acquisition of new technologies useful to the military. but will it survive president trump?
innovative african e-tailers are offering sought-after goods to the continent’s growing ­middle class. but logistical challenges must be worked out delivery by delivery.
even if you don’t live in britain, the u.k.’s new “snooper’s charter” is worth watching. it could inspire other democratic nations to adopt aggressive surveillance policies.
every president since fdr has had a science advisor. trump has yet to name one or indicate leading candidates.
our one-day conference will explore the opportunities and challenges associated with blockchains.
millions of people talking with alexa could help amazon fight off google in the home voice assistant market.
machines that are capable of making precise operations inside the human eye will make it possible to perform entirely new procedures.
playing video games and surfing google street view can teach software a lot about driving.
poor areas have lousy internet. here’s what trump can do to help them.
the first of its kind, the device will include a touch screen and 14-line braille display.
a startup called ambrosia will fill your veins with the blood of young people and empty your pockets of $8,000.
from our current issue
inside the quest to slow aging, extend fertility, and defeat cancer.
millions of americans lack broadband access and computer skills. can president trump bring them into the digital economy?
google has an ambitious plan to use artificial intelligence to weed out abusive comments and defang online mobs. the technology isn’t up to that challenge—but it will help the internet’s best-behaving communities function better.
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researchers use an ingenious design to make a soft robot that moves on its own.
we need more text and fewer videos and memes in the age of trump.
mining companies are rolling out autonomous trucks, drills, and trains, which will boost efficiency but also reduce the need for human employees.
the poorest people, who might benefit most from internet access, are often the least likely to have it.
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finding telltale mutations in tumors and targeting those cancers with precisely selected drugs is the newest front in the war on cancer. now researchers just have to figure out why it doesn’t work for everyone.
an audacious startup thinks it can give 40-ish women a better shot at having children. should desperate would-be parents believe it?
why does a mole rat live 30 years but a mouse only three? with $1.5 billion in the bank, google’s anti-aging spinout calico is rich enough to find out.
machines that are capable of making precise operations inside the human eye will make it possible to perform entirely new procedures.
the tech giants both want a slice of the ride-hailer’s automated taxi and trucking vision, and they have their own ideas to prove it.
the world economic forum event is policed with drone-jamming devices to stop would-be terror threats and the paparazzi.
organizations serious about gaining—and maintaining—competitive advantage must optimize their digital customer experience. this introduction to dpm explains how this emerging approach can provide serious business value.



explore the 50 smartest companies in depth, including the full list and stories that examine the opportunities for small companies going big and the challenges facing big companies fending off the newcomers.
shortly after donald trump took office, climate change and clean energy disappeared from the white house website.
universities host hackathons to save environmental information amid fears the trump administration will scrub data that undercuts its views.
for the first time, funding from the u.s. government may be spent on man-made approaches to ease climate change.
hyperconvergence can simplify your data center and increase its agility. this short video from collection sponsor lenovo addresses common misconceptions about the infrastructure, such as its impact, cost, and deployment time.
the storage company box ratchets up its competition with dropbox.
mapping company here aims to crowdsource data from cars’ on-board sensors and use it to alert drivers or autonomous vehicles to conditions on the road ahead.
the internet of things is a fast-growing, increasingly complex network of connected devices. this excerpt from an open mind article touches on blockchain as a way of securing this new ecosystem.
in this article excerpt, a british researcher discusses why ai and cybernetics are moving beyond the realm of science fiction—but warns that the technologies also raise significant ethical questions.
recent scientific advancements increasingly allow humans to improve everything from memory to appearance. but those capabilities come with questions about how they should be used, and who should make those decisions.
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practical robots
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the man selling virtual reality to china

how an american animator became a guiding force in china’s bubbling vr scene.

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yiting sun /profile/yiting-sun/
- /s/603218/the-man-selling-virtual-reality-to-china/

climate data preservation efforts mount as trump takes office

universities host hackathons to save environmental information amid fears the trump administration will scrub data that undercuts its views.

/s/603402/climate-data-preservation-efforts-mount-as-trump-takes-office/
james temple /profile/james-temple/

president trump takes immediate aim at obama’s climate action plan

shortly after donald trump took office, climate change and clean energy disappeared from the white house website.

/s/603418/president-trump-takes-immediate-aim-at-obamas-climate-action-plan/
james temple /profile/james-temple/

the president’s new smartphone

donald trump has been forced to hand over his old phone for a more secure device—which might make tweeting a little harder.

/s/603413/the-presidents-new-smartphone/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/

fda mulls tighter regulation of gene-edited animals

the regulator has suggested that it treat every edit of an animal’s genome like a new drug, but some scientists think it could slow progress.

/s/603412/fda-mulls-tighter-regulation-of-gene-edited-animals/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/

data mining solves the mystery of your slow wi-fi connection

chinese researchers have worked out the reasons for why wi-fi can take so long to connect.

/s/603414/data-mining-solves-the-mystery-of-your-slow-wi-fi-connection/
emerging technology from the arxiv /profile/emerging-technology-from-the-arxiv/

ai software learns to make ai software

google and others think software that learns to learn could take over some work done by ai experts.

/s/603381/ai-software-learns-to-make-ai-software/
tom simonite /profile/tom-simonite/

voice analysis tech could diagnose disease

researchers enlist smartphones and machine learning to find vocal patterns that might signal post-traumatic stress disorder or even heart disease.

/s/603200/voice-analysis-tech-could-diagnose-disease/
emily mullin /profile/emily-mullin/
gene editing /t/gene-editing/

one man’s quest to hack his own genes

when brian hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself.

/s/603217/one-mans-quest-to-hack-his-own-genes/
antonio regalado /profile/antonio-regalado/
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funding commercialization /t/funding-commercialization/
the pentagon’s innovation experiment /s/603084/the-pentagons-innovation-experiment/
the u.s. department of defense founded a kind of startup in silicon valley to accelerate the development and acquisition of new technologies useful to the military. but will it survive president trump? /s/603084/the-pentagons-innovation-experiment/
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innovation strategies /t/innovation-strategies/
ghana’s last mile /s/603086/ghanas-last-mile/
innovative african e-tailers are offering sought-after goods to the continent’s growing ­middle class. but logistical challenges must be worked out delivery by delivery. /s/603086/ghanas-last-mile/
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security and privacy /t/security-and-privacy/
new u.k. surveillance law will have worldwide implications /s/603383/new-uk-surveillance-law-will-have-worldwide-implications/
even if you don’t live in britain, the u.k.’s new “snooper’s charter” is worth watching. it could inspire other democratic nations to adopt aggressive surveillance policies. /s/603383/new-uk-surveillance-law-will-have-worldwide-implications/
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innovation strategies /t/innovation-strategies/
will science have a seat at president trump’s table? /s/603350/will-science-have-a-seat-at-president-trumps-table/
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business /c/business/
the business of blockchain: a new mit technology review conference /s/603401/the-business-of-blockchain-a-new-mit-technology-review-conference/

our one-day conference will explore the opportunities and challenges associated with blockchains.

/s/603401/the-business-of-blockchain-a-new-mit-technology-review-conference/
internet of things /t/internet-of-things/
alexa gives amazon
a powerful data advantage
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practical robots /t/practical-robots/
the tiny robots revolutionizing eye surgery /s/603289/the-tiny-robots-revolutionizing-eye-surgery/
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automated cars /t/automated-cars/
robot cars can learn to drive without leaving the garage /s/603007/robot-cars-can-learn-to-drive-without-leaving-the-garage/
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internet access /t/internet-access/
digitally unequal /s/603057/digitally-unequal/

poor areas have lousy internet. here’s what trump can do to help them.

/s/603057/digitally-unequal/
internet of things /t/internet-of-things/
this $500 tablet brings words to blind users’ fingertips /s/603336/this-500-tablet-brings-words-to-blind-users-fingertips/
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genomic medicine /t/genomic-medicine/
questionable “young blood” transfusions offered in u.s. as anti-aging remedy /s/603242/questionable-young-blood-transfusions-offered-in-us-as-anti-aging-remedy/
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january/february 2017

inside the quest to slow aging, extend fertility, and defeat cancer.

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the unacceptable persistence of the digital divide /s/603083/the-unacceptable-persistence-of-the-digital-divide/
millions of americans lack broadband access and computer skills. can president trump bring them into the digital economy? /s/603083/the-unacceptable-persistence-of-the-digital-divide/
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/s/603083/the-unacceptable-persistence-of-the-digital-divide/
if only ai could save us from ourselves /s/603072/if-only-ai-could-save-us-from-ourselves/
google has an ambitious plan to use artificial intelligence to weed out abusive comments and defang online mobs. the technology isn’t up to that challenge—but it will help the internet’s best-behaving communities function better. /s/603072/if-only-ai-could-save-us-from-ourselves/
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/s/603072/if-only-ai-could-save-us-from-ourselves/
robot breakthroughs /t/robot-breakthroughs/

meet the world’s first completely soft robot

researchers use an ingenious design to make a soft robot that moves on its own.

/s/603046/meet-the-worlds-first-completely-soft-robot/
julia sklar /profile/julia-sklar/
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social networking /t/social-networking/
social media is killing discourse because it’s too much like tv /s/602981/social-media-is-killing-discourse-because-its-too-much-like-tv/
we need more text and fewer videos and memes in the age of trump. /s/602981/social-media-is-killing-discourse-because-its-too-much-like-tv/
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/s/602981/social-media-is-killing-discourse-because-its-too-much-like-tv/
practical robots /t/practical-robots/
mining 24 hours a day with robots /s/603170/mining-24-hours-a-day-with-robots/
mining companies are rolling out autonomous trucks, drills, and trains, which will boost efficiency but also reduce the need for human employees. /s/603170/mining-24-hours-a-day-with-robots/
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/s/603170/mining-24-hours-a-day-with-robots/
business
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closing the digital divide isn’t easy—but we have to try /s/603061/closing-the-digital-divide-isnt-easy-but-we-have-to-try/
the poorest people, who might benefit most from internet access, are often the least likely to have it. /s/603061/closing-the-digital-divide-isnt-easy-but-we-have-to-try/
jason pontin /profile/jason-pontin/
genomic medicine /t/genomic-medicine/

the cancer lottery

finding telltale mutations in tumors and targeting those cancers with precisely selected drugs is the newest front in the war on cancer. now researchers just have to figure out why it doesn’t work for everyone.

/s/603082/the-cancer-lottery/
stephen s. hall /profile/stephen-s-hall/
- /s/603082/the-cancer-lottery/
novel therapeutics /t/novel-therapeutics/
rejuvenating the chance of motherhood? /s/603065/rejuvenating-the-chance-of-motherhood/
an audacious startup thinks it can give 40-ish women a better shot at having children. should desperate would-be parents believe it? /s/603065/rejuvenating-the-chance-of-motherhood/
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/s/603065/rejuvenating-the-chance-of-motherhood/
genomic medicine /t/genomic-medicine/
google’s long, strange life-span trip /s/603087/googles-long-strange-life-span-trip/
why does a mole rat live 30 years but a mouse only three? with $1.5 billion in the bank, google’s anti-aging spinout calico is rich enough to find out. /s/603087/googles-long-strange-life-span-trip/
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/s/603087/googles-long-strange-life-span-trip/
biomedicine /c/biomedicine/
business /c/business/
computing /c/computing/
energy /c/energy/
mobile /c/mobile/
robotics /c/robotics/

the tiny robots revolutionizing eye surgery

machines that are capable of making precise operations inside the human eye will make it possible to perform entirely new procedures.

/s/603289/the-tiny-robots-revolutionizing-eye-surgery/
simon parkin /profile/simon-parkin/
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/s/603289/the-tiny-robots-revolutionizing-eye-surgery/

new patents hint that amazon and google each have plans to compete with uber

the tech giants both want a slice of the ride-hailer’s automated taxi and trucking vision, and they have their own ideas to prove it.

/s/603389/new-patents-hint-that-amazon-and-google-each-have-plans-to-compete-with-uber/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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in davos, the police will disarm your drone in a heartbeat

the world economic forum event is policed with drone-jamming devices to stop would-be terror threats and the paparazzi.

/s/603391/in-davos-the-police-will-disarm-your-drone-in-a-heartbeat/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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/s/603391/in-davos-the-police-will-disarm-your-drone-in-a-heartbeat/
more from robotics /c/robotics/
view from the marketplace /views-from-the-marketplace/
emerging trend analysis: what is digital performance management? /s/602544/emerging-trend-analysis-what-is-digital-performance-management/
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/s/602544/emerging-trend-analysis-what-is-digital-performance-management/
biomedicine /c/biomedicine/
business /c/business/
computing /c/computing/
energy /c/energy/
mobile /c/mobile/
robotics /c/robotics/

president trump takes immediate aim at obama’s climate action plan

shortly after donald trump took office, climate change and clean energy disappeared from the white house website.

/s/603418/president-trump-takes-immediate-aim-at-obamas-climate-action-plan/
james temple /profile/james-temple/
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/s/603418/president-trump-takes-immediate-aim-at-obamas-climate-action-plan/

climate data preservation efforts mount as trump takes office

universities host hackathons to save environmental information amid fears the trump administration will scrub data that undercuts its views.

/s/603402/climate-data-preservation-efforts-mount-as-trump-takes-office/
james temple /profile/james-temple/
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/s/603402/climate-data-preservation-efforts-mount-as-trump-takes-office/

geoengineering gets green light from federal scientists

for the first time, funding from the u.s. government may be spent on man-made approaches to ease climate change.

/s/603349/geoengineering-gets-green-light-from-federal-scientists/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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/s/603349/geoengineering-gets-green-light-from-federal-scientists/
more from energy /c/energy/
- /insider-conversations/
insider conversations
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insider conversations /insider-conversations/
subscribe to insider premium for full access /insider/pricing/
trend roundup: data storage and the cloud /collection/trend-roundup-data-storage-and-the-cloud/

video: 5 data-center hyperconvergence myths

hyperconvergence can simplify your data center and increase its agility. this short video from collection sponsor lenovo addresses common misconceptions about the infrastructure, such as its impact, cost, and deployment time.

/s/602847/video-5-data-center-hyperconvergence-myths/
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rejoice, disorganized workers: this smart cloud looks after your files for you

the storage company box ratchets up its competition with dropbox.

/s/602645/rejoice-disorganized-workers-this-smart-cloud-looks-after-your-files-for-you/
will knight /profile/will-knight/
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/s/602645/rejoice-disorganized-workers-this-smart-cloud-looks-after-your-files-for-you/

your car’s sensors are about to shorten your commute

mapping company here aims to crowdsource data from cars’ on-board sensors and use it to alert drivers or autonomous vehicles to conditions on the road ahead.

/s/602463/your-cars-sensors-are-about-to-shorten-your-commute/
jamie condliffe /profile/jamie-condliffe/
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/s/602463/your-cars-sensors-are-about-to-shorten-your-commute/
more in trend roundup: data storage and the cloud /collection/trend-roundup-data-storage-and-the-cloud/
innovations, ideas, and insights /collection/innovations-ideas-and-insights/

a secure model of iot with blockchain

the internet of things is a fast-growing, increasingly complex network of connected devices. this excerpt from an open mind article touches on blockchain as a way of securing this new ecosystem.

/s/603298/a-secure-model-of-iot-with-blockchain/
ahmed banafa /profile/ahmed-banafa/
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/s/603298/a-secure-model-of-iot-with-blockchain/

the future of artificial intelligence and cybernetics

in this article excerpt, a british researcher discusses why ai and cybernetics are moving beyond the realm of science fiction—but warns that the technologies also raise significant ethical questions.

/s/602830/the-future-of-artificial-intelligence-and-cybernetics/
kevin warwick, coventry university /profile/kevin-warwick-coventry-university/
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/s/602830/the-future-of-artificial-intelligence-and-cybernetics/

the ethics of human enhancement

recent scientific advancements increasingly allow humans to improve everything from memory to appearance. but those capabilities come with questions about how they should be used, and who should make those decisions.

/s/602342/the-ethics-of-human-enhancement/
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