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Can’t get new lungs? Try refurbished ones instead. Spruced-up human and animal #organs could someday be the solution for people needing #transplants. Click on the link in our bio to read the article. Photographs by @kenrichardsonphoto
#Socialnetworks are broken, and Ethan Zuckerman wants to fix them, one echo chamber at a time. To read the Q&A with Zuckerman, click the link in our bio. Photograph by @itsmetonyluong
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos needs to brush up on his #pingpong skills. Our associate editor @jackiesnow is at the MARS conference in Palm Springs, California this week with the leading authorities on #robotics and #artificialintelligence. #AI #robots #tabletennis
Ian Goodfellow as The GANfather. He's giving #machines the gift of imagination by pitting #neuralnetworks against one another. Now he, and the rest of us, must face the consequences. To read more about Goodfellow and machines with imagination, click the link in our bio. Photograph by @christiehemmklok
Terrible people have learned to exploit the #internet. Yasmin Green is fighting back. Click the link in our bio to read the full Q&A with the woman bringing people back from the brink of online radicalization, one video at a time. Photograph by @landonspeers
"It will soon be obvious that half our tasks can be done better at almost no cost by #AI. This will be the fastest transition humankind has experienced, and we’re not ready for it," writes Kai-Fu Lee, founder and CEO of Sinovation Ventures. To read more of Lee's view, click the link in our bio. Illustration by @sundayfriedman
Inside a small @ibm laboratory in lush countryside about 50 miles north of #NewYorkCity, an elaborate tangle of tubes and electronics dangles from the ceiling. This mess of equipment is a #computer. Not just any computer, but one on the verge of passing what may, perhaps, go down as one of the most important milestones in the history of the field. Serious #quantum computers are finally here. What are we going to do with them? To read more, click the link in our bio. Photograph by @jeremy_liebman
In an excerpt from his new #book Taming the Sun, Varun Sivaram follows the race to invent the artificial leaf, as two rival #scientists push ahead to find a way to wring #fuel out of thin air. To read the excerpt, click the link in our bio. Illustration by @santtumustonen
We named what we think are this year’s 10 Breakthrough Technologies, and for 2018 they range from #genetic fortune-telling to artificial #embryos. Read about all 10 by clicking the link in our bio, or look out for the print issue on newsstands. Photographs and illustrations by @derekbrahney, @miguelporlan, and @martinapaukova
Forecasts of genetic fate just got a lot more accurate: #DNA-based scores are getting better at predicting #intelligence, risks for common #diseases, and more. To read more about this #technology—which is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2018 list—click the link in our bio. Illustration by @selmandesign
"I tried out #5G wireless networks, AI translation #robots, and self-driving buses in #Pyeongchang," writes @technologyreview contributor Yoochul Kim on what it felt like to visit the most tech-centric #Olympics ever. To read more of Kim's first-person experience, click the link in our bio. Animation by @caressemh
Alphabet wants to transform a blighted, underutilized area of #Toronto into one of he world’s most #innovative #city neighborhoods. To read more about this smart city, click the link in our bio. Illustrations by @martinapaukova