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Cholera kills, and vaccines don’t always work. Minmin Yen created a better solution.

She is one of the humanitarians on our 35 innovators under 35 list that see technology as a way to bring about a safer, healthier, and more equitable world.

Check out Yen and the rest of the inventors on our list via the link in our bio.

Photographer @simonsimard
Styling @lauradillonstyle

#humanitarian #vaccine #medicine #medical #tech #technology #innovator #innovation
Dana Bowman, 56, has scraped by on government disability payments for years, buying food past it's sell-by date and staying home because she couldn't afford transportation. But since December, she has become freer.

Bowman is one of the approximately 4,000 people in Ontario getting monthly stipends to boost them to at least 75 percent of the poverty line in a three-year pilot funded by the provincial government.

Read more about how Canada is making basic income work and helping people like Bowman via the link in our bio.

Photos by @jenniferroberts

#ubi #universalbasicincome #canada #ontario #poverty #basicincome
Medical images are so detailed it can be hard to decipher them. Shinjini Kundu's program can spot what people can’t.

She is one of the inventors on our 35 innovators under 35 list building the technologies of the future, from stretchy electronics to new ways to test cancer drugs. 
Check out Kundu and the rest of the inventors on our list via the link in our bio.

Photographer by @gokateshoot
Styling by @carlapressley

#inventor #innovator #medicine #medical #AI #artificialintelligence #tech #technology #portrait
Blockchain computer programs are pretty smart—that’s why we call them smart contracts—but they’re also pretty weak. Meet Oasis Labs, the blockchain startup combining software with something the company calls “trusted hardware” to vastly expand what smart contracts can do.

Click the link in our bio to dive into the details about the blockchain startup Silicon Valley is buzzing about.

#blockchain #smartcontracts #oasislabs #technology #tech #startup #siliconvalley
The Ausbildung (aka the German apprenticeship program) is widely touted as an example other countries should follow. But it’s struggling to keep up with technological change.

Click the link in our bio to read about the program's past, present, and future.

Photos by @laetitiavancon 
#apprenticeship #futureofwork #robot #robotics #germany #german #tech #technology #training
The US may have just pulled even with China in the race to build supercomputing’s next big thing: The two countries are vying to create an exascale computer that could lead to significant advances in many scientific fields.

Read the full story by our own Martin Giles at the link in our bio.

#computing #exascalecomputing #china #US #america #computer #supercomputer #tech #illustration #computer
If you believe Bitcoin has the potential to replace traditional global financial systems, a new economic analysis is here to rain on your parade. Our own Mike Orcutt took a look at the new paper which shows how the cost of securing Bitcoin will constrain its growth.

Get the inside scoop via the link in our bio.

#tech #technology #bitcoin #economics #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #chainletter
Jonas Cleveland is helping create the shopping robots of the near future. He is one of the entrepreneurs on our 35 innovators under 35 list creating new businesses and upending the old ways of doing things.

Click the link in our bio to explore what Jonas and the other entrepreneurs on our list are building.

Photo by @justinjamesmuir

#robot #robotics #innovator #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #tech #innovation #list
Big-money politics is making it harder than ever to tame Big Tech. Our own Martin Giles spoke to Gary Reback (who famous in Silicon Valley as the lawyer who sicced the US Department of Justice on Microsoft) about the challenges trustbusters face in dealing with the latest generation of tech giants.

Read the Q and A via the link in our bio.

Photo by @christiehemmklok

#bigtech #trustbuster #siliconvalley #microsoft #lawyer #techgiants #QandA #politics #technology
Phoenix will no longer be Phoenix if @waymo's driverless-car experiment succeeds. The city, which is defined by cars and the automobile industry, could be radically transformed by shared autonomous vehicles.

Click the link in our bio to read how.

Story by Ed Finn. Photographs by @bsullivanphoto.

#phoenix #arizona #waymo #selfdriving #autonomous #cars #auto #automobile #selfdrivingcar #tech #technology #autoindustry #citylife
Presenting our 2018, 35 innovators under 35. We’ve been selecting our list of innovators under 35 for 18 years, long enough to spot some trends. You won’t find a lot of artificial-intelligence innovation in the early days of the list, but AI now dominates. Our innovators fit into five categories: inventors, entrepreneurs, visionaries, humanitarians, and pioneers. 
See this year's full list via the link in our bio.

Illustrations by @_tom_deason 
#tech #technology #innovation #innovators #35under35 #mit #techreview #entrepreneurs #pioneers #humanitarians #inventor
This is how the robot uprising finally begins: Combining the latest advances in artificial intelligence with robots could transform manufacturing and warehousing—and take AI to the next level.

Read our own Will Knight's take on how AI and robotics are coming together via the link in our bio.

Photo by @winniwintermeyer

#robotics #robot #robotarm #manufacturing #automation #futureofwork #ai #artificialintelligence #tech