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Every president since FDR has had a science advisor. Trump has yet to name one or indicate leading candidates.
The work could lead to a new approach to the study of what is possible, and how it follows from what already exists.
An automated workforce is inevitable, but humans may labor alongside machines for the foreseeable future.
Modeled on a children’s toy, the Paperfuge can spin at up to 125,000 RPMs and doesn’t need electricity.
The past eight years saw some wins, and more than a few failures.
And so it squares up against its rival Uber once more.
How an American animator became a guiding force in China’s bubbling VR scene.
A few unemployed Finns are receiving a monthly check with no strings attached—but it’s unlikely to tell us whether universal basic income is a good idea.
The company became a valuable tech “unicorn” by offering free cloud storage to hundreds of millions of people. Can Dropbox find a way to last by cashing in on corporate users?