Your Artificial Intelligence Cheat SheetWho are the leading thinkers? What are the ethical debates? And what’s an autonomous weapon?
How Much Do You Know About Cyberwar?Take our Futurography quiz!
Webcams Are for the BirdsTechnology doesn’t have to interfere with our relationship to nature. It can enhance it.
What Is “Google Dorking,” and How Did It Help an Iranian Hacker Compromise a U.S. Dam?
We Need to Keep Talking About Nanotechnology SafetyWhat happened to public interest in possible nanotech risks?
China’s E-Sports ParadoxThe nation is a world leader in competitive video games—yet officials and parents are suspicious of gaming.
Computers Are Getting a Lot Better at Lip-Reading
Netflix Has Been Degrading Video Quality on AT&T/Verizon and It’s Really Messed Up
Even if the FBI Cracks the San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone, the Encryption Debate Won’t Be Over
Microsoft’s A.I. Chatbot Keeps Hitting On People It Barely Knows
Future Tense Newsletter: Questions of Responsibility
Be Like LeeGo champion Lee Sedol put up a brilliant fight against Google’s computer program. Regulators grappling with A.I. could learn from him.
New Apps Like Jornalero Aim to Protect Low-Income Workers. Here’s How They Could Backfire.
Surprise: People Really Like Twitter’s New “Algorithmic Timeline”
Will We Ever Solve Cybersecurity’s “Attribution Problem?” Identifying the perpetrators of cyberattacks is important—but it’s no magic bullet.
Incubating Artificial Intelligence: A Future Tense Event Recap
Tell Us What You Think About CyberwarAll month, we’ve run pieces on the risks and realities of cyberwar. Now we want to hear from you.
Lessons From the Government’s 63 Prior Attempts to Make Tech Companies Unlock Devices
Future Tense Newsletter: Privacy Woes and A.I. Errors
Uber Hid a Game in Its App to Scout Potential Employees
The FBI Just Cracked the San Bernardino iPhone. Is the Showdown With Apple Over?
Are E-Sports the Future of Entertainment?
An A.I. Competed for a Literary Prize, but Humans Still Did the Real Work
School Reading UnboundA new project aims to bring e-books to lower-income students.
Parents Need to Listen to Their Kids When It Comes to Social Media Sharing
None of the AboveWhy is United using multiple-choice security questions?
Cuba Is One of the Least Connected Nations on Earth. Google Wants to Change That.
Show Us the VideotapePolice have no excuse not to record interactions with civilians, and courts have no excuse not to demand that they do.
Be Careful. Mistyping a Website URL Could Expose You to Malware.
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