The Internet Is for RobotsGoogle’s hilariously mundane infoboxes suggest that we no longer weave the web.
Can We Insulate Ourselves From Food Shortages?A food systems and security researcher responds to Charlie Jane Anders’ short story “The Minnesota Diet.”
The U.S. Government Should Show Its WorkWashington is suspicious of Huawei smartphones—but it won’t tell us why.
Senate Democrats Are Trying to Save Net Neutrality. It’s Pure Political Theater.That doesn’t mean it won’t be effective.
Facebook Crushed Everyone’s “Pivot to Video”—Except Its OwnHow the shift from “passive” consumption to “meaningful interactions” could boost Facebook Live and Facebook Watch.
Speech vs. SpeakersTwitter’s new rules about extremist speech blur the lines between people and words.
The Evolution of the Modern-Day ZombieWhat tales of the undead say about our attitudes toward science.
The Minnesota DietA new short story from the author of the Nebula Award–winning All the Birds in the Sky.
The Air Traffic Control System of Our Low-Altitude FutureSomething will have to stop all the drones, flying cars, and floating warehouses (floating warehouses!) from colliding.
Facebook Announces Major Changes to the Newsfeed to Prioritize Friends and Family Over Professional Content
Jack in the Box CEO Says It "Just Makes Sense" to Consider Replacing Human Cashiers with Robots If Wages Rise
Home Robots Still SuckAt CES, every robot meant to interact with humans either doesn’t work or only does pointless things.