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In a new survey, over 20 percent of respondents said they experienced one or more “inappropriate incidents” at the hands of investors.
Journalist Anand Giridharadas had a message for the rich techies in the audience at WIRED25: they’re “causing, by daylight, problems that they simply will never be able to undo by philanthropic moonlight.”
But, they say, blockchain is still developing fast.
Onstage at WIRED25, 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki and bioengineer Stephen Quake focused on unlocking the secrets hidden in blood and spit.
Artificial intelligence can help deaf people communicate, but the algorithms need to be fair, the Microsoft CEO says.
“Where we are now with biotech feels quite a bit like where we were with information technology in the late 1990s,” said Napster co-founder Sean Parker on stage at WIRED25
"This is a great country and it does need to be defended,” the Amazon CEO tells the WIRED25 Summit in San Francisco.
"I think it's good to be connected,” says Apple’s chief design officer. “I think the real question is what you do with that connection."
The Instagram cofounder, who recently left parent company Facebook, says he wants to be sure the people running social networks are paying attention to how they impact people’s lives.
At Blue Origin, Amazon's space-obsessed founder is building rockets, and he hopes to someday blast humanity into an extraterrestrial future.
Our favorite Android phone is back, and this time it’s loaded with even more AI smarts.
More extreme droughts and heat waves will hit barley especially hard, so growers are trying to hack the grain to make it more resistant.
The vision starts with helping humans stay safe at sea, but could put fully robo-boats into action as ferries in just a few years.
Early WIRED could ignore politics because its writers were focused on imagining the future. Today, the digital revolution is upon us, so WIRED writers have a larger task: helping readers understand what is happening in the present.
Boston Dynamics CEO Marc Raibert doesn't know exactly how people will use robots like the SpotMini. But at least it can do the running man.
Glen Weyl, a principal researcher at Microsoft, says society is relying too much on technology to solve social problems.
Author Anand Giridharadas says the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is prompting some in tech to rethink ties to the Saudi regime.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about the future of work, and finding jobs.
The streaming space is about to get a lot more crowded. But at what cost?
We look at the latest happenings in the auto-world, and look back at WIRED's greatest hits from a quarter century of chronicling the ever-molting world of transportation.