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Aug 26, 2016
If you could make the world a better place by removing the ability for people to make selfish choices, would you do it? We continue the conversation.
Aug 25, 2016
If you could make the world a better place by removing the ability for people to make selfish choices, would you do it?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 12, 2016
Voting technology is tricky. It's outdated in many jurisdictions but the next step might have big security problems. What is the future of voting?
by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 10, 2016
How could haptic feedback motors improve the boots astronauts wear? And what are some other applications?
by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 5, 2016
By 2021, we won't be able to shrink transistors down any further. What does this mean for Moore's Law?
by Jonathan Strickland | Aug 3, 2016
In 2014, we talked about how the Solar Impulse aircraft would fly around the globe using solar energy to create electricity. Two years later, that journey is over. How did it do?
by Jonathan Strickland | Jul 29, 2016
Every year, programmers write more than a trillion lines of code. How could automated cybersecurity systems help our technology stay safe from malicious hackers?
by Jonathan Strickland | Jul 28, 2016
We explore the wonderful, terrifying world of combining technology and organic material. From robots with slug muscles to an artificial stingray, what's up with cyborgs?
by Jonathan Strickland | Jul 22, 2016
What if your building could think? Cognitive buildings are an integrated approach to the Internet of Things concept.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jul 20, 2016
Back in the 1930s, engineers suggested we build floating airports on the water to work around space constraints. Is it finally time to build one?
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