From the end of passwords to a super-strong magnet for fusion power plants, this issue explores 10 emerging technologies that will shape our world.
A covid pill could cut serious illnesses and help prevent the next pandemic. But it's expensive and in short supply.
A year after it took biologists by surprise, AlphaFold has changed how researchers work and set DeepMind on a new course.
This is a big moment of turbulence and change for the hacking business. But the demand is here to stay.
Genomic surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 is helping us spot new variants and figure out how to respond. What else could it help us do?
Commercial spaceflight is now officially a thing. But is it a transcendent opportunity for the masses, or just another way for rich people to show off?
MIT’s startup Commonwealth has a new powerful magnet that could finally make fusion power a reality.
It could lead to advances that fight other parasitic infections.
A record number of tech worker unions formed in the US last year. They’re part of a global effort.
To tackle truly big problems, the government must act as an engine for academia and industry.
IBM’s chess-playing supercomputer Deep Blue was eclipsed by the neural-net revolution. Now, 25 years on, the machine may get the last laugh.
The great IT revolution is no longer promoting economic dynamism. It’s preventing it.
To understand what we are—and should be—building, we need to look beyond Snow Crash.
A trio of cover stories through the decades traces our on-again, off-again affair with fusion power.
Our in-depth reporting reveals what’s going on now to prepare you for what’s coming next.
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