Restaurants are struggling to hire people, so one Jersey Shore grill employed a machine. It confirms that humans remain indispensable.
mRNA brought us a Covid-19 vaccine in record speed. Next it could tackle flu, malaria or HIV
A feed without likes is far from a revolution. But I want to enjoy this summer with my friends, not my metrics.
An economist looks at public safety during the Covid lockdowns and also at the time of Spanish Flu.
The CDC has released a report showing that two masks are better than one for curbing transmission of the coronavirus. Here's the proper way to double up.
Amazon's founder is stepping down to focus on other projects, like the Bezos Earth Fund. Here's what he can do to help fix the mess humans have made of the world.
Educating young women across the world could stop tens of billions of tonnes of greenhouse gases from being released into the atmosphere
In an interview with WIRED, former secretary of defense Ash Carter discussed how to build morality into AI—and make sure other countries do too.
After the 2012 mass shooting, many asked: If this doesn’t lead to change, can we ever expect change? We should be asking the same of the insurrection.
Many of the communities most vulnerable to Covid-19 are the ones least willing to get a vaccine. Convincing them may require a peer-to-peer approach.
European regulators focus on how Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google use—and abuse–their vast stores of data to maintain advantages over rivals.
If approved by the FDA, Pfizer and BioNTech’s mRNA vaccine would be the first of its kind, setting a record for speed—but raising questions about distribution.