The 10 Senses That Will Make Robots More Human

Robots and AI are expected to operate more seamlessly within the human world. To achieve this, scientists have begun outfitting technology with the same sensors that human beings use. Those sensors, more commonly known as the five senses, are sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch. In this series, WIRED Brand Lab explores the senses that are being developed for technology so that these objects can better operate within the human world and humans can better interact with the virtual world.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Taraji P. Henson & Tyler Perry Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Acrimony’ director Tyler Perry and star Taraji P. Henson take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

‘Acrimony’ in theaters March 30, 2018

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Obsessed – How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes

John Collins, better known as “The Paper Airplane Guy,” has devoted himself to designing, folding, and flying the world’s finest paper airplanes.
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Every Video Game in ‘Ready Player One’ Explained By Author Ernest Cline

Ernest Cline, author of the best-selling novel ‘Ready Player One,’ and one of the screenwriters behind the upcoming film, deep dives into his book and explains the stories behind every video game referenced in ‘Ready Player One.’ From Yars’ Revenge to Asteroids to Quake, Ernest goes into the history of each game and reveals why he included it in the book.

‘Ready Player One’ is in theaters now
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Legal Win Opens Pandora’s Box for DIY Weapons

Defense Distributed, the anarchist gun group known for its 3D printed and milled “ghost guns,” has settled a case with the federal government allowing it to upload technical data on nearly any commercially available firearm.
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Tech Support – Riot Games’ Greg Street Answers Even More League of Legends Questions from Twitter

Riot Games Lead Designer Greg Street once again uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about League of Legends. Which three heroes would Greg crack a cold one with? Is Jhin based on any real life serial killers? Does League of Legends ever ban people?
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Learn to Fold Five Insanely Cool Paper Planes

John Collins, the Paper Airplane Guy, shows how to fold five amazing paper planes: the Boomerang, the Boomerang 2, the Bat Plane, the Tumbling Wing, and the World Record Plane (a.k.a. “Suzanne”).

Read more about the Paper Airplane Guy at WIRED.com:
https://www.wired.com/story/learn-how-to-fold-a-world-record-setting-paper-airplane/

You can also visit his website for more information: https://www.thepaperairplaneguy.com
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The World’s Fastest Drones Want to Start Saving Lives in America

Zipline has proven the concept of a drone distribution system for essential medical products in Africa and Europe. Now it wants to start flying in its home country.
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Tech Support – John Cena Answers Wrestling Questions From Twitter

‘Blockers’ star John Cena uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about professional wrestling. What’s the most dangerous move in wrestling? What is it like working for Vince McMahon? Why don’t wrestlers have body hair? John answers all of these questions and more!
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – John Krasinski Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘A Quiet Place’ director and star John Krasinski takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself. Does John Krasinski play basketball? Is he married to Jenna Fischer? Can John Krasinski sing?
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Astronomer Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty

WIRED has challenged NASA’s Varoujan Gorjian (Research Astronomer, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab) to explain black holes to 5 different people; a child, teen, a college student, a grad student and an expert.
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Pyrotechnics Pro Explains the Art of Those Massive Fireworks Shows

Ever wonder how those massive fireworks spectacles get off the ground? From black powder to barium, music to mortars, pyrotechnics pro Jim Souza, whose company puts on the Macy’s 4th of July Show in New York, explains the year-long process behind putting on a major performance.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Cast Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas and Hannah John-Kamen answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves and Ant-Man.

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” hits theaters July 6th.
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Toilet-to-Tap Water and Other Ideas That Could Save Us From the Next Water Crisis

Would you drink recycled toilet water? Scientists and engineers are betting on it as they look for innovative new ways to prepare for a warmer drier climate.
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Melody Yang Makes Bubbles That Billow, Bend and Break Records

Melody Yang and her family hold numerous world records for their bubbles. She shows us how she makes some of the fun creations from their stage performance, the Gazillion Bubble Show.
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Biobots: Snakebot, Batbot, and More Fantastical Machines Inspired by Nature

Nature knows what it’s doing, and roboticists are more than happy to steal evolution’s ideas to make a plethora of curious and clever machines.
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The Entire History of World of Warcraft

Blizzard’s Ion Hazzikostas, Patrick Magruder and Jimmy Lo tell the entire history of World of Warcraft. From the game’s launch date, until it’s newest expansion (Battle for Azeroth), Blizzard chronicles every aspect of the legendary MMO’s journey.

Featuring:
Ion Hazzikostas – Game Director, World of Warcraft
Patrick Magruder – Lead Gameplay Engineer, World of Warcraft
Jimmy Lo – Visual Development Supervisor, World of Warcraft

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – ‘Sorry to Bother You’ Cast Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Sorry to Bother You’ stars Armie Hammer, Steven Yeun, and Jermaine Fowler take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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How Technology Helped a Writer Come Out as Dyslexic

Writer Lisa Shapiro describes life with dyslexia, and seeks out new technologies that help her understand and overcome the condition.
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Reality+

In a near future, the brain chip ‘Reality+’ acts on your sensory perceptions and allows you to see yourself with the perfect physique you’ve always dreamed of. All the people equipped with the chip can see your new appearance and you can see theirs, but the chip can only be activated for 12 hours a day…
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Quantum Computing Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty

WIRED has challenged IBM’s Dr. Talia Gershon (Senior Manager, Quantum Research) to explain quantum computing to 5 different people; a child, teen, a college student, a grad student and a professional.
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Tech Support – Riot Games’ Greg Street Answers League of Legends Questions from Twitter

Riot Games Lead Designer Greg Street uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about League of Legends. When will teemo get deleted? Why is it taking so long to release another permanent game mode? Why are death timers so long in one for all? Why does the entire team get punished when one player rage quits? How long until a Battle Royale game mode is announced? When is LoL 2 coming?
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Order Up! The Burger Bot Is (Almost) Ready for Business

It slices tomatoes, it grinds meat, it even cooks a burger! A restaurant in San Francisco is using a robot to make its burgers. Is this the future of the food industry?
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Alison Brie & Marc Maron Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“GLOW” stars Marc Maron and Alison Brie take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

GLOW Season 2 premieres on Netflix June 29th
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Technique Critique – Forensics Expert Examines Crime Scene Investigations from Film & TV

In this episode of ‘Technique Critique’, crime scene analyst and investigator Matthew Steiner examines forensics investigations in crime scenes from movies and television to see how accurate they are. Crime scenes are from The Wire, NCIS, Zodiac, The Flash, The Boondock Saints, Heat, Seven, The Other Guys, How to Get Away with Murder, CSI: Miami, The Dark Knight, Dexter, Insomnia, True Detective, Bone Collector, Criminal Minds, Family Guy, Iron Man 3, Minority Report and more.

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Robert Pattinson & Mia Wasikowska Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Damsel” stars Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves. Did Robert Pattinson go to college? How do you pronounce Mia Wasikowska? Did Robert Pattinson make music for Twilight? Watch as they answer all these questions and more!

“Damsel” hits theaters 6/22
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Every Dinosaur In ‘Jurassic Park’ Series Explained

Dr. Nathan Smith, associate curator in the Dinosaur Institute at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, talks about every dinosaur that appears in the Jurassic Park films.
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Seismologist Explains How World Cup Fans Triggered an Earthquake Detector in Mexico

After Mexico beat reigning champion Germany in the group-stage match at the World Cup, celebrations in Mexico City were so intense that they triggered earthquake detectors. WIRED spoke with Caltech seismologist Lucy Jones to find out what it means.
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See the Gear the CDC’s Disease Detectives Use in the Field

The CDC’s elite Disease Detectives investigate outbreaks of dangerous diseases like Ebola, Marburg Virus, Rabies, Anthrax and more. Find out about the equipment they use — from protective gear to bat traps, machetes to blow guns, liquid nitrogen and more.
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How to Get Robots to Walk (and Jump and Run) Among Us

Truly useful robots will have to be able to tackle everything humans can, so they’ve gotta have legs. Easier said than done, though.
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Why Scoring an “Olimpico” Goal in Soccer is Almost Impossible

The “gol olimpico” or “Olympic goal” – an unassisted corner kick bent into goal – is one of the rarest in soccer. WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez straps on his shin-guards to explore the shot’s perfect mix of soccer science and skill.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Best of Autocomplete: The Cast of Black Panther, Stranger Things and More Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds, Kristen Wiig, Steve Carell, Michael B. Jordan, Samuel L. Jackson, Ansel Elgort, Suki Waterhouse, Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o, Joe Keery, Gaten Matarazzo, Jennifer Garner, Woody Harrelson, Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, Kristen Bell, Melissa McCarthy, John Cena, Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, John Krasinski, Cara Delevingne and more answer the web’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Hacker Breaks Down ‘Ocean’s 8’ Hacking Scenes | WIRED Brand Lab

Branded Content: Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for Warner Bros.

Security researcher and expert hacker Samy Kamkar breaks down a few hacking scenes from Ocean’s 8. Nine Ball (Rihanna) hacks into closed-circuit television (“CCTV”) and shows Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) her ‘footprint’. Then, Nine Ball hacks into a computer from a coffee shop to gain access to the MET CCTV. In the final scene, Rose Weil (Helena Bonham Carter) uses AR glasses to scan a necklace that is recreated offsite.
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How One Artist Balances Form and Function with His Light Sculptures

Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for Perry Ellis. Jason Krugman is a light sculptor based in Brooklyn, NY. His lighting designs often use their physical structure to conduct electricity to the light sources, which eliminates the need for insulated wiring and connectors allowing thousands of lights to sit softly amongst minimal wire forms. Currently, he works out of the New Lab space which is a community of entrepreneurs working in advanced technology.
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Thomas Middleditch Let an AI Steal His Face to Make a New Movie

Behind the scenes with the actor Thomas Middleditch who teamed up with an artificial intelligence program called Benjamin to create “Zone Out,” an entirely AI-made sci-fi film.
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Fancy New Suspension Could Make Car Rides a Lot Smoother

It works sort of like noise-cancelling headphones, eliminating bumps with movement in the opposite direction.
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Five Things to Watch for in Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional Testimony

WIRED’s editor-in-chief, Nicholas Thompson, on the five things he’ll be watching for during Facebook C.E.O. Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress.
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Tech Support – The Slow Mo Guys Answer Slow Motion Questions From Twitter

The Slow Mo Guys (Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy) use the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about The Slow Mo Guys, The Super Slow Show, and filming in slow motion. What is their process like when coming up with new video ideas? What’s their favorite video they’ve done? Where do they get all the food for the Super Slow Show?

The Slow Mo Guys star in the YouTube original series The Super Slow Show. Catch the final episodes April 11th.
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Mark Zuckerberg Senate Testimony Highlights

Highlights from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary and Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing, “Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and the Use and Abuse of Data.”
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Mark Zuckerberg House Testimony Highlights

Highlights from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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Tech Support – Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and More Answer Science Questions from Twitter | Tech Support

Bill Nye, James Cameron, Ken Jeong, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and neuroscientist Anil Seth answer the most interesting science questions from Twitter. Do your guts float in space? Do aliens exist? Can you punch specific memories out of your brain? What exactly is a tractor beam? If humans evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys?
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Jodie Foster Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Hotel Artemis’ star Jodie Foster takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about herself. How old was Jodie when she filmed ‘Taxi Driver’? Is she married to Mel Gibson? How many Oscars does she have? Does she have children? An accent? Siblings? Is she vegan? Is she a genius? What’s her IQ? Was she ever on the show ‘Bonanza’? What about “Gunsmoke”? How about “Bad News Bears”? Wasn’t she on “Seinfeld”? What’s her real name?
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Almost Impossible: The 110 MPH Fastball

More and more pitchers are throwing triple digits. The fastest of them tops out at 105 MPH. WIRED examines why the 110 MPH fastball is almost impossible.
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Let’s Catch Up With Pepper, the Dancing, Surprisingly Helpful Humanoid

Pepper is part of the first wave of intelligent machines that promise to not only make our lives easier, but to bring a strange new form of interaction into being.
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The Taxidermy Bird That Scientists Turned Into a Robot

Meet Fembot, the robotic bird that goes undercover to observe sage grouse mating behavior.
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Tech Support – Bill Nye Answers Even More Science Questions From Twitter

Bill Nye uses the power of Twitter to answer even more science questions. How does the internet work? What’s the difference between a meteor, meteorite, and an asteroid? Does anyone really know how gravity works? Is water wet? Bill answers all these questions and more!
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The Clever Robot That Uses Air to Grow and Steer

Vinebot is part of the first generation of advanced “soft robots,” which promise to go where no traditional robot can tread—literally.
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Inside the Lab That Could Help Save Corals From Destruction

Scientists reach a milestone in establishing a captive coral population that could reproduce year after year, allowing researchers to perform crucial studies.
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Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Common Space Myths

Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about space.

ONE STRANGE ROCK airs Mondays at 10/9c on National Geographic.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Ansel Elgort & Suki Waterhouse Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Jonathan” stars Ansel Elgort and Suki Waterhouse take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about themselves. Does Ansel Elgort love Shailene Woodley? Is Suki Waterhouse Japanese? Is Ansel Elgort an amputee?

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Snap Spectacles: Are They the Face Camera We’ve Been Waiting For?

You have to give Snap credit for giving hardware another try. Its first attempt, the face-camera called Spectacles, fell short of spectacular. But they’re back with a new version. The yellow rings around the lenses are gone (the company decided the LED lights were enough of an indication that users are recording video). The new model is more expensive ($ 150) but it’s water-resistant, comes in new colors, and has enhanced imaging capabilities.

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Shawn Mendes Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Shawn Mendes takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself.

Shawn Mendes’ self titled album is out Friday May 25th.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Solo Cast Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ stars Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson and Joonas Suotamo take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about Star Wars and themselves. Is Chewbacca a dog? Can Woody Harrelson sing? Does Emilia Clarke have tattoos? How tall is Joonas Suotamo?

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ hits theaters 5/25.

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Pre-Crime Policing: How Cops Are Using Algorithms to Predict Crimes

The LAPD is one of a growing number of police departments using algorithms to try to predict crimes before they happen. Proponents of these tools say they provide cops with added tools to keep their cities safe — but critics argue it’s just another form of profiling.
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A Day in the Life of a Tech Influencer

Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for Perry Ellis

Rodney Williams is the co-founder and CEO of LISNR, an advanced, near-ultrasonic data transmission technology that enables communication between devices – all you need is a microphone or speaker. Rodney, who was born partially deaf, used his hearing disadvantage to identify a communication issue with phones early on and build this new sound technology.
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Meet the Robots on a Quest to Clean Up Fukushima

Seven years after an earthquake devastated Japan, humans and robots are still trying to clean up Fukushima.
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Tech Support – James Cameron Answers Sci-Fi Questions From Twitter

Director James Cameron uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about the science fiction genre.

James Cameron’s Story of Science Fiction premieres on AMC on 4/30
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Jeff Garlin and Susie Essman Race to Las Vegas in “The Bet”

Los Angeles to Las Vegas. It’s not just when you get there, it’s how you get there. See Jeff Garlin and Susie Essman race to the Strip in the original short film, “The Bet”.

Produced by WIRED with The Lincoln Motor Company.

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Why Juggling 15 Balls Is Almost Impossible

The world’s best numbers juggler can throw and catch 14 balls. Once. Has he reached juggling’s limit? WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez looks into the physics and physicality of extreme juggling.
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Neuroscientist Explains the Laurel vs. Yanny Phenomenon

The Laurel vs. Yanny debate is taking the internet by storm. WIRED’s Louise Matsakis speaks with Tyler Perrachione, PhD, about why certain people hear Laurel when playing the now-infamous audio clip and others hear Yanny.
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See the Visual Effects That Brought Black Panther to Life

Daryl Sawchuk, Visual Effects Supervisor for Method Studios and Animation Supervisor for Black Panther, gives WIRED an exclusive look at breakdowns of the digital Black Panther and Kilmonger suits, and the final fight scene of Marvel’s mega-blockbuster.

Black Panther is available on Blu-Ray and DVD May 15, 2018.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Terry Crews Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Terry Crews takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself.

Catch Terry Crews as Bedlam this Friday, May 18th in Deadpool 2 and make sure to catch the season finale of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” on Sunday, May 20th
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To Make Better Robots, You Gotta Crash Tiny Drones Into People First

Welcome to the wild world of human-robot interaction, the quest to get humans and robots collaborating without hurting each other.
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These Star Wars Fans Are Building a Full-Size Millennium Falcon Cockpit

For the past six years Greg Dietrich, Jake Polatty, and a group of fellow Star Wars fans have been building a blinking, bleeping, insanely detailed full size version of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit.
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NASA’s New Mars Lander Will Give Insight Into the Planet’s Make-Up

The Insight Lander, developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will probe deep beneath the surface of the Red Planet to measure temperatures and allow study of its seismic activity. Its name is short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport.
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Go Inside the Aerodrome, Where the Future of Flight Takes Shape

Welcome to the Aerodrome, where engineers are simulating wind conditions to teach drones to fly safely.
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First Look: Google Reveals New Version of Google Lens

Google is releasing a new version of Google Lens, its computer vision technology that lets you point a smartphone camera at any object and get information on it. We take a first look at the app’s most significant update yet.
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Six Degrees of Automation: How an Empty Parking Lot Will Change the Banking Industry | Branded Content

Welcome to Six Degrees of Automation – a docu-series dedicated to analyzing the impact intelligent automation is having on various industries, produced in collaboration between IBM Services and Wired Brand Lab.

In our inaugural episode, we explore how intelligent automation is transforming the banking industry. Follow Bill on his journey to receive a home loan, a seemingly simple process, but one that is being transformed by automation.
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Fancy New Suspension Could Make Car Rides a Lot Smoother

It works sort of like noise-cancelling headphones, eliminating bumps with movement in the opposite direction.
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Almost Impossible: The 110 MPH Fastball

More and more pitchers are throwing triple digits. The fastest of them tops out at 105 MPH. WIRED examines why the 110 MPH fastball is almost impossible.
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Let’s Catch Up With Pepper, the Dancing, Surprisingly Helpful Humanoid

Pepper is part of the first wave of intelligent machines that promise to not only make our lives easier, but to bring a strange new form of interaction into being.
WIRED Videos

Tech Support – The Slow Mo Guys Answer Slow Motion Questions From Twitter

The Slow Mo Guys (Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy) use the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about The Slow Mo Guys, The Super Slow Show, and filming in slow motion. What is their process like when coming up with new video ideas? What’s their favorite video they’ve done? Where do they get all the food for the Super Slow Show?

The Slow Mo Guys star in the YouTube original series The Super Slow Show. Catch the final episodes April 11th.
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Mark Zuckerberg Senate Testimony Highlights

Highlights from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary and Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing, “Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and the Use and Abuse of Data.”
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Five Things to Watch for in Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional Testimony

WIRED’s editor-in-chief, Nicholas Thompson, on the five things he’ll be watching for during Facebook C.E.O. Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Charlie Day Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Pacific Rim Uprising star Charlie Day takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about himself. Does Charlie Day wear eyeliner? Where did he meet his wife? Does he have a PhD? Watch to find out the answers to all these questions, and more!

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Why Cybersecurity is So Critical | Branded Content | Tech Today and Tomorrow | Ep. 4

Security teams used to be able to patrol on-site to ensure their company’s premises were kept safe – now it’s about building teams that can predict potential cyber threats and sabotage from individuals, companies or even hostile nations. In Part 4 of this series, WIRED Brand Lab aims to uncover what businesses can do to evolve their security techniques within a digitally enabled business world. Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for DXC Technology.

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How Technology Has Changed The Workplace | Branded Content | Tech Today and Tomorrow | Episode 3

In the past, the idea of the workplace meant an office in a high-rise building where all employees came together to run a company. In Part 3 of this series, WIRED Brand Lab discovers how the modern workplace is no longer confined to a physical space. We’ll look at how rising technologies like the cloud, Artificial Intelligence and mobile devices are creating a new type of workplace, one that can be accessed anywhere. Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for DXC Technology.

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How AI & Robotics Can Make Our Lives Better | Branded Content | Tech Today and Tomorrow | Episode 2

Robots, personal assistants, and other AI-powered devices are quickly becoming a staple in homes and offices around the country. In Part 2 of this series, WIRED Brand Lab will explore how AI and robotics are changing business models and augmenting our productivity as workers. Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for DXC Technology.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – John Krasinski Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘A Quiet Place’ director and star John Krasinski takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself. Does John Krasinski play basketball? Is he married to Jenna Fischer? Can John Krasinski sing?
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Tech Support – John Cena Answers Wrestling Questions From Twitter

‘Blockers’ star John Cena uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about professional wrestling. What’s the most dangerous move in wrestling? What is it like working for Vince McMahon? Why don’t wrestlers have body hair? John answers all of these questions and more!
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The World’s Fastest Drones Want to Start Saving Lives in America

Zipline has proven the concept of a drone distribution system for essential medical products in Africa and Europe. Now it wants to start flying in its home country.
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The 10 Senses That Will Make Robots More Human

Robots and AI are expected to operate more seamlessly within the human world. To achieve this, scientists have begun outfitting technology with the same sensors that human beings use. Those sensors, more commonly known as the five senses, are sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch. In this series, WIRED Brand Lab explores the senses that are being developed for technology so that these objects can better operate within the human world and humans can better interact with the virtual world.
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Every Video Game in ‘Ready Player One’ Explained By Author Ernest Cline

Ernest Cline, author of the best-selling novel ‘Ready Player One,’ and one of the screenwriters behind the upcoming film, deep dives into his book and explains the stories behind every video game referenced in ‘Ready Player One.’ From Yars’ Revenge to Asteroids to Quake, Ernest goes into the history of each game and reveals why he included it in the book.

‘Ready Player One’ is in theaters now
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Learn to Fold Five Insanely Cool Paper Planes

John Collins, the Paper Airplane Guy, shows how to fold five amazing paper planes: the Boomerang, the Boomerang 2, the Bat Plane, the Tumbling Wing, and the World Record Plane (a.k.a. “Suzanne”).

Read more about the Paper Airplane Guy at WIRED.com:
https://www.wired.com/story/learn-how-to-fold-a-world-record-setting-paper-airplane/

You can also visit his website for more information: https://www.thepaperairplaneguy.com
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How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes

John Collins, better known as “The Paper Airplane Guy,” has devoted himself to designing, folding, and flying the world’s finest paper airplanes.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Taraji P. Henson & Tyler Perry Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Acrimony’ director Tyler Perry and star Taraji P. Henson take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

‘Acrimony’ in theaters March 30, 2018

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Jeff Goldblum Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Isle of Dogs’ star Jeff Goldblum takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about himself. Does Jeff Goldblum have a stutter? Where is Jeff Goldblum from? Is ‘Isle of Dogs’ claymation? Jeff answers all these questions and more!

‘Isle of Dogs’ is in theaters now.
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Astronauts Answer 50 of the Most Googled Space Questions

NASA astronauts Jeffrey Hoffman, Chris Hadfield, Jerry Linenger, Leland Melvin, Mae C. Jemison, Mike Massimino and Nicole Stott answer 50 of the most Googled questions about space. Does space ever end? Can birds fly in space? How much money do astronauts make??

ONE STRANGE ROCK premieres March 26, at 10/9c on National Geographic.
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How The Internet of Things Will Change Everything | Branded Content | Tech Today and Tomorrow | Episode 1

Internet-connected devices are revolutionizing the way we live and do business. In Part 1 of this series, WIRED Brand Lab looks at The Internet of Things and explores how connected devices will impact and expand our capabilities, as both businesses and individuals, for decades to come. Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for DXC Technology.
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Tesla’s Electric Model 3 Will Be a Great Everyday Car … Some Day

Nearly half a million people have put down a thousand dollar deposit for a Tesla Model 3 they may not get for years. But once the early production bugs are ironed out, the Model 3 feels like it’s going to be a great everyday car.

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How This Woman Rides 20,000 Miles a Year on Her Bike

Ultra-endurance bicycle racer Lael Wilcox puts more miles on her bike every year than most people do on their cars. Here’s how she trains for and rides some of the toughest races on earth.
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Pacific Rim Uprising Cast Answer 50 of the Most Googled Kaiju Questions

Pacific Rim Uprsing stars John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, Cailee Spaeny, Burn Gorman, and Charlie Day answer the 50 most Googled questions about Kaiju.

Pacific Rim: Uprising comes out March 23rd, 2018
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Watch MIT’s Hypnotic Robot Fish Swim a Coral Reef

Researchers detail the evolution of the world’s strangest fish, and describe how it could be a potentially powerful tool for scientists to study ocean life.
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Tech Support – Blizzard’s Ben Brode Answers Hearthstone Questions From Twitter

Blizzard’s Ben Brode, game director on Hearthstone, uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about Hearthstone. What are the chances we see cards added to the classic set? Will we see any cards get buffs? What’s the best way to get back into Hearthstone after some time off?
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Uber’s Fatal Crash Raises Big Questions About Self-Driving Cars

On Sunday evening, a self-driving Uber struck and killed a woman crossing the street in Tempe, Arizona. The crash appears to be the first time a self-driving vehicle has killed someone—and could alter the course of a scantily regulated, poorly understood technology that has the power to save lives and create fortunes.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Alicia Vikander Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Tomb Raider star Alicia Vikander takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the internet’s most searched questions about herself. How did Alicia train to become the new Lara Croft? Does Alicia Vikander have an Instagram? Is Lara Croft based on a real person? Alicia answers all these questions, and more!

Tomb Raider in theaters March 16, 2018
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Dot Physics: The science behind electric cars

Dot Physics’ Rhett Allain breaks down the physical forces that allow electric cars to drive.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Jennifer Garner Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Love, Simon” star Jennifer Garner takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about herself. How many languages does Jennifer speak? Does Jennifer have pierced ears? Is she related to James Garner?

LOVE, SIMON hits theaters Friday, March 16th.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – This Is Us Cast Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

This Is Us stars Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about This Is Us and themselves.
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Technique Critique – Surgical Resident Breaks Down Medical Scenes From Film & TV

Annie Onishi, general surgery resident at Columbia University, takes a look at emergency room and operating room scenes from a variety of television shows and movies and breaks down how accurate they really are. Would the adrenaline scene from Pulp Fiction actually play out that way? Is all that medical jargon we hear in shows like Grey’s Anatomy and House true-to-life? Is removing a bullet really a cure-all for a gunshot wound?
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Google’s AlphaGo Notches Another Win for AI

Google’s AlphaGo artificial intelligence system edged out the best human Go player for a 2-0 win. But it is also playing with and against teams of professional human players.
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Worried About Your Weak Passwords? Here’s How to Fix Them

Look, we get it. Remembering dozens and dozens of different passwords for different sites is next to impossible. But that doesn’t mean you should be reusing your passwords. That’s just asking for trouble.
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Inside the Lab That’s Building a Robot Cat

Like most robots, Kleo the Cat has a tough time moving around. But that could change soon. That’s thanks to researchers at USC who are using lessons from biology to create more dexterous machines.
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The Self-Driving Truck Race Heats Up With a Driverless Test

Starsky heat up the competition for driverless trucks with its first closed road test of a completely driverless car.
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WIRED Review: Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone is all about the camera — dual aperture lens, 12 megapixel sensor and get this, an astounding 960 frames per second slow motion video.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Charlize Theron & David Oyelowo Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Gringo” stars Charlize Theron and David Oyelowo answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves. Is David Oyelowo ACTUALLY a prince? Where did Charlize Theron grow up? Will David be the first black James Bond? Does Charlize Theron have a middle name? Charlize and David answer all these questions, and more!
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Inside the Absurd Distillery Where They Make ’20-Year’ Rum in Six Days

Obsessive distiller Bryan Davis invented a contraption for aging booze fast. His goal: to create highly engineered, rapidly prototyped sprits that are unlike any you’ve tasted before.
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Welcome to Salinas! The Farming Town Where Robots Reign

In Salinas Valley, about an hour and a half south of San Francisco, farmers and tech types are joining forces to turn this place into a kind of Silicon Valley for agriculture.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Google Search Team Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Ben Gomes (VP, Search Engineering) and Chris Haire (Product Manager, Autocomplete) from Google’s search team take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the Internet’s most searched questions about Google autocomplete and search.
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Meet The Clever Robot That’s Ready to Take On Your Shopping Addiction

Robots are historically pretty bad at picking things up. But that’s changing thanks to startups like Kindred, which is mixing advanced AI with remote controls to create robots that can pick and sort through objects at dizzying rates.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Bruce Willis Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“Death Wish” star Bruce Willis takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. Did Bruce Willis go to college? Was Bruce Willis in the military? Was Bruce Willis Batman??
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This New Satellite Will Help Track Extreme Weather in the West

NOAA’s latest GOES satellite will help researchers study, track, and predict storms, fires, floods, and other weather systems.
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How to Make Your Browsing Data More Private than a Thousand Incognito Windows

Thanks to an assist from Congress, your cable company has the legal right to sell your web-browsing data without your consent. This is how to protect your data from preying eyes.
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How To Battle Trolling Ad Hominem Attacks Online

An internet troll’s favorite way to argue? Ad hominem, of course! This is your guide to spotting bad arguments on the internet and how to fight them.
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Here’s Everything Apple Announced at WWDC 2017

At Apple’s annual WWDC conference CEO Tim Cook and others unveiled its most powerful Mac yet, a long-awaited Siri speaker, and tons of new software upgrades across all of the Apple platforms.
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Meet HomePod, Apple’s New Siri-Enabled Speaker

Apple has unveiled the HomePod, a $ 350 wireless speaker with Siri baked right in.
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Go Inside The Dome That Could Give Robots Super Senses

Step inside the Panoptic Studio, a dome at Carnegie Mellon University where researchers are capturing data on human gestures, which will be used to create more lifelike and responsive robots.
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Watch Airbus’ Flying Car, Vahana, Make its First Flight

The personal air transport vehicle has achieved the milestone of “first flight”, as the race to develop flying cars continues.
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Women Engineers On the Rampant Sexism of Silicon Valley

Five female engineers discuss the sexism of the tech industry and why greater diversity and inclusion makes better products for everyone.
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Tech Support – Neuroscientist Anil Seth Answers Neuroscience Questions From Twitter

Neuroscientist and public science communicator Anil Seth uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about neuroscience. How does memory work? Can we delete memories? Do blind people dream? Anil answers all these questions and more!

Featuring Anil Seth, Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience and Co-Director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, University of Sussex, UK

Twitter: @anilkseth
Website: www.anilseth.com
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Google’s Plan to Use Ads to Sway ISIS Recruits | WIRED BizCon

Yasmin Green leads a team at Google which has developed tools to help journalists stay secure in authoritarian regimes, to combat cyber bullying, and to help people before they become radicalized by extremist ideology. At the WIRED business conference, Green shared the company’s strategies to sway ISIS recruits before it’s too late.
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The Story Behind Google’s Super Chip | WIRED BizCon

Five years ago, as its voice recognition tech took off, Google realized it would have to double its server space to handle even three minutes of speech from every Android user. Even Google couldn’t afford that. So Urs Hözle and his team built a super chip to parse all that data more efficiently.
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AI Won’t Replace Doctors, It’ll Help Them | WIRED BizCon

Google is poised to begin a grand experiment in using machine learning to widen access to healthcare. If it is successful, millions of people with diabetes could avoid losing their sight. Lily Peng from Google Brain explained at the WIRED Business Conference how technology like this would help doctors, not replace them.
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Lab-Grown Meat is Coming, Whether You Like it or Not

Food scientists and startups are trying to make meat more ethically appealing by growing it — cell by cell — in a lab instead of on a farm. Even some vegans support so-called “clean” meat. But can lab grown meat overcome the dreaded ‘yuck factor?’
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The Old-Timey Gas-Powered Engine Ain’t Dead Yet

Electric cars may be the future, but internal combustion engines aren’t giving up without a fight.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Black Panther Cast Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o and Michael B. Jordan take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about Black Panther and themselves.
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Amazon Now Considers Itself an AI Company | WIRED BizCon

Speaking at the WIRED Business Conference, Amazon SVP of Devices, David Limp confessed that if Amazon is to continue to thrive in the future, it has to consider itself an AI company.
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The Co-Botic Future: Robots Don’t Always Take Our Jobs — Sometimes They Save Them

At a company in Richmond, Calif., robotic painters are working alongside human workers, sanding and painting cabinets. Despite early fears from employees, the human workers have grown to embrace the “cobots” — collaborative robots who are helping them get the job done.
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Why It’s Almost Impossible to Do a Quintuple Jump

At this year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, we may see quad corks in Big Air Snowboarding or in Freestyle Skiing — and we’ll see quad twists and quad jumps in Figure Skating. But have we reached the limit of what’s possible? To do a quad, a skater’s got less than a second to turn their body four times in the air. WIRED’s Robbie Gonzalez set out to find out why five…is almost impossible.
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Tech Support – U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Athletes Answer Olympics Questions From Twitter

U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes use the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about their respective Olympic and Paralympic sports.
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All About Lidar, The Laser-Shooting Wonder Box That Could Make Self-Driving Cars Real

Also known as the spinning thing atop self-driving cars, lidar is the technology that could unlock autonomy for everybody.
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The One Thing the Architect of Apple’s New HQ Would Change | WIRED BizCon

Ask Norman Foster what, if anything, he’d like to change about Apple’s new headquarters, and he’ll need a moment to think. The famed architect, whose firm spent the last eight years perfecting plans for Apple’s massive campus, is mostly pleased with the results. But there is one thing he’d change.
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Dot Physics: How Planes Fly (Admit it — You Always Wanted To Know)

Dot Physics’ Rhett Allain breaks down the physical forces that affect how planes fly.
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How NASA Tests Shapeshifting Plane Wings

Shape memory alloys could make plane wings that flap, to reduce drag, or increase stability in supersonic flight.
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Inside the Lab That’s Making Sure Your Weed Is Safe

As cannabis use goes recreational in California, producers are facing a reckoning: They’ll either have to clean up their act, or get out of the legal market.
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Patton Oswalt Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Patton Oswalt answers the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. Is Patton Oswalt Albanian? What college did Patton go to? Can Patton Oswalt cook? Patton answers all these questions and more!
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Crispr Is Already Changing the Food We Eat | WIRED BizCon

At the WIRED Business Conference, Jennifer Doudna, Co-Inventor of CRISPR-Cas9, shared some of the ways the gene editing tool is already changing agriculture.
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Chimp, the Vaguely Humanoid Robot

Two and a half years after Chimp competed in the Darpa Robotics Challenge, it remains one of the weirdest humanoid robots on Earth.
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Lamborghini Toasted the World’s Toughest Track with Air Instead of Horsepower

Supercars are usually super thanks to monstrous power. The engineers at Lamborghini turned to some smart air scooping tricks to send the production Huracan around the Nurburgring track in record time.
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Meet 4 of NASA’s Newest Astronaut Candidates

Twelve new astronaut candidates just joined the ranks of those with the right stuff. Picked from a pool of 18,000 they may be among the first to journey to Mars. Four spoke with WIRED about getting the call and what they hope to accomplish.
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The Psychology Behind Video Game Sounds (1972-1998)

Four video game sound designers explain the thinking behind some of the world’s most recognizable video game sounds. Featuring sounds from Pac-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, Donkey Kong, Mario Kart, Contra, Street Fighter II, Doom and more!
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Why We Love the New Microsoft Laptop

The Microsoft Surface Laptop is a great-looking, light and super usable notebook. Here’s more about why we love it.
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Tech Support – Nick Offerman Answers Woodworking Questions From Twitter

Nick Offerman uses the power of Twitter to answer some common woodworking questions. Nick’s book Good Clean Fun and film The Hero are both out now.
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Meet the 89-Year Old Who Built a Train in His Backyard

The future of train transportation might be pneumatic tubes and magnets. Meet the 89-year old entrepreneur who wants to disrupt the railroad with a modern twist on a very old train idea.
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The Psychology Behind Video Game Sounds (1998-2017)

Four video game sound designers explain the thinking behind some of the world’s most recognizable video game sounds. Featuring sounds from the Legend of Zelda, Half-Life, The Sims, Minecraft, Dota 2 and more!
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What We’ve Learned So Far About the Future of Cars in 2018

From CES to the Detroit Auto Show, car makers are showing off their vision of the future of driving with a few nods to the past.
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Fear Not the Robot Singularity

The robot revolution we’re in the midst of is way more interesting and way less murder-y than science fiction. Call it the multiplicity.
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Tech Support – Jerry Rice Answers Football Questions From Twitter

Legendary wide receiver Jerry Rice uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about the game of football.
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50 Cent Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Den of Thieves star 50 Cent answers the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. Did 50 Cent go to college? Is 50 Cent a billionaire? Is 50 Cent Jamaican?? 50 answers all these questions and more!
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Garry Kasparov Answers Chess Questions From Twitter

Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about the game of chess. Why do chess players point at pieces with their middle finger? Why does the knight move the way it does? What’s the more valuable piece, the knight or the bishop? Garry answers all these questions and more!
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Video Game Sounds Explained By Experts

Four video game sound designers explain the thinking behind some of the world’s most recognizable video game sounds.
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The Ultimate Paper Airplane

Over the last decade, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building an incredibly detailed model of a Boeing 777, right down to the tiny seats and moving landing gear, using only paper folders and glue.
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Please Don’t Kick the Inventory Bot

This company wants its robot to take on the tedious and time consuming job of scanning inventory at stores. Please don’t assault it while it is working.
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CES 2018: The Smart Home of the Future Is Here

Digital assistants like Alexa and Google home have made sci-fi a reality. At CES 2018, we check out the next generation of products that will make our lives easier and more connected.
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CES 2018: The Most Ridiculous VR and AR Headsets We Tried at CES

We tried on some of the best new AR and VR headsets at CES 2018 to find out if this technology is finally ready to go mainstream.
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CES 2018: Take a Simulated Ride in The Air Taxi of The Future

While engineers figure out how to make flying cars a reality, Bell Helicopter is pushing ahead with the design for the interior of an urban air-taxi service. We try out the concept at CES 2018.
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