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Inventor and author Ray Kurzweil talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about progress in artificial intelligence and how humans should control it.

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This affordable, tough Amazon tablet is great for kids and parents alike.

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The new novel, about a troubled smuggler who finds herself caught up in a metallurgy-based conspiracy, is out November 14.

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It's like everything is connected, man.

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From coffee and games to headphones and gadgets, here's a selection of gifts for the inexpensive end of the holiday list.

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San Francisco startup Embark is using robotrucks to move refrigerators along the I-10 freeway.

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"I would say if this is all confirmed, it does mean Face ID is less secure than Touch ID."

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Replika, an app that creates an artificially intelligent doppelgänger, offers a glimpse into the future of human-bot interaction.

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Twitter is giving users a lot more characters—and boy are folks getting the most out of them.

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Elephants did not evolve to become huge animals until after they turned a bit of genetic junk into a unique defense against inevitable tumors.

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Opinion: The IRS isn’t an impenetrable fortress. Someone has Trump's taxes; the question is, who?

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Thanks to a profitable casino, an Indian tribe gives its members sizeable cash payments. It’s called a basic income and might be the solution to job losses brought on by automation and globalization.

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The company says the departure was "completely amicable."

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A good piece of luggage is brought down by its poor smart features.

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The BBC America sci-fi series has never had a huge audience, but it's definitely worth watching.

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The gas giant's got swirls for days.

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Ethereum, Wikileaks, a years-old hack of the Trump business empire, and more of the week's top security news.

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Astronauts need toilet paper and the people need science.

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Rice remains one of China's oldest and most important industries, even as the nation pushes innovation in things like solar power to electric cars.

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After raising nearly a billion dollars in just two years, Mobike sees a future beyond just bikes.

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A special episode this week recounting the day in 2007 when hashtags arrived on Twitter.

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Sorry Yelp and Foursquare: Local peels the stickiest, best part of Facebook away from all the stuff you'd rather not have.

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Lucasfilm is putting a lot of faith in the guy behind the next installment of the Skywalker saga. That means it must be good.

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We're about to get snowed under with deals, so grab these discounts from Bose, Dell, Roku, and Amazon today!

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Hector Guerrero has traveled more than 1,000 miles documenting Mexico's tallest volcanoes and the people and landscape surrounding them.

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