Computational biologist Laura Boykin says scientists are “asleep at the wheel”; activist Malkia Devich-Cyril says citizens also need to pressure technology companies to change.
Employees at Alphabet, Google’s parent, have called out the company over its decisions regarding climate change.
The UC Berkeley professor talks about using algorithms to make it safer for robots and people to cross paths.
An interactive art exhibit at WIRED25 explores the ways technology may expose—or obscure—the details of our lives.
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While that news will doubtless elicit a groan from three-pedal enthusiasts and cheers from electric evangelists, we doubt the manual will die off entirely.
If he simply told companies that new employee orientation programs were valuable they would blow him off. So he resorts to violence.