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MIT Technology Review

Get ready for more and taller skyscrapers

Tens of thousands of new skyscrapers will be built by 2050 if current trends continue, a statistical analysis projects—and there’s a chance that the tallest could be a mile high.

Who needs democracy when you have data?

Here’s how China rules using data, AI, and internet surveillance.

The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending August 18, 2018)

This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.

Noon in the antilibrary

Science fiction: What happens when fake news is everywhere?

Why adding bugs to software can make it safer

Filling code with benign bugs overwhelms malicious attackers looking for more serious errors, cybersecurity researchers say.

This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it

Last August, 50 employees at Three Square Market got RFID chips in their hands. Now 80 have them.

Fake America great again

Inside the race to catch the worryingly real fakes that can be made using artificial intelligence.

Google just gave control over data center cooling to an AI

In a first, Google is trusting a self-taught algorithm to manage part of its infrastructure.

The “neuropolitics” consultants who hack voters’ brains

These experts say they can divine political preferences you can’t express from signals you don’t know you’re producing.

How 5G connectivity and new technology could pave the way for self-driving cars

C-V2X enables vehicles to communicate, which should reduce accidents and aid autonomous driving.

Four big targets in the cyber battle over the US ballot box

Here’s where hackers could strike the 2018 midterm elections.

Hackers are out to jeopardize your vote

Cyberattacks on the 2016 US election caused states to bolster the defenses of their voting systems. It hasn’t been enough, says the University of Michigan’s Alex Halderman.

The World Economic Forum warns that AI may destabilize the financial system

Increased use of machine learning and cloud services could make the financial world more vulnerable.