WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Nick Jonas Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

Nick Jonas takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. What kind of car does Nick Jonas drive? Has he ever been in a fight? What do his tattoos say? Nick answers all of these and more!
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Can These Soccer-Playing Robots Kick It? Yes They Can!

The only thing more impressive than these robots’ soccer skills is how they band together as a team.
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Tesla Unveils New Electric Semi-Truck and Roadster

Elon Musk introduces Tesla’s new all electric long-haul shipping truck and surprise, a new roadster the company says could go as fast as 250 miles per hour.
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Tony Hawk Answers Skateboarding Questions From Twitter

Tony Hawk uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about skateboarding. Will there ever be another Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater? What skateboarding trick was the hardest to learn? Are you ever too old to start skating?
Tony also demonstrates how to set up a new skateboard, how to apply griptape, how to do an ollie, how to boardslide, how to do a 540° McTwist and more.
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How to Lock Down Your Facebook Security and Privacy Settings

The only way to be truly secure on Facebook is to delete your account. But that’s crazy talk! Here’s how to lock down your privacy and security and bonus, keep targeted ads at bay.
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Self-Driving Cars Won’t Save Everyone. In Fact, They’ll Kill

Self-driving cars will totally eliminate traffic deaths, right? Nope. In fact, on rare occasions they’ll choose to kill.
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SF’s Wild SoundBox Is a Symphony Like You’ve Never Heard Before

San Francisco’s renowned orchestra has turned an acoustically disastrous rehearsal space into the city’s hottest classical music venue.
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Star Wars Fans Wait for Days to See This Bonkers SXSW Poster Exhibit

Star Wars fans waited for days to get into the Mondo Gallery in Austin, for an exhibition of limited edition prints from a galaxy far, far away by artist Michael Mitchell.
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How a Bunch of Geeks and Dreamers Jump-Started the Self-Driving Car

A decade ago, the idea of self-driving cars on American city streets was almost unthinkable. But a series of contests spurred the development of software and hardware that have brought us to dawn of the next automotive revolution.
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Meet the Clever Hospital Robot That’s Helping Save Lives

Think of Tug as a self-driving car, only for the indoors. Oh, and it delivers drugs.
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Flight Lab – Climb Aboard a Boeing 747 That NASA Turned Into the World’s Biggest Flying Telescope

To get the best space observations possible, NASA scientists fly around the world in a highly modified 747 carrying a giant telescope.
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8 Children Test Their Speech on Siri, Echo and Google Home

Andy Wood and Matt Kirshen test the limits of everyday AI by using children of a variety of ages in linguistics tests designed to determine which AI is the best at understanding the most people. Featuring Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Siri.

Check out more of Matt and Andy on their podcast at http://www.probablyscience.com
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Scientists May Have Solved the Secret of the Water Bear

Researchers claim to have figured out why the tiny little water bear is so darn tough.
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Celebs Guess Real or Fake Tech News at SXSW

It’s hard to tell what’s real or fake today. Celebrities at SXSW sat down with WIRED and tried their best to guess which headlines from the tech news world are real and which are fake. Sad!
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Inside Keanu Reeves’ Custom Motorcycle Shop

Keanu Reeves gives Wired a tour of Arch Motorcycle, where he and co-founder Gard Hollinger design and build totally custom handmade bikes with the help of virtual reality.
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Meet the Remarkable Robot That Communicates Like No Other

Iorek the robot not only understands your commands and gestures, but it asks for clarification if it’s confused.
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It Takes 60,000 Rivets and Two Robots to Build a Boeing 777 Fuselage

It’s tough work for pairs of humans who install each of the 60,000 rivets that keep Boeing’s 777 from falling apart in midair, so they’re getting some help from pairs of robots on the plane production line.
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The iOS 11 Privacy and Security Settings You Should Set Up Right Now

Heads up, iPhone owners. iOS 11 comes with a batch of security features that merit your attention.
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What We Know About Trump’s Airplane Electronics Ban

The Trump Administration has ordered nine airlines flying direct routes to the US to block passengers from carrying large gadgets into the plane cabin. The UK has followed with a similar ban. Here’s what you need to know about the ban.
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Flight Lab – Inside NASA’s Prototype Lab Where Model Planes Take Flight

Walk into NASA Armstrong’s Sub-scale Research Lab and see the future of flight in miniature. The lab’s model airplanes are used to test cutting edge aeronautical ideas like crash-avoidance and more efficient rocket launches.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Ryan Reynolds & Jake Gyllenhaal Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Life’ stars Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal waste some time with WIRED and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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How TV Opening Titles Got to Be So Damn Good

TV is way better than it used to be and you can say the same thing for the opening titles of your favorite series. They used to be afterthoughts, but now they’re artistic statements of their own.

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Ken Jeong Answers Medical Questions From Twitter

Ken Jeong uses the power of Twitter to answer some common medical questions.
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Star Wars Director Reveals the Secrets Behind Rogue One’s Final Vader Scene

It could very well be the best scene in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story— Darth Vader violently pursuing rebels as they try to escape with the Death Star plans. But, as Director Gareth Edwards reveals, the scene fans saw in theaters almost didn’t happen.
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Design FX – ‘Kong: Skull Island’ – Designing the King of the Jungle

King Kong films hold a special distinction in the annals of cinema. Each new entry in the series often sets a new high-water mark for movie making special effects. Mike Seymour breaks down some the techniques used in ‘Kong: Skull Island,’ one of the most visually impressive films to date.
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The Single-Celled Stentor Could Hold the Secret to Human Regeneration

Meet the stentor, a gigantic single-celled organism that can regenerate and ink like a squid.
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Ridley Scott Reveals the Origin of His AI Characters in the Alien Saga

Director Ridley Scott has featured several AI characters in his films. His most recent is Walter in Alien: Covenant. WIRED caught up with Ridley, his son Luke and the President of AMD to talk about AI.
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Flight Lab – We Trained to Become a NASA Research Pilot and It Ain’t Easy

It takes a lot of training to become an elite NASA research pilot. WIRED’s Jack Stewart gets a crash course in flying and rolling F-18 jets for science, of course.
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Does Your Phone’s Blue Light Dimmer Really Work? Let’s Ask Science

Your phone might automatically dim its blue light at night. But does this really help you fall asleep?
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These Doctors Are Giving Real Pain The Virtual Treatment

Doctors are searching for non-addictive solutions to treat chronic pain. Virtual reality might soon be one of them, if the science can show it really works.
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This Robot Snake Means No Harm, Really

The robotic snake has 16 windpipe-constricting actuators, but this serpent bot is more likely to save your life than suck it out of you.
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Dillon Francis Answers DJ Questions From Twitter

DJ Dillon Francis uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about DJing.

Dillon Francis’ new single, Hello There ft. Yung Pinch, is available on all music streaming platforms.

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Want to Build Your Own Drone? MIT Has the Tool You Need

Have you ever wanted to build your own drone? These MIT engineers are creating a program that lets anyone build the drone of their dreams.
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Inside a Tornado Modeled By a Supercomputer

Leigh Orf, an an atmospheric scientist, narrates a simulation of a superstorm tornado created by one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers.
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Boeing’s New 787-10 Takes Off, Bound for Testing Hell

The latest, longest variant of the tech-stuffed, efficiency-focused Dreamliner took off from Boeing’s new factory in Charleston, South Carolina and this is just the beginning of testing hell for the new 787-10.

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iPhone X Review: We Test the Phone While Bouncing On a Trampoline

The iPhone X is packed with some of the most cutting edge smartphone tech, including its camera. Naturally, we tested Face ID, its selfie mode and full HD slo-mo while bouncing around at a trampoline park.
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The Strange Science of Screams

Few sounds grab attention like a scream, but why is that? Scientists have studied the nature of screams and their effects on the brain to better understand the human howl.
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Hacking the Trezor Bitcoin Vault

Mark Frauenfelder saved 7.4 bitcoins on a Trezor electronic vault then he lost the passcode. Here he hacks the device to unlocks his funds.
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Flight Lab – This NASA Drone Flies Over Hurricanes For Better Weather Forecasts

NASA takes retired Global Hawk military drones and sets them up to fly dangerous missions monitoring some of the most extreme storms for better weather data.
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Watch the 1000 mph Bloodhound Rocket Car’s First Run

The Bloodhound is a truly super supercar. It’s designed to punch right through the sound barrier to over 1,000 miles per hour.
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Watch Neon Artist Shawna Peterson Make Bright, Buzzing Art

Inside Shawna Peterson’s neon tube bending studio where puffs of air, charred wood and glass tubes meet to make brilliant signs and art.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Matt Damon & Julianne Moore Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Suburbicon’ stars Matt Damon and Julianne Moore take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Fiery Explosions Show Why the FAA Doesn’t Want Laptops in Luggage

There’s a good reason the FAA doesn’t want passengers packing their laptops in checked luggage. There they can overheat and ignite and even explode if packed with aerosol cans.
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Stranger Things Cast Show Us the Last Thing on Their Phones

‘Stranger Things’ stars Finn Wolfhard and Caleb McLaughlin show us the last things they did with their phones. What was the last emoji they used? The last text message sent? What was the last thing they searched?
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Lay Your Eyes on the Most Bonkers Robot in the World

The Guardian GT’s 7-foot-long arms replicate human motions with incredible smoothness and accuracy. Also, each one can lift 500 pounds.
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Silicon Valley’s Favorite Shoe Company Has Some New Kicks

Last year, the San Francisco startup Allbirds released a shoe it calls the Wool Runner. This eco-friendly, merino wool sneaker exploded in popularity in Bay Area. Now, Allbirds is unveiling its second product, the Wool Lounger.
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Digital Avatars and the Future of Fake News

Digital avatars and tools like Apple’s new Animoji app may forever change the way we communicate. But they’re also blurring the line between reality and fantasy. We take a look at how this technology works and what can be done to prevent the spread of manipulated videos in the future.
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Andy Serkis Breaks Down His Motion Capture Performances

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ star Andy Serkis is the world’s greatest motion capture performer. His abilities are so in-demand that much of the technology behind motion capture has evolved along with his performances. Andy breaks down some of the major moments of his career along with how the filmmaking tools have changed alongside it.

‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ is now available on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD #WarForthePlanet
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Chris Evans Answers the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Gifted’ star Chris Evans takes the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answers the Internet’s most searched questions about himself. ‘Gifted’ co-star Mckenna Grace joins Chris, and together they find out that the Internet is obsessed with Chris Evans’ driving skills.
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Zoom Through Seattle’s Nearly Completed SR-99 Tunnel

Now that Bertha’s done digging, the new underground highway is nearly ready for human travelers. Fly through the project from a drone’s perspective.
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Shaping Smarter Cities – Global Solutions

We traveled around the world with Grant Imahara to discover global solutions to the challenges that most of our major cities are facing. Now it’s time to discuss what we uncovered.
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A Marsupial Robot Is What You Need in an Explosive Situation

Flying a drone indoors is risky business. But a new kind of robot combines a tracked vehicle and a tethered quadcopter to explore things like decommissioned chemical plants.
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After 4 Years, Seattle’s Giant Tunneling Machine Finally Breaks Through

Bertha, the largest boring machine in North America, has reached the light at the end of the tunnel, after getting stuck, and sitting motionless underneath the city for two years.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Going in Style’ stars Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Meet Vinobot, the Rover on a Mission to Help Feed Humanity

If a ballooning humanity wants to feed itself as global warming throws agriculture into disarray, it’ll need the help of robots like Vinobot.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Anne Hathaway & Jason Sudeikis Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Colossal’ stars Jason Sudeikis and Anne Hathaway answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Scott Kelly Answers Astronaut Questions From Twitter

Former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about astronauts. How fast is the international space station? Can you see the eclipse from space?

Scott Kelly’s book ‘Endurance’ is now available.
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The Airbus A330-900 Neo Takes Off for the First Time

The Airbus A330-900 Neo is the European answer to Boeing’s 787. The company says the jet is half as noisy as its predecessor and more efficient while carrying 10 more passengers.
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Robot Love: How Design Studio Elastic Built WIRED’s November Cover

For WIRED’s November cover about love in the time of robots the magazine turned to Elastic, the design firm behind the opening credits for Game of Thrones, True Detective, and Westworld.
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This Construction Digger Drives Itself

Built Robotics, a San Francisco startup, is developing an autonomous skid-steer loader that can be set loose to dig a trench, no operator needed.
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Review: Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Smartphones

You Can’t Buy a Better Android Phone Than the Pixel 2. In almost every way, the Pixel 2 is the iPhone of Android phones. And that’s a compliment.
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LaVar Ball Answers Basketball Questions From Twitter

LaVar Ball uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about basketball. Who has the worst attitude in NBA history? What’s the least cool NBA jersey? What’s with the Golden State Warriors’ facial hair?
Check out “Ball in the Family” on Facebook Watch. New episodes air Sundays.

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Driving Design – The Technology Shaping Tomorrow’s Innovation

Explore the tech moments that redefine what’s possible with Designer Thomas Meyerhoffer, from the birth of the Internet to tomorrow’s cutting-edge innovations.
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Flight Lab – Check Out the New Far-Out Fliers of NASA’s Famed X-Plane Program

For seven decades experimental X-planes have been developed and flown in the Mojave desert. NASA is now building the future of flight like an all electric plane and a quieter supersonic jet.
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Accent Expert Breaks Down 6 Fictional Languages From Film & TV

Dialect coach Erik Singer analyzes some of the most famous “constructed languages” in movie and television history. Which real-life languages inspired “conlangs” like Klingon and Dothraki?
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Oculus’ John Carmack Explains Virtual Reality in 5 Levels of Difficulty

The technology behind modern virtual reality is rapidly evolving, but what exactly helps create a better sense of realism and immersion? WIRED has challenged Oculus CTO John Carmack to explain the concept of realism in virtual reality to 5 different people; a child, a pre-teen, a college student, a grad student and a VR expert.
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The Robot That’s Roaming San Francisco’s Streets to Deliver Food

Hungry? But you don’t want to deal with a human? If you live in San Francisco’s Mission district, you can get your food delivered by a robot named Marble.
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Inside the Plane Graveyard Training Future Air Crash Investigators

USC houses a collection of twisted, burnt, jagged aircraft wrecks in a warehouse outside Los Angeles and it’s where they train students to act as detectives in helicopter and plane crashes.
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Robots & Us: A Brief History of Our Robotic Future

Artificial intelligence and automation stand to upend nearly every aspect of modern life, from transportation to health care and even work. So how did we get here and where are we going?
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The Unrelenting Weirdness of Interacting With Robots

Welcome to the world of human-robot interaction, in which people have to adapt to the machines as much as the machines have to adapt to us.
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The First Supersonic Flight Is Still Astounding 70 Years Later

In the not so distant future we might all take supersonic flights from New York to Los Angeles. It all started seventy years ago high above the Mojave desert.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Josh Brolin & Taylor Kitsch Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Only the Brave’ stars Josh Brolin and Taylor Kitsch take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

‘Only the Brave’ premieres in theaters October 20th.
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Inside the Studio Where Paint and Water Create Mesmerizing Photos | My Space

Kim Keever squeezes paint into a 200 gallon fish tank to make his art. The resulting photographs are vibrant odes to physics.
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Watch Us Build a 7,500 Piece Lego Millennium Falcon

WIRED staffers, and some family, built the largest and most expensive lego set to date, the Millennium Falcon. Of course, we made a time-lapse of us putting this behemoth together.
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The DIY Space Suit

As a kid Cameron Smith dreamed of becoming an astronaut but his eyesight keep him out of the pilot’s seat. Now he’s an anthropologist in Portland, Oregon, where he’s building a fully functional homemade space suit.
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Watch a Heavy Lift Ship Pick Up a Navy Destroyer

Here’s how a heavy lift vessel will scoop up the damaged USS John S. McCain and ferry it to Japan for repairs.
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How Hip-Hop Producer Steve Lacy Makes Hits With … His Phone

Steve Lacy is a pretty big deal. He’s part of the band The Internet, he’s a producer for J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar, and he just put out his first solo album which he made on his iPhone.

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5 of the Most Iconic ‘Fast & Furious’ Cars From the Guy Who Built Them

Dennis McCarthy, the man behind all of the cars from the Fast and the Furious franchise, gives us his insights on five iconic cars from the films.
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Design FX – Creating Scarlett Johansson’s Computer-Generated Body Suit

Mike Seymour breaks down the visual effects from the film ‘Ghost in the Shell’ starring Scarlett Johansson.
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All of the Big News from Facebook’s F8 2017

Everything you need to know from Facebook’s F8 from augmented reality filters to messenger bots to virtual selfie sticks.
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What Can Facebook Do About Live Murders and Suicides?

Steve Stephens recorded himself murdering an innocent victim and then uploaded the footage to Facebook. The horrific act has put Facebook under immense pressure to do something, but can the company prevent broadcasting acts of violence without fundamentally changing the purpose of the social media platform. WIRED explores Facebook’s limited options.
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The Team That Made the Mission to the Moon Possible

‘Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo’ is a documentary film about the team that built NASA’s mission control and guided astronauts to the moon.
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Bill Nye Answers Science Questions From Twitter

Bill Nye uses the power of Twitter to answer some common science questions.

Check out Bill’s new show on Netflix “Bill Nye Saves The World” premiering April 21st!
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Visit an Audio Installation That Surrounds You With Sound

Envelop at the Midway is an experimental sound installation that promotes technology for making spatial audio. It’s also a performance space that fosters listening as a community.
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NASA Is Sending Cassini out with a Funeral Fit for Scientific Royalty

Twenty years ago, the Cassini spacecraft blasted off from earth on an epic journey to find out more about Saturn. Now that journey comes to a glorious end.
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Go Inside the Lab That’s Giving Robots a Sense of Touch

Go inside Syntouch, the laboratory developing a robotic finger that senses pressure, heat, and texture. This handy robot has huge implications for the world of prosthetics and product descriptions, and it may one day change the way we think about and describe our sense of touch.
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Lilium’s Funky ‘Jet’ Could Make Flying Car Dreams a Reality

The Lilium personal jet is the latest entry in a growing field of what are essentially flying cars. The electric vehicle could soon be ferrying passengers using distributed propulsion.
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The Robot Will See You Now – AI and Health Care

Artificial intelligence is now detecting cancer and robots are doing nursing tasks. But are there risks to handing over elements of our health to machines, no matter how sophisticated?
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First Look at the 2018 Ford Mustang GT’s Futuristic Dashboard

Rev it up with a choice of gauge styles. The 2018 Ford Mustang GT has an innovative digital display that could be the future of dashboards.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Answers Science Questions From Twitter

Astrophysicist and ‘StarTalk’ host Neil deGrasse Tyson uses the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about our universe. What is a quark? Is there a limit to the expansion of the universe?

‘StarTalk’ airs Sundays at 11pm on Nat Geo.
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The Crazy Choreography of Free Fire’s Massive ’70s Shootout

From mustaches to muzzle flashes, Ben Wheatley’s kinetic action-comedy is a meticulously planned affair.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Salma Hayek & Eugenio Derbez Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘How To Be a Latin Lover’ stars Salma Hayek and Eugenio Derbez answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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If Robots Want to Work with Us, We Must Fix Four Problems

In the not too distant future, a robot could be working right beside you and that means human and machine need to learn how to interact seamlessly. Researchers at UC Berkeley are working on solving four fascinating problems with human-robot interactions.

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How NASA Visualizes Stunning Worlds Without Ever Seeing Them

Every time a new exoplanet is discovered, the announcement is accompanied by an artist’s rendering of that world. So when scientists recently discovered the seven exoplanets of Trappist-1, NASA’s visual artists had their work cut out for them.
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The Unsettling Performance That Showed the World Through AI’s Eyes

Artist Trevor Paglen is best known for images of the security state – drones, spy satellites and rendition planes – For a new work commissioned by the Cantor Arts Center he’s collaborated with Kronos Quartet and Obscura Digital to look under the hood of artificial intelligence and machine vision.
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Robots & Us: When Machines Take the Wheel

Autonomous driving technology could make getting around safer, more efficient, and less expensive. What will it mean for the millions of people who drive for a living and is it really ready for the road?
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Meet the Cute Little Robot That’ll Soon Float Around with Astronauts

The Astrobee is a brilliant little robot that’ll use puffs of air to autonomously float around the International Space Station.
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Why It’s Almost Impossible to Run a Two-Hour Marathon

One of the world’s finest distance runners came so close to achieving the greatest feats of athleticism in history: a sub two-hour marathon. To do it, the Eliud Kipchoge should have maintained an average pace of at least 13.1 miles per hour. So, we timed how long WIRED staffers could run at that speed. Needless to say, we didn’t last long. Here’s why only a handful of people in the world could ever come close to a two-hour marathon.
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The Zippy Microbots That Swarm to Build Structures

These tiny robots take a cue from ant colonies to cooperatively build. Some do the glue work, and some assemble scaffolding that could make for stronger 3D printing. Someday armies of microscopic bots might even roam our bodies to capture unwanted cells.
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What is a DDoS Hack and How Do You Avoid Them?

DDoS! It stands for distributed denial of service, a kind of attack that turns insecure, internet-connected devices into a sort of zombie army. So here’s how you can avoid being part of that zombie army.

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Is It Art? The Rise of Made-for-Instagram Exhibits

New pop-up exhibits like the Museum of Ice Cream and Color Factory are ditching the traditional gallery barriers and “no photography” rules for interactive, picture perfect installations.
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Eliud Kipchoge Almost Breaks the Two-Hour Marathon

Eliud Kipchoge fell short of running a marathon in under two hours. In a special Nike event, the long distance runner beat the current marathon world record coming in at 2 hours and 25 seconds, but because the event wasn’t sanctioned it won’t count. Here’s how Nike controlled every variable in an attempt to break two.
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The Jean Jacket of the Future

Remember Marty’s jean jacket from “Back to the Future”? Well Levi’s Commuter Trucker Jacket with Jacquard by Google is better. We got a glimpse into what might happen when we start connecting our clothes to the internet.
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Tom Cruise & Doug Liman Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘American Made’ star Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Robots & Us: How Food-Bots Are Changing How We Eat

Artificial intelligence and advanced automation are everywhere including our farm fields and kitchens. How will robots change the way we grow, harvest and cook our food?
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How to Get Started with Encrypted Messaging

It’s 2017! It’s time to start using an encrypted messaging app. Why? Using end-to-end encryption means that no one can see what you’re sharing back and forth.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Amy Schumer & Goldie Hawn Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

‘Snatched’ stars Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Watch the Little Robot That Taught the Big Robot Something New

Robots can learn to do tasks just fine. Getting different kinds of robots to share knowledge, though, is another challenge entirely.
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This Is What $250 Billion Actually Looks Like

Apple recently announced that they have a $ 250 billion in the bank. This is what that amount of money actually looks like.
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Mysterious Fungi Bring a West Virginia Forest Back to Life

In West Virginia, the Nature Conservancy is bringing back forests with the help of a very special fungus.
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Blade Runner 2049: Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling Talk Acting, Blade Running, and Their Pecs

Blade Runner 2049 stars Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling on their roles as Blade Runners, physically demanding parts, and the first time they met on set.
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Blade Runner 2049 Director Denis Villeneuve on Seeing the Original for the First Time

Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve reflects on seeing the original Blade Runner on the big screen and why he still loves the voice over version.
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The Strange Science of the Veggie Burger That Bleeds

It’s called the Impossible Burger and it looks, feels, tastes and smells like ground beef, even though it’s made entirely of plants. It’s all thanks to science and genetically engineered yeast. WIRED explores how close it comes so to the real thing and if it’s 100% safe.

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How Brett the Robot is Learning by Failing

Brett, a robot at UC Berkeley, is learning to put a square peg in a square hole the same way that a child does. Slowly and with trial and error.
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Jackie Chan & Olivia Munn Answer Martial Arts Questions From Twitter

‘The LEGO Ninjago Movie’ stars Jackie Chan and Olivia Munn use the power of Twitter to answer some common martial arts questions. Jackie also teaches Olivia how to karate chop some pieces of wood and defend herself from knife attacks.
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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Dave Franco, Kumail Nanjiani and Fred Armisen Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

The LEGO Ninjago Movie stars Dave Franco, Fred Armisen, and Kumail Nanjiani take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the Internet’s most searched questions about themselves.
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Blade Runner 2049: Ridley Scott Dissects His Favorite Scene from the 1982 Classic

Blade Runner director Ridley Scott dissects the scene when replicant Rachel meets Blade Runner Deckard. The original Blade Runner is now available in 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray.
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iPhone 8 Review: The Best Yet, For Now

David Pierce reviews the new iPhone 8. No you can’t unlock it with your face, but it’s still a very nice phone with a great camera.
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The Wind-Slicing GT Puts Ford Back in the Supercar Game

The new Ford GT is the spiritual successor to the GT40 which dominated the 24 hours of Le Mans races in the 1960s.
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What is Ransomware and How Do You Deal With It?

Ransomware. It’s malware but worse. It takes the contents of your device hostage and demands Bitcoin as a, you guessed it, ransom. Here’s how to avoid it and what to do if your laptop gets locked.
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Inside LAX During the Most Ambitious Airport Move, Ever

We’re behind-the-scenes at Los Angeles’ airport, which is in the middle of five days of upheaval as 21 airlines swap terminals in the dead of night.
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Robots & Us: The Augmented Self

Technology – from steel to server farm – has always changed what it means to be human. But what happens as we meld with ever more capable machines?
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8 People Test Their Accents on Siri, Echo and Google Home

Andy Wood and Matt Kirshen test the limits of everyday AI against a variety of accents in linguistics tests designed to determine which AI is the best at understanding the most people. Featuring Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Siri.
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Watch Steve Jobs Pitch the Cupertino City Council on Apple Park

In his last public appearance, Steve Jobs makes his pitch for Apple’s new campus at a June 2011 Cupertino City Council meeting.
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Blizzard’s Jeff Kaplan Answers Overwatch Questions From Twitter

Game designer Jeff Kaplan uses the power of Twitter to answer some common “Overwatch” questions.
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All the Slick Stuff From Google I/O 2017

From Google Lens to the the company’s new artificial intelligence chip here are the big announcements from Google I/O 2017’s first day.
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Robots & Us: The Future of Work in the Age of AI

Robot co-workers and artificial intelligence assistants are becoming more common in the workplace. Could they edge human employees out? What then?
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Everything From the Apple Event: iPhone X and 8, Watch, and Apple TV

All of the big announcements from the 2017 Apple event including the iPhone X, the iPhone 8, the series 3 cellular Watch and 4K Apple TV.
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Man Dresses as a Car Seat in the Name of Self-Driving Science

A man dressed as a car seat to fool pedestrians and drivers into believing his van was driving itself. It’s hilarious, but it’s all in the name of autonomous vehicle research.
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Up Close and Personal With the New iPhone X

The New iPhone X packs more new stuff into any device since the original iPhone. It’s the most complete redesign of the product ever, and even offers a glimpse at what the iPhone might become when the world no longer wants smartphones.
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Phishing Scams Aren’t Just for Gullible Grandparents Anymore

Phishing scams are getting more and more sophisticated, to the point where they’re fooling even security experts. Here’s how to avoid them.
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No Typing. No Talking. No Problem.

A New York City startup has created an brain-machine interface that doesn’t involve putting a chip in your head. Watch CTRL-Labs cofounder Patrick Kaifosh play a game of Asteroids on his iPhone—without touching it at all.
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AlphaGo Wins First Go Game in China with New AI Architecture

DeepMind’s AlphaGo artificial intelligence system beat the world’s top Go player in Wuhzen, China with a new architecture that the company says is more efficient in both energy use and computing power.
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Scientists May Have Finally Figured Out Why Whales Are So Big

According to a new study, whales didn’t grow big just because they could. They did it because of climate change.
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Biologist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty – CRISPR

CRISPR is a new biomedical technique that enables powerful gene editing. WIRED challenged biologist Neville Sanjana to explain CRISPR to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and a CRISPR expert.
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Out of Office with Brent Rose – Trying Stand-Up Comedy Using Only Siri, Echo, Cortana and Google Assistant

The age of the digital assistant is upon us and as these AI helpers attempt to interface with humans their interactions are becoming more and more organic. Brent Rose takes Google Assistant, Amazon Echo, Microsoft Cortana and Apple’s Siri out for the ultimate test drive; which AI has the best sense of humor? How will a human audience respond to a stand-up set written entirely by smart gadgets?
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Time To Ditch Our Cars and Start Riding Cargo Bikes

Utility bikes really have the potential to be the future of transport in American cities. Here’s why.
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‘The Current War’ First Trailer

Electricity powerhouses Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse race to bring electricity to the world in ‘The Current War,’ hitting theaters Nov. 24.
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First Drive Review of Nissan’s New Leaf Electric Car

Nissan’s new Leaf is an OK electric car—and that’s a great thing. The original Leaf was a global best seller. Now the 2018 LEAF has to compete with Chevy’s Bolt and Tesla’s Model 3. WIRED takes the car, and its semi-autonomous features, for a spin.
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The Decade That Built the Next iPhone

When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone in 2007, he said it was 5 years ahead of the competition and he was right. But after a decade, it’s starting to feel like Apple needs something big again. And now, on cue, here comes something big.

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Meet Taurus, the VR Controlled Bomb Disposal Robot

This is Taurus, SRI’s tele-operated robot, which ventures where human beings dare not.

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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 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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Google Maps Is Upgrading Street View and You Can Help

Expect to see a new fleet of Google Street View cameras on the road. Their new images, and possibly yours, are helping the company’s artificial intelligence index the world’s places.
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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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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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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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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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Bye-Bye, Blob! Say Hello to the New Google Emoji

Google is updating its old gum-drop shaped emoji on Android in favor of a more universal set of pictograms that will make it that much easier to say “winking tongue out face” than ever before.
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