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Will robots take your job? And if they do, what happens then?
Our own @AlexWhitcomb, who has no business drifting cars, is learning how to drift a car. Join us on Facebook Live: facebook.com/wired/videos/1…
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Will robots take your job? And if they do, what happens then?
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In some areas, helping trees means unleashing the fungus. Or more specifically, the shroom juice. bit.ly/2rAcVf5 via @WIRED
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Our food supply is protected in a global seed vault — but the vault isn't safe from climate change, @WIRED reports apple.co/2q7b8fy
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In WV, where forest loss has sapped the soil of nutrients, scientists are shrooming in the most sober way. bit.ly/2rA554Z (@WIRED)
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How boring old pension funds might curb global warming buff.ly/2qyGajR via @WIRED
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What does new technology mean for how we cook, harvest, and eat our food?
Are machines becoming an extension of ourselves?
Since it's only Tuesday but feels like Thursday, take a break and learn how to train a dang otter. Live on Facebook: facebook.com/wired/videos/1…
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Nothin' a little shroom juice can't fix.
Liftoff for the SpaceX Falcon 9!
The SpaceX Webcast is live! Read about this SpaceX launch, and watch the webcast here: wired.com/2017/05/watch-…
This cart shoots a ball into the air and catches it while moving. But how? trib.al/Od01tH6
I'm tooting my own story here, but I found this from Tom Insel, ex-NIMH and ex-Verily, to be brave and thoughtful. wired.com/2017/05/star-n…
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It all begins with a little robot named Optimus and its friend, the famous 6-foot-tall humanoid Atlas.
Nothin' a little shroom juice can't fix.
It all begins with a little robot named Optimus and its friend, the famous 6-foot-tall humanoid Atlas.
In case you were wondering if robot-made pizza is good.
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The benefits of serious running are not just physical. bit.ly/2pTlAdS
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Despite a mammoth effort, Eliud Kipchoge and Nike's effort came up short. Here's how how they tried to control the variables to break two
Despite a mammoth effort, Eliud Kipchoge and Nike's effort came up short. Here's how how they tried to control the variables to break two
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This cart shoots a ball into the air and catches it while moving. But how? trib.al/l1ckyrY
 
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