Plus: Silicon Valley’s reaction to Snowden, journalists’ relationships with their subjects, and an unpleasant surprise for hikers.
A new feature from Amazon allows the intelligent assistant to ask users to clarify requests, such as “Dim the lights.”
A new Facebook project pits humans against algorithms, to expose the systems' weaknesses and help make them better.
Four congressmembers say formulas that include race as a factor can hurt Black Americans' access to care.
Guests like Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar, hacker Matt Mitchell, and journalist Maria Ressa talk about shifting power dynamics—and changing who's in control.
Governor Gavin Newsom outlines an ambitious plan for the nation's largest state to rely exclusively on electric-powered passenger cars and trucks.
At the WIRED25 event, the two investors say traditional venture capital misses opportunities because it is a monoculture.
At our virtual conference, the journalist and CEO of Rappler explained how the goal isn't just to spread lies but to blur our sense of true and false.
The neighborhood-focused social network leans on local human moderators as well as AI, she explained at WIRED's virtual W25 conference.
Reducing the cost of electric vehicles is all about a cheaper battery. Tesla outlined a plan that includes making more of the components itself.
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