Cities are using techniques borrowed from public health and machine learning to figure out what to do with people after they get arrested. The post How Algorithms Could Help Keep People Out of Jail appeared first on WIRED.
The White House Science Fair and Maker Faire celebrate students pushing the limits of science and technology. With photography by Platon. The post The Genius Kids Behind Obama's Favorite Science Projects appeared first on WIRED.
Precision medicine---and two terabytes of genomic data---saved one man's life. The post How Doctors Could One Day Use Your DNA to Cure You appeared first on WIRED.
She sings in multimedia pop acts, and she rocks a different prosthesis depending on the performance. The post Bionic Artist Viktoria Modesta Transcends the Human Body appeared first on WIRED.
People are realizing that when the floods come or the heat wave settles, neighbors are the true first responders. We must nurture those social ties. The post Want to Survive Climate Change? You’ll Need a Good Community appeared first on WIRED.
Feeding the world of tomorrow is technologically feasible with existing tools (and some creative thinking). It'll just take some work. The post With 9B Mouths to Feed by 2050, We Have to Get Busy Now appeared first on WIRED.
The new series, <em>Mars</em>, mixes documentary and speculation to tell the parallel stories of fictional future explorers and the pioneers of today. The post Inside Nat Geo's Incredible Documentary Mission to Mars appeared first on WIRED.