As Facebook, Google, and Twitter continue to do damage control over their platforms’ role in unauthorized data collection, foreign election meddling, and the spread of fake news in the United States, new
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These simple behaviors are easy to fall into when you’re nervous, but they can make listeners think twice about taking you seriously. Every speaker needs to be credible. If your audience spends the duration
This lab is revealing the hidden workings of babies’ brains… and could prove key in getting earlier support to children who have neurological differences like autism. I am sitting in a lab in London, my
A vast cartoon dog in glowing 3D illuminates the night sky – along with a luminous giraffe, giant purple orchids, a psychedelic horse and chariot, trains, planes, abstract art, a radiant walk-in temple...
Bangalore is the worst city in the world for unchecked urbanisation TV Ramachandra, Indian Institute of Science The city stretches so far. It is like a new world where I know no one and nothing Tan returning
There has been a lot of scary news about big data — about corporations or government invading your privacy. But imagine if we could use our data to make our lives better. That is at the center of artist
The staggering scope of the country’s infrastructure initiative—and what it means for the international order The Pakistani town of Gwadar was until recently filled with the dust-colored cinderblock houses
As Donald Trump surrenders America’s global commitments, Xi Jinping is learning to pick up the pieces. Audio: Listen to this story. To hear more feature stories, download the Audm app for your iPhone.
Since it decriminalised all drugs in 2001, Portugal has seen dramatic drops in overdoses, HIV infection and drug-related crime. By Susana Ferreira When the drugs came, they hit all at once. It was the
Iceland is cold. But it sits atop one of the world’s hottest underground regions, giving the country the ability to tap into a massive store of geothermal energy held by live volcanoes beneath Icelanders’
When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling error stopped them. They were digitally looting an account of the Bangladesh Central Bank,
Imagine you get this email. You don't know the sender, but you open it anyway. How long would you keep reading? Dear Jeff,I hope you're having a great President's Day! I definitely am. Even though I'm