If a person stands little chance of ever being wealthy, perhaps playing the lottery is a rational decision.
The pandemic and the Great Resignation fed into a perfect storm of inflation — and some restaurateurs cleaned up.
Wealthier in resources; poorer in time.
It can write 5-minute songs based on short text prompts.
Changes in the world population are determined by two metrics: the number of babies born, and number of people dying.
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works engineering division has devised many jaw-dropping aircraft. Here are some of the best — and one ship.
Burj Al Babas may one day be full of wealthy vacationers, but for now it’s a ghost town in the center of Turkey.
Unmasking a "convenient untruth" in U.S. politics.
Modern robotics are creating a kind of cultural paradox, where the best religion is the one that eventually involves no humans at all.
It’s far less likely to wander into bizarre lies, emotional rants, and manipulative tangents.
Instead of giving the 239 suffering families and the public a true story, Netflix exploited a horrifying tragedy to push conspiracy theories.
Social media has made yelling past each other all the easier.
The restoration of public confidence is crucial for strong democratic governance around the world.
Are anti-workers the lazy children of privilege or the brave vanguard of a utopic upheaval?
The state of global democracy is relatively strong — but there are clear signs of recent erosion.
3D-printing robots are being used to build a 100-home housing development in the US state of Texas.
Hint: They hold off on talking about their alien god until much later.
The typical car is parked 95% of the time.
How to separate the reality from the conspiracy theory.
ChatGPT doesn’t understand physics, but it memorizes very well and puts in extra effort.
The danger posed by conversational AI isn't that it can say weird or dark things; it's personalized manipulation for nefarious purposes.
Spying is not usually done these days with balloons because they're an easy target and are not completely controllable.
Was it the enormous magnitude of the quake, or is the problem with the buildings?
A study out of Sweden shows that the highest earning men are slightly less intelligent than those just below them on the economic ladder.
They cost $1,400 and will make you feel like you’re always on a moving sidewalk.