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Everything dies, including information

Quite a bit, according to the experts. For one thing, what we think is permanent isn’t. Digital storage systems can become unreadable...

Cars are still cars—even when they’re electric

When Biden arrived at General Motors, he jumped behind the wheel not of a Bolt, the company’s electric subcompact car, but the...

How scientists want to make you young again

A little over 15 years ago, scientists at Kyoto University in Japan made a remarkable discovery. When they added just four proteins to...

Inside the enigmatic minds of animals

In stating his ambition to “explore their senses to better understand their lives,” Yong is true to his word. A longtime staffer...

We used to get excited about technology. What happened?

I had blinked at the aesthetic poverty of the most recent pitch for Meta’s Horizon Worlds VR game, featuring Mark Zuckerberg’s dead-eyed...

When you lose weight, where does it go?

We use energy all the time, whether we’re running, eating, or sleeping. The energy we use at rest—to pump blood, digest food,...

Alex Hanna left Google to try to save AI’s future

It was a move that capped a dramatic period in Hanna’s professional life. In late 2020, her manager, Timnit Gebru, had been fired...

The debate over whether aging is a disease rages on

Ming Guo, the director of UCLA’s Aging Center, likes this revision for its accuracy—and its potential. “It acknowledges aging and offers the opportunity...

Technology that lets us speak to our dead relatives has arrived. Are we ready?

Scripted bits like this sounded stilted and strange, but as we moved on, with my mother recounting memories and speaking in her...

Inside effective altruism, where the far future counts a lot more more the present

Within effective altruism’s framework, selecting one’s career is just as important as choosing where to make donations. EA defines a professional “fit”...

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