Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
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Wired is a monthly American magazine, published in print and online editions, that focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics.
Writer for Wired.
Michael Calore oversees WIRED's consumer products coverage in print and on the web, and is one of the hosts of WIRED's weekly podcast, Gadget Lab.
Digital director at WIRED, covering security, consumer technology, and anything else that seems interesting.
Tom Simonite is a senior writer for WIRED in San Francisco covering artificial intelligence and its effects on the world.
Journalist in Oakland, California. She is currently a senior writer for WIRED, where she writes about Silicon Valley, startups, and the business of technology.
Nature Will Triumph—and Reclaim All Our Gadgets
A new art exhibit, “The World After Us,” shows the power and ingenuity of nature to make use of machines in a world without humans.
Artists Explore the Many Uncanny Valleys of Tech Work
From San Francisco's de Young Museum to the pages of a new wave of memoirs, the creative class grapples with the role of human labor in the tech industry.
How This Guy Uses A.I. to Create Art
Artist Refik Anadol doesn't work with paintbrushes or clay. Instead, he uses large collections of data and machine learning algorithms to create mesmerizing and dynamic installations.
An Artist Used 99 Phones to Fake a Google Maps Traffic Jam
With his "Google Maps Hack," artist Simon Weckert draws attention to the systems we take for granted—and how we let them shape us.