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How Index Ventures became Europe’s startup success factory (wired.co.uk)
1 point by imartin2k 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
Neil deGrasse Tyson: The future of science in the US is bleak (wired.co.uk)
14 points by okket 7 days ago | past | web | discuss
Montreal has reinvented itself as the world's AI startup powerhouse (wired.co.uk)
4 points by myth_drannon 10 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
The Cavendish banana is facing extinction (wired.co.uk)
58 points by Jaruzel 10 days ago | past | web | 67 comments
Stripe has democratised online payments and reshaped the digital economy (wired.co.uk)
128 points by how-about-this 15 days ago | past | web | 43 comments
False memories and false confessions: the psychology of imagined crimes (wired.co.uk)
1 point by rustcharm 15 days ago | past | web
The epic tale of China's out of this world plan for space domination (wired.co.uk)
1 point by devy 17 days ago | past | web
A tale of the unending hunt for dark matter (wired.co.uk)
46 points by devy 17 days ago | past | web | 28 comments
What if everything we know about dark matter is totally wrong? (wired.co.uk)
1 point by fanf2 20 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
If we don't act now, Article 13 could break the internet by mistake UK (wired.co.uk)
5 points by walterbell 20 days ago | past | web
Is Palmer Luckey right about Magic Leap being a tragic heap? (wired.co.uk)
5 points by JumpCrisscross 21 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
Why the phrase 'space tourism' should be avoided at all costs UK (wired.co.uk)
2 points by rbanffy 26 days ago | past | web
The unending hunt for Planet Nine, our solar system's hidden world (wired.co.uk)
1 point by okket 26 days ago | past | web
A prosthetics artist creating gadget limbs for amputees (2013) (wired.co.uk)
1 point by DoreenMichele 27 days ago | past | web
How DeepMind's biggest AI project is fixing bad Android batteries (wired.co.uk)
2 points by mendeza 30 days ago | past | web
How DeepMind's biggest AI project is fixing bad Android batteries (wired.co.uk)
4 points by jonbaer 33 days ago | past | web
How DeepMind's biggest AI project is fixing bad Android batteries (wired.co.uk)
2 points by abhiminator 35 days ago | past | web
The ethical problems that AI can pose are clear (wired.co.uk)
2 points by rbanffy 36 days ago | past | web
To reduce inequality, Wikipedia should consider paying editors (wired.co.uk)
1 point by pella 39 days ago | past | web
[dupe] Is Palmer Luckey right about Magic Leap being a tragic heap? (wired.co.uk)
11 points by HBlix 47 days ago | past | web | 8 comments
The Pixel 3 won't be a runaway success, but Google doesn't care UK (wired.co.uk)
1 point by rbanffy 54 days ago | past | web
Yuval Noah Harari on what the year 2050 has in store for humankind (wired.co.uk)
9 points by gyre007 54 days ago | past | web
Yuval Noah Harari on what the year 2050 has in store for humankind (wired.co.uk)
11 points by cryptozeus 55 days ago | past | web | 5 comments
It's time to address artificial intelligence's ethical problems (wired.co.uk)
1 point by jonbaer 58 days ago | past | web
New cars, new cameras, new CEO: Inside F1's race to reinvent itself (wired.co.uk)
2 points by kaboro 58 days ago | past | web
Inside the bluster and lies of Petro, Venezuela's cryptocurrency scam (wired.co.uk)
1 point by olivermarks 59 days ago | past | web
Tuesday briefing: Google faces legal action over stored Location History data (wired.co.uk)
2 points by Mimino123 61 days ago | past | web
A graphene breakthrough hints at the future of battery power (wired.co.uk)
2 points by T-A 61 days ago | past | web
All that's wrong with Nintendo's heavy-handed ROM crackdown (wired.co.uk)
2 points by doener 62 days ago | past | web
Yuval Noah Harari on what the year 2050 has in store for humankind (wired.co.uk)
1 point by thebigship 62 days ago | past | web
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