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The Political Theater of Controlling Ebola With Border Checks
At best, thermometer-wielding guards waste resources; at worst they slow aid and supplies. So why do we still build checkpoints?
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The Boring Company CEO makes a lot of promises about advancing tunneling and clearing congestion, but not everyone buys in.
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We Need to Talk About That 'Deadpool 2' Credits Scene
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Urban planners can ditch those outdated layouts and transform the city into a joyful mess of throughways and byways optimized not for cars but for people.
The Line Between Big Tech and Defense Work
Employees at Google are protesting a Pentagon contract. But there are few signs of unrest over CIA deals at Amazon and Microsoft.
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'Westworld' is artful, intelligent, and sleek. Warm and relatable? Not so much.
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The US Needs an Artificial Intelligence Strategy—Just Like France, China, and the EU
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