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Introducing this year’s list of 35 Innovators Under 35

How do you know what’s coming next, especially with a topic as fast-moving as technology? MIT Technology Review’s annual list of 35 Innovators Under 35 seeks to answer that question by spotlighting the young people driving the next wave of ...

21 days ago

Back to school with ChatGPT

Welcome back to What’s Next in Tech. In this edition, understand how Yale University is approaching ChatGPT this school year—and why it never considered banning the technology. Then, find out about a biotech company’s experiment to treat Pa...

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What happens when AI makes its way into warfare?

Welcome back to What’s Next in Tech. In this edition, explore the complex questions that get raised when artificial intelligence makes its way into warfare. Then, learn about a new watermarking tool from Google DeepMind intended to help ide...

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A look into the future of open source

Welcome back to What’s Next in Tech. In this edition, find out how the open-source software movement was born, how it's evolved in the decades since, and where it’ll go in the future. Then, examine how the Inflation Reduction Act is transfo...

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