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Author and Pentagon advisor John Arquilla believes that today’s big weapons systems are wrong for modern battle.
A breakthrough explores the challenges–and suggests the financial possibilities–of creating quantum networks.
The most notorious promoter of the 1990s telecom boom has been proved right.
Rethinking privacy in an immodest age.
The new field known as archeogenetics is illuminating prehistory.
New reactor technologies offer poorer nations cheap, safe, efficient power. Sanctions designed to prevent the proliferation of weapons impede their use. What would a better policy look like?
The democratization of cruise missile technology.
The science fiction of Algis Budrys showed literary artistry.
Computers outperform humans at recognizing faces in recent tests.
In the face of climate change, a founding father of the greens argues, the movement must embrace whatever works–even if that happens to be nuclear power, mass urbanization, or genetic modification.