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The technology of lenses has made art richer and more meaningful for hundreds of years. A Gerhard Richter retrospective shows Germany’s most famous artist responding to the camera over a lifetime of painting.
The path computing has taken wasn’t inevitable. Even today’s machines rely on a seminal insight from the scientist who cracked Nazi Germany’s codes.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg will eventually have to deal with the fact that all growth has limits.
A leading researcher says digital technologies are about to make health care more effective. But is so much data really beneficial?
Nuclear proliferation in the 21st century should force the United States to reconsider whether the principle of deterrence actually promotes stability and peace.
Lavish electronic-book projects point toward the pinnacle of the medium.
Scientists and the journals that publish them have a difficult time admitting to mistakes. That does real harm to both their disciplines and the public.
The bitcoin, a virtual medium of exchange, could be a real alternative to government-issued money—but only if it survives hoarding by speculators.
Online services set content free from the physical world’s constraints—including those that have defined the very idea of possession.
Politicians and policy experts talk as if climate change can be an afterthought in energy policy. They should think again.