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Intelligent Machines

The US may have just pulled even with China in the race to build supercomputing’s next big thing

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Better gene editing. Cheaper solar cells. Stretchable electronics. And smarter robots. Meet Jonas Cleveland, CEO of COSY, and the rest of our 2018 list of 35 Innovators Under 35.

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Tech journalism shouldn’t just explain technology, but seek to make it more of a force for good.

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