November 6-9, 2017

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Intelligent Machines

This AI Learns Your Fashion Sense and Invents Your Next Outfit

A new kind of AI system could create personalized clothing based on a shopper’s taste.

Rewriting Life

UK Biobank Supercharges Medicine with Gene Data on 500,000 Brits

A database of DNA and health measurements is offering new clues into everything from who gets diabetes to who likes a pint of beer.

Sustainable Energy

This Startup Developed a Promising New Battery Material—and a Novel Survival Strategy

Kenan Sahin made $1.5 billion on his first company. Now he’s using his resources and experience to advance lithium-ion cathodes, propel electric vehicles, and help other battery startups succeed.

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Connectivity

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