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The Aspiration Impact Measurement rates companies based on how they treat people, and the planet. The post This App Guilts You Into Not Buying From Crummy Companies appeared first on WIRED.
Knowing which streets support cycling is a big step towards making safer spaces for those on two wheels. The post Handy ‘Stress Map’ Helps Cyclists Avoid the Scariest of Streets appeared first on WIRED.
With threatened cuts to foreign aid, technology could help homegrown health care workers cover at least some of the gap. The post TED Day Two: $1 Million for Tech to Spread Health Care Everywhere appeared first on WIRED.
And starts a new chapter of its autonomous saga. The post Google’s Finally Offering Rides in Its Self-Driving Minivans appeared first on WIRED.
If humans are at all going to get along with robots, we need to figure out how we’re going to interact with them, and in turn they’ll need to adapt to us. The post 4 Things Robots Need to Learn Before Working With Humans appeared first on WIRED.
This year, TED can’t keep the outside world out. The post TED Day One: Elite Idealists Push Back Against Politics appeared first on WIRED.
Salesforce has entered an alliance with QuintilesIMS aimed at helping life sciences companies move treatments from clinical phases to commercial applications more effectively. QuintilesIMS, formed last year through the merger of healthcare data provider IMS Health and medical research firm Quintiles Transnational, is one of the world’s largest integrated healthcare services companies.
And it’s not that crazy a plan. The post Uber Really Seriously Promises Flying Cars by 2020 appeared first on WIRED.
The author’s latest book is a family drama—that just happens to feature flying bears and a sentient, maneating plant. The post Jeff VanderMeer’s New Novel Makes Dystopia Seem Almost Fun appeared first on WIRED.
Having Coachella FOMO? Check out one of its coolest shows right here. The post Take a Trip Inside Coachella’s Psychedelic 120-Foot VR Dome appeared first on WIRED.