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Freeman Dyson’s Letters Offer Another Glimpse of Genius
Through his correspondence, the renowned physicist revealed himself as a different sort of thinker—casually wise, surprisingly earnest, and always attuned to the multiple layers of our human existence.
The Neuroscience of Picking a Presidential Candidate
How new technology is allowing campaigns to tap into the subconscious thoughts and feelings of potential voters.
Could New Research on A.I. and White-Collar Jobs Finally Bring About a Strong Policy Response?
Artificial intelligence may end up assisting human workers rather than doing their jobs for them. Either way, the uncertainty is likely to cause alarm.
When Russia and America Coöperated to Avert a Y2K Apocalypse
The Causes and Consequences of Berlin’s Rapid Gentrification
The city’s reputation as a place where artists and creative types can afford to live as they please is eroding.
体育投注网平台Why a Psychiatrist Collected Premonitions
Sam Knight discusses his reporting on how a psychiatrist set out to collect the dreams and forebodings of the British public.