This week, we cover the latest news from Meta: AI-enabled smart glasses, a VR headset, and an army of fresh chatbots.
Journalist and author Paul Tough tells us about what’s driving rising tuition fees, lower enrollment, and the myth of college as an equalizer in the US.
This week, we wrap up all the news from Apple’s launch event: the iPhone’s USB-C port, iCloud+ inflation, and of course, the Double Tap control on Apple Watch.
This week, we discuss how adding animated chats to Roblox will advance the company’s plan to enrich its virtual world.
Self-driving-car pioneer and Aurora CEO Chris Urmson insists driverless trucks won’t immediately put people out of jobs—even as he moves full speed ahead with his company’s self-driving software.
This week, we discuss a recent legal case in Illinois that illustrates how police overreach into school discipline has affected students and their families.
This week, we talk about what’s causing the heat waves, storms, fires, and other extreme atmospheric events we’ve been living through this summer, and how humanity can prepare for a very hot future.
Mustafa Suleyman, cofounder of DeepMind and Inflection AI, talks about how AI and other technologies will take over everything—and possibly threaten the very structure of the nation-state.
C, better known as Grimes, talks with us on Have a Nice Future about everything from AI-generated music and art to education and politics—and about the idea of “traditional masculinity.”