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Textio CEO Kieran Snyder talks to WIRED about training computers to make human language more inclusive.
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This week, Samsung hosted an event to show off Galaxy S20 phones, "Space Zoom" cameras and a new fold-y Flip. How seriously should we take these extravaganzas?
On this week's podcast, we discuss the coronavirus outbreak's impact on the economy, and the scary state of mobile voting security in the US.
On this week’s show, we talk about the Vine reboot Byte, and the Razr smartphone reboot, which now comes with a folding screen.
On this week’s podcast: hacking our oral hygiene with technology, and hacking espresso with science.
This week, the hosts debate whether one wheel is better than two, and whether a few buttons on a smartphone is better than none at all.
The Gadget Lab hosts look back at a show filled with fake-meat sliders, AI everything, and an ocean of electric scooters.
This week’s Gadget Lab podcast looks forward to CES 2020, where we expect to encounter facial-recognition tech in everything, the promise of 5G everywhere, and sex toys for everyone.
The Gadget Lab crew highlights their favorite things from this year, and then points ahead.
Computational biologist Laura Boykin collects cassava DNA with a pocket-sized gadget, then uses the data to fight the pathogens that threaten the vital staple crop.