MIT Technology Review is a magazine published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It was founded in 1899 as The Technology Review, and was re-launched without the "The" in its name on April 23, 1998 under then publisher R. Bruce Journey. In September 2005, it underwent another transition under the current editor-in-chief and publisher, Jason Pontin, to a form resembling the historical magazine.

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  • Carbon and Adidas are #18 and #38 on Our List of 2017's 50 Smartest Companies
    Why Carbon made the list: Its novel 3-D printing process makes it possible to fabricate parts out of a wide variety of plastics. Read more: http://trib.al/bJ1bf7j Why Adidas made the list: Commercial production at its robot-heavy factory in Ansbach, Germany, is to begin this year, producing locally and on demand. A second factory has been announced in Atlanta. Read more: http://trib.al/sStHX5Y
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  • DJI is #25 on our list of 2017's 50 Smartest Companies
    Why DJI made our 50 Smartest Companies list: The China-based company continued to innovate in consumer drones and began expanding into drones for enterprise as well. DJI continues to lead the consumer drone market by making smaller, more capable aircraft at lower cost. https://www.technologyreview.com/lists/companies/2017/
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  • How Did Gene Therapy Go From Experimental Disasters to Wondrous Cures?
    Scientists have solved fundamental problems that were holding back cures for rare hereditary disorders. Next we’ll see if the same approach can take on cancer, heart disease, and other common illnesses. Read the full article here: http://trib.al/NDMbfSg This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read m...
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  • Why Website Takedowns and Other Internet Mischief Are Still Increasing
    The relentless push to add connectivity to home gadgets is creating dangerous side effects that figure to get even worse. Read the full story here: http://trib.al/cvd7116 This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • Paying With Your Face in China
    Face-detecting systems in China now authorize payments, provide access to facilities, and track down criminals. Will other countries follow? Read the full story here: http://trib.al/pyl3Pfk This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • Why 360-Degree Video Keeps Blowing Up Your Newsfeed
    Inexpensive cameras that make spherical images are opening a new era in photography and changing the way people share stories: http://trib.al/9tbup0y This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • Self-Driving Trucks Are Hitting the Highways
    What will this mean for the nation’s 1.7 million truck drivers? Read the full story here: http://trib.al/9UxVo4n This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • This Device Could Be a Big Boost for Making Solar Power Much Cheaper
    By converting heat to focused beams of light, a new solar device could create cheap and continuous power. Read the full story here: http://trib.al/9pyEUxB This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • A Brain Implant Is Helping a Paralyzed Monkey Walk Again
    Scientists are making remarkable progress at using brain implants to restore the freedom of movement that spinal cord injuries take away. Read the full article here: http://trib.al/6X7vC1c This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • The Next Big Thing in Machine Intelligence Is Coming
    By experimenting, computers are figuring out how to do things that no programmer could teach them. Read the full article here: http://trib.al/JG80XKQ This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • Practical Quantum Computers Are Finally Within Reach
    Advances at Google, Intel, and several research groups indicate that computers with previously unimaginable power are finally within reach. Read the full story here: http://trib.al/FfkBPz9 This is part of our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017 list. To read about the other technologies we think are changing life as we know, read more here: http://trib.al/7PuDyKe
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  • Let's Go for a Test Drive in a Self-Driving Uber
    Follow MIT Technology Review Editor Will Knight on a ride through Pittsburgh in a semi-autonomous Uber. Read more: http://trib.al/oNWkTui Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technologyreview/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/techreview
  • Meet the World's First Completely Soft Robot
    This adorable robot uses a microfluidic chip to move, rather than any computer chips, batteries, or other hard electronics: http://trib.al/Oc3Vzrz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technologyreview/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/techreview
  • The Sewing Robot That Could Take the Sweat Out of Sweatshops
    Much of the garment-making process is still done by hand. Sewbo hopes to change that. Read more: http://trib.al/yHjewnX Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technologyreview/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/techreview
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  • Learning to Prosper in a Factory Town
    A town in South Carolina has bet its future on high-tech manufacturing. Read more: http://trib.al/uQ1dWcj Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technologyreview/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/techreview
  • MIT Technology Review Meets Anki's Cozmo
    Anki's Cozmo robot uses sensors, facial recognition, and mapping technologies to explore and invite you to play games. Read more: http://trib.al/tILjRZC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technologyreview/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/techreview
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  • How is Tech Affecting Kids?
    Technology Review Talk at Google - Live date: November 28, 2016 5:30 PM-7:00 PM We'll look at how technology affects the brains, habits, and outlook of young people. How should parents and teachers think about and moderate the use of technology? And, is this an issue that should be considered on a policy level, beyond individual homes and schools? Panelists: Dr. Cynthia Breazeal Associa...
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  • Changing Media, Changing Politics
    We look at how shifting technology has altered the media environment in 2016. What has been the impact on the presidential race? Plus, how might this affect a president’s ability to govern, shape policy, and communicate with the public? Guests: Deb Roy, Chief Media Scientist, Twitter; Professor at MIT Nicco Mele, Director of the Shorenstein Center at Harvard

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