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The Big Idea: Neurochips will fix our brains

I invented the world’s first brain chip. It can cure epilepsy, dementia, chronic pain and addiction—if Canada is ready to invest.

AI will transform the labour market

Many white-collar workers will find themselves out of jobs

How can we tell whether content is made by AI or a human? Label it.

Generative AI tools like ChatGPT are now able to create text, speech, art and video as well as people can. We need to know who made what.

The Big Idea: Airships are back, and they’re better than ever

With a bit of investment, they can help solve our supply chain woes

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How MSI’s newest laptop for creatives upgraded my day-to-day [Sponsored]

For today’s emergent creatives, setting yourself up with the best tech is step one

At a Formula E race in Berlin, Germany, a technician loads dry ice into an electric car to cool its batteries during a pit stop (Felix Clay/eyevine/Redux)

Formula E—the all-electric circuit race—is back and quiet as ever

The first Vancouver E-Prix will take place in False Creek over Canada Day weekend 2022

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Debating the pros and cons of Daylight Saving Time

Ahead of the end of this year’s daylight saving on Nov. 7, Shannon Proudfoot breaks down the pros and cons of the increasingly unpopular practice

How Moderna’s mRNA technology is revolutionizing health care

In the fight against COVID-19, Moderna stays ahead of the science with their mRNA platform, while also developing vaccine technology in other therapeutic areas

Touchscreens make life easy. Until they put it in peril.

Our editorial: Sometimes in our rush to adopt new technology, we inadvertently make things worse. And touchscreens might be Exhibit A.

Woman using phone while sitting in the driver's seat of self-driving cars

Everything you need to know about the future of self-driving cars

In the near future, we’ll be sharing the streets with driverless vehicles. Here’s what to expect when self-driving cars hit the road.

Should we break up the tech giants?

Timothy Wu says Facebook’s huge corporate scale may well make it a threat to democracy