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Robots want to be your friend Special

New York - Will robots take over the world? If not the world, then maybe our jobs. Do advances in artificial intelligence portend a time when humans are no longer masters of technology but its slaves?

Tinder’s top yenta wants to connect the world Special

New York - Swipe left or swipe right. Reject or accept a date with someone you’ve never met. Whatever you choose, Tinder’s CEO Sean Rad still wins. Rolling Stone magazine calls Rad the biggest yenta in the world, promoting free love across the globe.

Plotting Netflix’s future: pain equals success Special

New York - There’s a big difference between strategy and tactics, says Netflix’s CEO and co-founder Reed Hastings. He sums it up in a simple equation: strategy = pain.

What happens when your clothes talk back to you? Special

New York - Clothing has served many purposes – it keeps us warm, provokes attention or makes us inconspicuous; it can be practical or seductive. But it’s never been able to communicate with us – until now.

Reverse aging? Eliminate disease? Bring back the Neanderthal? Special

New York - Why wait for evolution to act if genetic technology can accelerate the process, especially if it can give us longer and healthier lives? That’s the message the eminent Harvard geneticist George Church wants to get out.

Adam Lanza's father's first interview since Sandy Hook killings

Peter Lanza, Adam's father, has spoken publicly for the first time about his son and the deadly killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.

The New Yorker Magazine’s Facebook page gets banned

The New Yorker’s very popular Facebook page found itself on the wrong side of Facebook censorship on Monday and their page was temporarily banned. At issue is a cartoon by Mick Stevens depicting an Adam and Eve scenario sitting under a tree.

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