Kids might be disappointed.
Longer lifespans and a changing job market means maybe we should find more time for learning.
What happens when two fundamentally opposite philosophies clash.
For the second time ever, a truly permanent artificial heart was implanted into a patient. This is just the beginning.
No more wires; no more earphones; more play buttons. Just thoughts—and scans of those thoughts, meandering about your brain.
Some futurists think that in just decades, humans will sprint faster than horses, people will shoot guns with near-perfect accuracy using bionic eyes, and athletes will swim entire races without taking a breath.