Attribution 4.0 International
by Joi Ito
July 30, 2018
We’re in a modern Cambrian era, sorting through an explosion of technologies enabled by the Internet.
We learn best when we are pursuing our passion and working with others in a project-based environment with a playful approach.
Not only do we Japanese have no fear of our new robot overlords, we’re kind of looking forward to them.
By Joi ItoAround the time I turned 40, I decided to address the trifecta of concerns I had about climate change, animal rights, and ...
The latest enthusiasm for eternal life largely stems from the belief that technology will enhance humans and make them immortal.
Academics, economists, and AI researchers often undervalue the role of intuition in science. Here's why they're wrong.
Liberals and conservatives alike love—and fear—the idea of giving free money to everyone. But we have to try it anyway.
Many cryptocurrency speculators are banking on the theory that someone dumber than them will buy their tokens for more than they paid.
By Joi Ito
The pediatrician and professor who first drew national attention to the water crisis in Flint received the first Disobedience Award.
Experts in information science and scholarly communication convene at MIT to set research agenda.