January 05, 2018

Begin and Brzezinski play chess at Camp David, September 9, 1978. Credit: Central Intelligence Agency

The lives – and regrets – behind the scientists who created our weapons of war.

Chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov tells us what he learned from losing to a very smart computer.

Writer and blogger Cory Doctorow explains how science-fiction can help us imagine the future, and prepare for it.

Cory Doctorow, Jennet Conant, nuclear war, chess, Garry Kasparov

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