piggy in danger

Biggie was right. This week on Innovation Hub: money problems. Read more....

kill switches

With the help of technology, creditors are going to unprecedented (and sometimes illegal) lengths to pursue debtors. Read more....

Dauphin

There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But could that change? We explore the idea of a “guaranteed basic income.” Read more....

paper dolls

Where do Facebook likes come from? Friends, fans, and - if you’ve got money - Bangladesh. Filmmaker Garrett Bradley takes us into the world of paid Facebook likes. Read more....

sheep

This week on Innovation Hub, we’ve got stories about modification, in all its forms. Read more....

status quo

Did you love trigonometry in high school? Yeah… probably not. Steven Strogatz tells us why we should require less math. And why we should make the math we DO require more fun.

You may be addicted to technology. After all, you’re reading this online. Mo Lotman says we need to be more skeptical than we are of the technology that pervades our lives.

Janette Sadik-Khan says that adding more lanes to highways just leads to more traffic. She tells us how cities are getting smarter about cars.

streetlight

If you want to see the future of smart cities, go out at night and look up. Amy Huntington explains how streetlights can be high tech. Read more....

Chalkboard

Were you bored during math class? That’s a problem. Steven Strogatz tells us how to fix it. Read more....

scientist with test tube

Is technology all it’s cracked up to be? Mo Lotman, a self-described “technoskeptic,” thinks not. Read more....

bullet train

Janette Sadik-Khan thinks it’s time we take to the streets and fix our transportation problems. Read more....

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