New high-resolution satellites, AIs, and data tools are going to let us study Earth, and ourselves, in greater detail than ever before. That's going to come with "unthinkable" problems.
By pulling 99 phones down empty streets, artist Simon Wreckert made it look like they were gridlocked on Google Maps.
The map displays how people all over the world receive benefits from the environment, and who is most likely to lose them due to land use issues and the climate crisis.
The new research could be useful for the development of spin-based quantum computers.
If we do nothing to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the weather in New York City will feel like Alabama and Los Angeles will be as hot as the tip of the Baja Peninsula.
Generated from satellite data, the maps track losses and gains of land used for agriculture, forests, urbanization, and more.
It tells 4,000 years of human migration, breeding, and war.
Navigate the world of literature through the books that impacted a country’s population the most.
HBO commissioned designer V/SUAL to make a Thrones-themed skate deck
The real question is, can a search engine result show us deeper connections to want fans want from games globally?
All roads lead to Rome, and now you can understand them at a glance.
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