By Max Tegmark 5 min read
1. AI is coming for your job. To safeguard your career, go for jobs that machines are bad at – involving people, unpredictability and creativity. Avoid careers about to get automated away, involv
By Susan H. Gordon 5 min read
Scientists Serge Haroche and David Wineland were honored in Stockholm last week with the Nobel Prize for Physics. The century of physics history that's led to their bridging the classic-quantum gap is filled with unimaginably imaginative minds, including New York City’s populist physicist Richard Feynman, Erwin Schrödinger, and key quantum names like Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr. The following four titles are the tales of how they got us here.