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WIRED UK

Jan/Feb 2020
Magazine

WIRED is the Magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need and want to know what’s next. WIRED will always deliver stimulating and compelling content and stunning design and photography. If you want an inside track to the future, then WIRED is your magazine.

WIRED UK

CREATING WIRED

What kind of internet do we want? (Let’s not ask Facebook)

An unobstructed, live view from above • ICEYE’s micro-satellites can monitor disasters, lost shipping vessels and melting ice – by seeing through cloud

The sound of Silicon Allee • Berlin puts the techno into music technology startups, thanks to its long association with clubbing culture and electronics for DJs

FEELING LONELY? SPIN THE BUDDYHUB WHEEL AND JOIN A REAL-WORLD SOCIAL NETWORK

Energy unlimited • An extraordinary experiment in nuclear fusion is taking shape in a giant shed in France. It could change our lives

Transatlantic capital gains • Investor Danny Rimer has funded founders across the world. Now he’s returned to London to take European startups global

DRONES THAT STOP BULLETS AND SAVE LIVES: ASTRAL AR’S GUN CRIME SOLUTION

Carving out a niche in Hollywood • In the west of England, a robotic arm is churning out perfect movie props for Tinseltown

All-terrain intelligence • The British Army is getting a major battlefield boost: meet Ajax, the digital armoured vehicle that’s adaptable, upgradable – and even autonomous

Hacked off: the Muslim exiles who defy China • Beijing is suspected of weaponising social media to spread ethnic terror abroad

A unified approach to reuniting all your online selves • Your digital self is fragmented and wholly owned by third parties – but identity activist Kaliya Young has a plan to help us pull ourselves together, and make tech fairer for all

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs for their book recommendations

Astroscreen’s algorithm against astroturfing • AI and human expertise combine to combat social-media disinformation

Global cooling: fashioning new apparel from landfill • Where the clothing industry sees trash, the Raeburn brothers find inspiration for innovation

The African upstart that beat Spotify • Boomplay is the Lagos-based streaming startup that commands the continent – now it's looking to bring its fresh sounds to Europe

New year New you • Range finder: photographer Joe McGorty enjoys hanging out beneath a projecting limestone crag in the Italian Dolomites

Mountain movers • El Capitan beckons. Upscale your outdoor pursuits, as well as your kit, and remember: straight arms are happy arms

Ski school • Whether it’s technique-polishing wearables or the hottest eco apparel, it’s all downhill from here to exhilarating peak performance

Face values • From Margate to New York, we’ve pinpointed all the latest boosters for beard, skin and scent

Spin doctor • For the best race medicine, we prescribe Wahoo’s KICKR bike

Junglist sound • Show them love, and they make sweet music. Withhold it and they moan. Who said plants don’t have souls?

Big Brüder • Go where no caravan has gone before in a high-tech trailer that lets you enjoy the great outdoors from a great indoors

The life aquatic • Glide back to the retro cool of the 1950s Italian Riviera in this elegant electric leisure cruiser

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Intelligence everywhere: the smart future is coming • At a recent event, QuantumBlack and WIRED explored the big changes coming in the next decade to every business. They’ll be driven by AI – where humans and machines play key roles

IRRAKHI • We can do away with passport checks, says the founder of Zamna – and the blockchain is the key

THE SMARTEST...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 152 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: Jan/Feb 2020

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WIRED is the Magazine for smart, intellectually curious people who need and want to know what’s next. WIRED will always deliver stimulating and compelling content and stunning design and photography. If you want an inside track to the future, then WIRED is your magazine.

WIRED UK

CREATING WIRED

What kind of internet do we want? (Let’s not ask Facebook)

An unobstructed, live view from above • ICEYE’s micro-satellites can monitor disasters, lost shipping vessels and melting ice – by seeing through cloud

The sound of Silicon Allee • Berlin puts the techno into music technology startups, thanks to its long association with clubbing culture and electronics for DJs

FEELING LONELY? SPIN THE BUDDYHUB WHEEL AND JOIN A REAL-WORLD SOCIAL NETWORK

Energy unlimited • An extraordinary experiment in nuclear fusion is taking shape in a giant shed in France. It could change our lives

Transatlantic capital gains • Investor Danny Rimer has funded founders across the world. Now he’s returned to London to take European startups global

DRONES THAT STOP BULLETS AND SAVE LIVES: ASTRAL AR’S GUN CRIME SOLUTION

Carving out a niche in Hollywood • In the west of England, a robotic arm is churning out perfect movie props for Tinseltown

All-terrain intelligence • The British Army is getting a major battlefield boost: meet Ajax, the digital armoured vehicle that’s adaptable, upgradable – and even autonomous

Hacked off: the Muslim exiles who defy China • Beijing is suspected of weaponising social media to spread ethnic terror abroad

A unified approach to reuniting all your online selves • Your digital self is fragmented and wholly owned by third parties – but identity activist Kaliya Young has a plan to help us pull ourselves together, and make tech fairer for all

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs for their book recommendations

Astroscreen’s algorithm against astroturfing • AI and human expertise combine to combat social-media disinformation

Global cooling: fashioning new apparel from landfill • Where the clothing industry sees trash, the Raeburn brothers find inspiration for innovation

The African upstart that beat Spotify • Boomplay is the Lagos-based streaming startup that commands the continent – now it's looking to bring its fresh sounds to Europe

New year New you • Range finder: photographer Joe McGorty enjoys hanging out beneath a projecting limestone crag in the Italian Dolomites

Mountain movers • El Capitan beckons. Upscale your outdoor pursuits, as well as your kit, and remember: straight arms are happy arms

Ski school • Whether it’s technique-polishing wearables or the hottest eco apparel, it’s all downhill from here to exhilarating peak performance

Face values • From Margate to New York, we’ve pinpointed all the latest boosters for beard, skin and scent

Spin doctor • For the best race medicine, we prescribe Wahoo’s KICKR bike

Junglist sound • Show them love, and they make sweet music. Withhold it and they moan. Who said plants don’t have souls?

Big Brüder • Go where no caravan has gone before in a high-tech trailer that lets you enjoy the great outdoors from a great indoors

The life aquatic • Glide back to the retro cool of the 1950s Italian Riviera in this elegant electric leisure cruiser

Required jacket

Intelligence everywhere: the smart future is coming • At a recent event, QuantumBlack and WIRED explored the big changes coming in the next decade to every business. They’ll be driven by AI – where humans and machines play key roles

IRRAKHI • We can do away with passport checks, says the founder of Zamna – and the blockchain is the key

THE SMARTEST...


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