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WIRED UK

Nov/Dec 2019
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

Our planet is on the threshold – but businesses can pull us from the brink

The space invader • A telescope in South Africa is unlocking our galaxy’s secrets

Beauty is in the app of the beholder • 3D artist Ines Alpha creates digital AR-filter make-up that rebels against the ‘make yourself perfect’ contours of selfie dysmorphia

The prisoners liberated by AI • For inmates in Finland, artificial intelligence may be an escape route into digital-first employment

New horizons for high tech • Designing 22 Bishopsgate – at 278 metres, the UK’s second tallest skyscraper – required some blue-sky thinking from the architects

Animating an inner animal • How do you give a talking CGI animal a soul? That was the big challenge facing the upcoming TV serialisation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials

Iddris Sandu: going straight back to Compton • A chance meeting in an LA library took this young technologist from South Central to Silicon Valley. Now he wants to give inner-city kids the tools to succeed

Libra’s true cost: democratic rule will pay the price • Facebook’s virtual currency has the potential to dominate the financial markets – and give the tech giant the power to dictate to governments

THE NEW TASTE OF SUSTAINABILITY: MAKING BUG PROTEIN DELICIOUS FOR FISHES

Meet AI’s conscience • Terah Lyons is working to ensure artificial intelligence doesn’t forget to keep humans at its heart

Notre Dame rises again with 50 billion data points as the blueprint for reconstruction

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs about their newest EARLY ADOPTERS podcast discoveries

Heading off brain injury • How a mouthguard helps doctors monitor the impact of concussions on rugby players

Automating the EU’s biggest port • From self-driving ships to containers that can converse with cranes and unmanned patrol vessels, Rotterdam has plans to be the continent’s most advanced shipping hub

The Data Decade: ten years of AI • Artificial intelligence has transformed numerous sectors – but the biggest changes are yet to come, says QuantumBlack, a McKinsey company

A map for defeating diseases • When a close relative developed Parkinson’s, Katharina Volz got to work. Her AI is now creating a 3D database that could reveal new therapies for the most intractable conditions

THREE SERVINGS A DAY FOR GOOD HEALTH

How London’s startups can reach the next level • J.P. Morgan Private Bank isn’t just funding the tech scene – its expertise is building impactful businesses

LUXURY 2019-20 EDITION

THINKING GLOBALLY • Poor experiences in sending money abroad inspired Ismail Ahmed to build WorldRemit – now it’s on the verge of becoming a unicorn

EXITING YOUR STARTUP • You’ve spent years growing your business – but now you want to sell. WIRED asks veteran investors, founders and experts how to get the best deal

CASSIE KOZYRKOV: CHOOSING SUCCESS • By bringing psychology and diversity to its AI strategies, Google’s chief decision scientist helps the tech giant harness its vast data cache

WORKING ON YOUR WELLBEING • Firms are finding creative ways of keeping workers happy and productive

ESCAPE PODS ARE LEADING THE NEW SPACE RACE • Open-plan offices are great for collaboration – but sometimes you need a little privacy. WIRED calls a meeting of micro-rooms to order

The desire for detail • WIRED partners with automotive maestros McLaren to uncover...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 158 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: Nov/Dec 2019

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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

Our planet is on the threshold – but businesses can pull us from the brink

The space invader • A telescope in South Africa is unlocking our galaxy’s secrets

Beauty is in the app of the beholder • 3D artist Ines Alpha creates digital AR-filter make-up that rebels against the ‘make yourself perfect’ contours of selfie dysmorphia

The prisoners liberated by AI • For inmates in Finland, artificial intelligence may be an escape route into digital-first employment

New horizons for high tech • Designing 22 Bishopsgate – at 278 metres, the UK’s second tallest skyscraper – required some blue-sky thinking from the architects

Animating an inner animal • How do you give a talking CGI animal a soul? That was the big challenge facing the upcoming TV serialisation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials

Iddris Sandu: going straight back to Compton • A chance meeting in an LA library took this young technologist from South Central to Silicon Valley. Now he wants to give inner-city kids the tools to succeed

Libra’s true cost: democratic rule will pay the price • Facebook’s virtual currency has the potential to dominate the financial markets – and give the tech giant the power to dictate to governments

THE NEW TASTE OF SUSTAINABILITY: MAKING BUG PROTEIN DELICIOUS FOR FISHES

Meet AI’s conscience • Terah Lyons is working to ensure artificial intelligence doesn’t forget to keep humans at its heart

Notre Dame rises again with 50 billion data points as the blueprint for reconstruction

EARLY ADOPTERS • WIRED asks three entrepreneurs about their newest EARLY ADOPTERS podcast discoveries

Heading off brain injury • How a mouthguard helps doctors monitor the impact of concussions on rugby players

Automating the EU’s biggest port • From self-driving ships to containers that can converse with cranes and unmanned patrol vessels, Rotterdam has plans to be the continent’s most advanced shipping hub

The Data Decade: ten years of AI • Artificial intelligence has transformed numerous sectors – but the biggest changes are yet to come, says QuantumBlack, a McKinsey company

A map for defeating diseases • When a close relative developed Parkinson’s, Katharina Volz got to work. Her AI is now creating a 3D database that could reveal new therapies for the most intractable conditions

THREE SERVINGS A DAY FOR GOOD HEALTH

How London’s startups can reach the next level • J.P. Morgan Private Bank isn’t just funding the tech scene – its expertise is building impactful businesses

LUXURY 2019-20 EDITION

THINKING GLOBALLY • Poor experiences in sending money abroad inspired Ismail Ahmed to build WorldRemit – now it’s on the verge of becoming a unicorn

EXITING YOUR STARTUP • You’ve spent years growing your business – but now you want to sell. WIRED asks veteran investors, founders and experts how to get the best deal

CASSIE KOZYRKOV: CHOOSING SUCCESS • By bringing psychology and diversity to its AI strategies, Google’s chief decision scientist helps the tech giant harness its vast data cache

WORKING ON YOUR WELLBEING • Firms are finding creative ways of keeping workers happy and productive

ESCAPE PODS ARE LEADING THE NEW SPACE RACE • Open-plan offices are great for collaboration – but sometimes you need a little privacy. WIRED calls a meeting of micro-rooms to order

The desire for detail • WIRED partners with automotive maestros McLaren to uncover...


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