futurism

Robots will drive our cars, manufacture our goods, and do our chores.

Column | Things may still look less-than-great for the U.S. right now, but Wadhwa predicts that situation will change as new innovations take hold.

COLUMN | Debate the NSA news all you want, but the reality is that in the tech era, which we have already entered, what we used to think of as privacy is becoming a relic of the past.

Michael Evans stopped by The Washington Post to show off Google's much anticipated wearable technology.

The act of tackling today's real-life privacy questions as new wearable technology comes on the scene is leaving some futurists scratching their heads.