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The dream of self-driving cars is running out of gas

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We’re still brushing confetti out of our hair from the amazing ticker-tape parade for the champion U.S. Women’s Soccer Team down at the “Canyon of Heroes,” just blocks from our office in NYC, but there’s plenty of news to cover today—from the ethics of hacking humanity to reimagining office design.

Today's cautionary tale
The languid rollouts of electric and autonomous vehicles “are creating a mixture of confusion and desperation in the auto industry and among the tech companies that have staked their claims in it.” While no one doubts that the automobile is in the midst of a sea change, there’s a growing suspicion that the way companies are navigating the revolution is foolhardy and lacks imagination.
Today's deep thought
The ethics of 'neural inequality'
It feels good to fear less
 
Today's revelation
Why it makes sense to make your office a little less comfortable
Today's interview
Yes, you can buy that fancy cup of coffee and invest in the stock market, too
Today's world-changing idea
Higher education takes action on climate
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