From fanciful flying cars to garden-covered rooftops, here's a look at what designers have imagined for our cities—and how they've shaped our urban future.
The basic contract of working hard and getting paid will keep breaking down—and AI will be to blame.
To find out how wrong we are about what it will look like in 10 years, let's look back at how wrong we were 10 years ago.
Intelligent, predictive, and adaptive, a network of robotic minds will soon start changing every aspect of how we live.
We're talking more than skyscrapers, but rather a complete ecosystem in the sky that you never have to leave.
A tour of some of the world's 1,400 seed vaults—a hedge against total ecological fallout.
Self-driving tractors. Robots that do the weeding. The days of the farmhand may be numbered.
Instead of a traditional street grid, the design employs a network of public squares surrounded by massive, interconnected skyscrapers.
The clarity and creativity of 10-year-olds really shouldn't be ignored.