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.
The near-future of mobility starts with driverless cars, but goes much farther than that.
A concept for urban drones that perch on a city billboard and harness heat from the neon and pollution from the air to create a more sustainable fuel.