Issue No. 1 | 2019

News of tomorrow

View over the german Ruhr area in Bottrop © mekcar / Shutterstock
View over the german Ruhr area in Bottrop

11.01.2019 | Onlineredaktion Berlin TXL

At home with the energy revolution

Germany’s last coal mine, in the industrial Ruhr region, is closing. But few tears are being shed in the local town of Bottrop, where residents are on a very personal journey to a greener future.

The city within a garden

Some cities are restoring nature and tapping the power of ecosystems to enhance and protect urban life. Their strategy: Embracing green infrastructure as a means of “renaturing” the built environment.

Before the electric car takes over, someone needs to reinvent the battery

To deliver an electric vehicle that’s cheaper, safer and capable of traveling 500 miles on a single charge, the auto industry needs a breakthrough in battery technology. Easier said than done.

Devices that will invade your life in 2019 (and what’s overhyped)

A.I. that responds to your voice. Next-generation wireless networks. If this year’s biggest consumer technology trends have a familiar ring, there’s a reason for that. Here’s what to watch, and what to avoid on this year's Consumers Electronic Show in Las Vegas.

The five most important new jobs in AI

Perhaps as a counter to the panic that artificial intelligence will destroy jobs, consulting firm KPMG today published a list of what it predicts will soon become the five most sought-after AI roles.

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