MIT Technology Review

MIT Technology Review is an American media outlet that focuses on the impact of science and technology on everyday life. Founded in 1899, it has since become one of the most authoritative sources of technology news, trends, and analysis. It covers topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics, biotechnology, energy, information security, and more. MIT Technology Review is renowned for its in-depth coverage of cutting-edge topics in technology and the impact they have on society. Its stories range from extensive reporting to opinion pieces and data-driven analysis. It is also known for its annual list of Innovators Under 35, which recognizes the brightest minds in technology. The publication's reach goes beyond its online presence. It has an international print edition that is distributed in 60 countries, and its content is syndicated in major newspapers around the world. It also publishes a podcast, which features interviews with innovators, tech executives, and thought leaders. MIT Technology Review stands out as an essential source of information for those interested in the impact of technology on the world. Its comprehensive coverage of the latest advancements helps readers stay informed and ahead of the curve. With its international reach and innovative approach, it is an invaluable resource for individuals, businesses, and organizations.

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Emily Mullin


I am MIT Technology Review’s associate editor for biomedicine, reporting from Washington, D.C. I look for stories about how biotechnology and innovations in medicine are changing our health and livelihoods—and at what cost. I am also interested in the degree to which these advances affect health equity around the world. Previously, I was a contributor at Forbes and an associate editor at FierceBiotech.

Karen Hao


I am the senior artificial intelligence reporter at MIT Technology Review. I write a semi-weekly newsletter about AI called The Algorithm, which received a Webby Award nomination for best newsletters on the internet in 2018. My work has also appeared in Quartz, Mother Jones, New Republic, and other publications. Prior to journalism, I was an application engineer at the first startup to spin out of Google X. Say hello at

Elizabeth Woyke


Elizabeth Woyke is a innovation journalist based in the United States, who has made a name for herself by covering various aspects of technology and its impact on society. She is currently associated with MIT Technology Review, a prestigious publication that focuses on emerging technologies and their potential to disrupt existing industries, create new markets, and transform our lives. With her keen insight and in-depth analysis, Elizabeth has become a go-to source for readers seeking to understand the latest trends and developments in the world of innovation.

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