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The Possibility Report

As technology advances, new innovations are being used to help the human race move, connect, heal, learn, build and grow. How will these new technologies reshape our understanding of the world we live in? The possibilities are infinite.

The Possibility Report, sponsored by VMware, posits the ways in which technology may allow humans to change our life and landscapes, exploring new themes each month. Check back often, and view the latest in the series at The Atlantic.

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The Possibility Report: Healing Bodies and Environments with Technology
The third theme in The Possibility Report series, HEAL looks into the innovative ways we can use technology to heal individual bodies as well as the planet as a whole. Why We Should Bring Coral Reefs Online ...
Dec 12, 2017 12:05 PM ET
The Possibility Report: Changing the Way We Connect
The second theme in The Possibility Report series, CONNECT explores the emerging technologies that can bring us closer together, even when we’re far apart (geographically and mentally), and bring more people into the loop. Should We Turn Law Over to Robots? ...
Nov 29, 2017 11:00 AM ET
How to Bring the Internet to Everyone
More internet access could mean everything to people in rural areas, and the way we could deliver it is something unexpected. In our hyper-connected world, when the internet goes down, your ability to get things done goes down, too. For the 34 million Americans who don’t have access to high-speed broadband—23 million of whom live in rural America—that’s an everyday reality that...
Nov 28, 2017 1:00 PM ET
VMware and The Atlantic present "The Possibility Report"
As technology advances, new innovations are being used to help the human race move, connect, heal, learn, build and grow. How will these new technologies reshape our understanding of the world we live in? The possibilities are infinite. The first theme in The Possibility Report series, MOVE is a conversation about how technology...
Nov 7, 2017 2:00 PM ET

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