Jane Metcalfe's NEO.LIFE introduces readers to the latest developments in biology and technology, and what they might mean for the future of our species.
In 1993, Wired magazine saw what so many others didn’t: the dramatic effect digital technology would have on our lives. Its founders, Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe, called it the “digital revolution.”
Twenty-five years later, Metcalfe felt the rumblings of another tectonic shift. “I got a chill when I realized, I’m seeing this again,” she says. “It's the second time in my life I see something I know is going to completely transform our society, and most people don't recognize it yet.”Read more