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Mustafa Suleyman

Mustafa Suleyman

Mustafa Suleyman, 33 DeepMind Mustafa Suleyman cofounded the AI company DeepMind out of a desire to have as broad an impact on society as possible. AI, he decided, was the fastest way to do it. Now Suleyman has launched DeepMind Health to …Continue reading

Menno Veldhorst

Menno Veldhorst, 33 Delft University Menno Veldhorst has invented a faster path to real-world quantum circuits by making it possible for them to be printed on silicon—the way computer chips have been made for decades. Quantum computers would allow powerful calculations that …Continue reading

Hera Hussain

Hera Hussain is empowering women around the world via a simple combination of social and technological innovation: enlisting volunteers to crowdsource multilingual online guides covering topics like how to build a domestic-abuse case without a lawyer, or how to identify psychological manipulation. …Continue reading

Archana Kamal

Archana Kamal, 34 University of Massachusetts, Lowell As quantum computing starts to move from the lab to the factory, companies from Google to Intel are struggling to solve a tricky problem: how to faithfully steer the quantum information such systems spit out …Continue reading

Shehar Bano

Shehar Bano made it possible to fight state censorship of the internet—by pioneering the first systematic study of how it happens. It all started when Bano’s homeland of Pakistan blocked YouTube in 2012. “Previously, people were under the delusion that this was …Continue reading

Fabian Menges

Problem: Complex microprocessors—like those at the heart of autonomous driving and artificial intelligence—can overheat and shut down. And when it happens, it’s usually the fault of an internal component on the scale of nanometers. But for decades, nobody who designed chips could …Continue reading

Michael Saliba

Crystalline-silicon panels—which make up about 90 percent of deployed photovoltaics—are expensive, and they’re already bumping up against efficiency limits in converting sunlight to electricity. So a few years ago, Michael S­aliba, a researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne,…