Amit Katwala
Amit Katwala
Senior editor @WiredUK. Author of The Athletic Brain. Ex- @sportmaguk, @timessport. Email: amit@wired.co.ukSource
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The Super League is the grim end game of the attention economy

The Super League is the grim end game of the attention economy

The proposed European Super League (ESL) is football for the Vine generation: condensed down to its most marketable essence, chopped into bite-size chunks for social media, bookended by adverts for betting companies, or telecoms providers in emerging markets. Twelve of Europe’s wealthiest teams have announced their intention to form a breakaway continental competition, to run on weekday nights alongside the domestic season, with 15 founder clubs guaranteed a seat at the top table every season, regardless of their performance. The proposals, which have been backed by six teams from England’s...

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Ready Player Two is a warning about artificial intelligence. An AI could write a better book

Ready Player Two is a warning about artificial intelligence. An AI could write a better book

Extended offer1 Year Only £19+Free GiftLoading...0/0Welcome to WIRED UK. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can at any time or find out more by reading our .There’s a long-running line of children’s books where you provide the kid’s details – name, age, favourite hobbies – and they all get mail-merged into the narrative, making the youngster the central character in their own story and providing the illusion of personalisation at a low cost. Ready Player Two, the sequel to the hugely popular Ready Player One, offers a similar...

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Inside big tech’s high-stakes race for quantum supremacy

Inside big tech’s high-stakes race for quantum supremacy

TRIAL OFFERPrint + Digital Only £1Loading...0/0Welcome to WIRED UK. This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. You can at any time or find out more by reading our .n June 4, 2019, Sergio Boixo gathered his colleagues on Google’s quantum research team together for an urgent meeting. The group, split across two sites in southern California, had spent the better part of a decade trying to build a working – a revolutionary type of device that works according to the laws of quantum mechanics. For months, Google had been inching closer to a milestone...

May 18, 2020
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