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Driverless Cars Could Turn N.Y.C. Into A City Of Tiny ParksDocumenting The Unseen Forces Of Tectonic PlatesThe Insanity Of The Trump Age, Illustrated In One Brilliant ImageThese Classical Artworks Come To Life To Make Fun Of Your Museum SelfieDoes Your City Literally Stink? There’s An App For ThatLessons On Branding From A Company That Has No BrandAI Is Inventing Languages Humans Can’t Understand. Should We Stop It?This Ingenious Game Reveals Everything That’s Wrong With Gender-Centric BrandingRedesigning New York’s Most Notorious JailAn Exoskeleton Designed To Help Stroke Patients WalkThis App Generates Emoji Raves. You’re WelcomeGoogle’s Next Design Project? Artificial IntelligenceHere’s A Peek At The iPhone’s Next Big TrickMicrosoft’s Calibri Font At Center Of Political ScandalPapier Machine Is Like An Adult Coloring Book For MakersThis Terrarium Filters Dirty Water By Mimicking The Amazon BiosphereThis 21st-Century Lite-Brite Teaches People How To CodeYou Can Now Text With An Art Museum (And It Understands Emoji)How Cuba’s Movie Posters Influenced Its Revolutionary ArtThis Snøhetta-Designed Restaurant May Be The Most Hygge Place Ever6 Radical Buildings Built From The Humble BrickAI Is Reshaping What We Know About CitiesGoogle’s New “Panic Mode” Should Be Part Of Every UIWhat It Would Feel Like To Walk On MarsThis Year’s Must-See Architecture Is A Mountain Of Paper TubesCan You Map Out Literary Genius?I Tasted The Microwave Dinner Of The Future, And It Was DeliciousThe Frank Lloyd Wright Project History Conveniently Forgot7 Leading Designers Describe The First Time They Got RejectedGoogle’s Rules For Designers Working With AIHow Well Do You Know The Typography Of Rock ‘N’ Roll?Designers Of White House’s Website Cringe At How Trump Is Using ItUnderwood Made Canned Wine Look Chic. Next Up? Wine CoolersTarget Debuts An All-Gender Product Line For KidsArtists’ And Architects’ Brains Work DifferentlyThe Dark Side Of “Friendly” Design