Sci/tech writer for The Economist, IEEE Spectrum, The Guardian, Wired, Backchannel, MIT Tech Review, New Scientist et al. 2014 KSJ Fellow. 2015 AAAS Kavli. SJW.

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Mark Harris is an investigative technology reporter based in Seattle, writing for The Guardian, IEEE Spectrum, Backchannel, MIT Technology Review, The Economist and New Scientist. He has broken stories about self-driving vehicles, giant airships, AI body scanners, faulty defibrillators, and monke...

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Nov 21, 2017

RT @stevelevine: For battery/electric car hands: How is Musk's Tesla Semi guaranteeing 1m miles and 2k cycles, 2X the current averag…

Nov 20, 2017

RT @AliWatkins: All I keep thinking is — this is not a journalism problem. It’s a dude problem. And what are women being subject to…

Nov 20, 2017

@ryanfelton Great story. Although I would note that 24,000 cars, presumably operating say 20 hours a day, could replace more drivers than you might think - maybe 3x?

Nov 20, 2017

RT @Brett_A_Taylor: I am CRYING. The Weather Channel set up for a live shot of the Georgia Dome being imploded, and at the perfectly wr…

Nov 20, 2017

@samjaffe Great point. No mention made of battery warranty at the event.

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