Christian Science Monitor: Fears about robot overlords are (perhaps) premature

Reviewing Science Board co-chair Melanie Mitchell's new book Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans.

Big Issue: Are Androids closer to dreaming of electric sheep?

Op-ed by Science Board co-chair Melanie Mitchell anticipating the anniversary of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner.

Science: In the Pipeline: Scientific Prose

Featuring writing tips by SFI Fellow Cormac McCarthy, recently compiled by External Professors Van Savage and Pamela Yeh.

HowStuffWorks: Quarks Are the Building Blocks of All Matter

Featuring research by SFI co-founder and Nobel Laureate Murray Gell-Mann (1929-2019) with commentary by Distinguished Shannan Professor Geoffrey West.

Santa Fe Reporter: Natural Problem Solving

Previewing Professor Jessica Flack's October 22 community lecture "The Collective Computation of Reality in Nature and Society."

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Melanie Mitchell on Artificial Intelligence and the Challenge of Common Sense

Discussing Science Board co-chair Melanie Mitchell's new book Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans.

The Guardian: Economist who slated colleagues’ work is tipped for Nobel

Featuring External Professor W. Brian Arthur and other 2019 Nobel contenders, as predicted by Clarivate Analytics.

Scientific American: Traveling with Odysseus

Op-ed by President David Krakauer on the intellectual value of movement through space.

Arizona Public Media: Predicting how forests will respond to climate change

Featuring research by External Professor Brian J. Enquist on how changes in global temperature affect forests.

Washington Post: Stop trying to police who gets to count as a 'real' whistleblower

Op-ed by External Professor Allison Stanger on the subject of her new book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

Los Angeles Times: Unpatriotic? Whistleblowers are 'as American as apple pie'

Citing External Professor Allison Stanger's book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

Albuquerque Journal: NMPBS brings home regional Emmy award

Announcing an award for The Majesty of Music and Math, a television documentary written and hosted by Professor Cris Moore and produced by New Mexico PBS.

New York Times: Why America Needs Whistle-Blowers

Op-ed by External Professor Allison Stanger on the subject of her new book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

Corriere della Sera: L'aratro antico fu come i robot Genero nuove disuguaglianze

Featuring research by External Professor Amy Bogaard, Mattia Fochesato, and Professor Sam Bowles published in the journal Antiquity.

Bloomberg: Chaos Scientist Finds Hidden Financial Risks that Regulators Miss

Profiling External Professor Doyne Farmer's career in complexity economics.

Santa Fe Reporter: Complex Learning Made Simple

Featuring Complexity Explorer's fall course offerings, with input from Carrie Cowan, SFI's new Director for Education.

HowStuffWorks: Is There a Scientific Strategy for Finding a Good Parking Spot?

Featuring research by Professor Sid Redner and Paul Krapivsky (Boston University) in the Journal of Statistical Mechanics.

BoingBoing: Cormac McCarthy on how to write a scientific (or any kind of) paper

Featuring writing tips by SFI Fellow Cormac McCarthy, recently compiled by External Professors Van Savage and Pamela Yeh.

NPR's 1A: What's The Deal With Whistleblowing?

Featuring insights from External Professor Allison Stanger's new book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

Washington Post: Capital in the 21st century (B.C., that is)

Highlighting research by External Professor Amy Bogaard, Professor Sam Bowles, and Mattia Fochesato (Bocconi University) published in the journal Antiquity.