The Economist

Babbage: The ethics of AI

Dodany: 17 stycznia 2018


Artificial intelligence heralds the fourth industrial revolution. But what are its ethical challenges? Also, Anne McElvoy and producer Cheryl Brumley head under Manhattan to inspect New York’s...

The World In 2018: Money makes the World In go round

Dodany: 16 stycznia 2018


Anne McElvoy and Daniel Franklin return with another special looking forward to the year ahead. This week, they tackle business and economics. Patrick Foulis looks back at a prediction for last...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the January 13th 2018 edition

Dodany: 15 stycznia 2018


On the menu this week: all work and no play for modern teens; a weed census in Canada; and why Indian tea is in a slump. Lane Greene hosts

The week ahead: Fire, fury and fitness for office

Dodany: 12 stycznia 2018


Host Chris Lockwood is joined by US editor John Prideaux to discuss an eventful presidency that has raised questions about the incumbent's stability. Also: why is Emmanuel Macron disappointing...

The Economist Asks: Michael Wolff

Dodany: 11 stycznia 2018


Anne McElvoy, our Senior Editor, asks if Michael Wolff‘s book "Fire and Fury" captures President Trump — and how does the First Family really tick?

Babbage: Submarine drones hunt for missing flight

Dodany: 10 stycznia 2018


A Norwegian research vessel has joined the search to find missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370. Can its contingent of self-navigating submarine drones find what others have missed? Also, do we...

Money talks: Cracking steel — hammer or chisel?

Dodany: 9 stycznia 2018


Could we be on the brink of President Trump’s first real trade war over Chinese steel? Also, why the great Indian middle class may not be as big as you think. And, is the gym business in good...

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the January 6th 2018 edition

Dodany: 8 stycznia 2018


An economist’s guide to dieting; bullets, white-knuckle landings and a chocolate fountain in our run-down of the world’s worst airports; and we ask Ana Brnabic, prime minister of Serbia, whether...

The week ahead: Berating the tyrants of Iran

Dodany: 5 stycznia 2018


Iranians are on the march, fed up with political and social repression. Is this the beginning of something big? Also, what Pakistan’s education reforms can teach other developing nations. And might...

The Economist asks: Ana Brnabic

Dodany: 4 stycznia 2018


Anne McElvoy asks the Prime Minister of Serbia whether a new generation of Eastern European leaders can reshape a troubled region. Ana Brnabic, the country’s first female and openly gay Prime...

Babbage: Trees take a bough

Dodany: 3 stycznia 2018


They are the longest living organisms on earth and supply a timber industry worth $600 billion. But do we value trees enough? Also, how reforesting is one of the biggest changes to land use...

Money talks: New year, new economics?

Dodany: 2 stycznia 2018


We cajole our economics editors, John O’Sullivan and Henry Curr, to make predictions for 2018. Also, Soumaya Keynes asks how can the field of economics attract more women? Simon Long hosts.

The World in 2018: Out with the old, in with the new

Dodany: 29 grudnia 2017


As 2018 approaches, who or what, are we at risk of losing - and what will be taking their place? With the cheery nanny back on our screens next year, we discover the link between Mary Poppins and...

The Economist asks: Highlights special

Dodany: 28 grudnia 2017


A festive roundup of this year's interviews. Salman Rushdie gives us his thoughts on separatism, Hillary Clinton explains exactly what happened in America’s election last year and Richard Dawkins...

Babbage: Highlights special

Dodany: 27 grudnia 2017


In this special festive episode, we look back at some of the highlights from this year’s coverage. A better way to sail into the stars, why birds are weaving cigarette butts into their homes and...

Money talks: We have to ask about money!

Dodany: 26 grudnia 2017


We take a look back at 2017 — headaches at Uber, a new way to learn Economics, butter shortages in France and behavioural economics with Michael Lewis. Also, Latin lessons from J Balvin. Simon Long...

Tasting Menu: The remarkable changelessness of Icelandic

Dodany: 25 grudnia 2017


A special festive edition of Tasting menu. Our language columnist Lane Greene speaks to Dr Ruth Sanders, Professor Emerita at Miami University of Ohio, about how isolation and determination have...

The World in 2018: Vying for Leadership

Dodany: 22 grudnia 2017


President Donald Trump steers America away from an international leadership role, President Xi Jinping rises and President Emmanuel Macron of France makes his mark. We look at the shifting power...

Babbage: Remaking tigerland

Dodany: 21 grudnia 2017


Science correspondent Hal Hodson tells the story of T3, a tiger whose bid for freedom and remarkable journey across India highlighted the underlying tensions between humans, nature and conservation

The Economist asks: Niall Ferguson

Dodany: 21 grudnia 2017


From the Medici family’s blending of politics and finance to Donald Trump’s use of social media, networks have played a vital role in the search for control. In an interconnected world, will power...