Ideas
August 27, 2015 12:01 PM EDT
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1. Americans are lousy at saving money and they know it. Here’s how to fix it.

By Gillian B. White in the Atlantic

2. What if computers could predict psychosis by analyzing someone’s speech?

By Columbia University Medical Center

3. Get rid of cash bail.

By Margaret Talbot in the New Yorker

4. The Stradivarius of the future will be 3D-printed.

By Margaret Rhodes in Wired

5. Louisiana after Hurricane Katrina can teach every state about climate resilience.

By Kate Sheppard in Huffington Post

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