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How New Technology Has Changed The World of Investing

The financial world tends to be set in its ways and is among the slowest industries when it comes to embracing new technology. Read More

The Founder of Qualtrics on Reinventing an Already Successful Business

One of the hardest disciplines in business and in life is tearing down what you’ve built to build something better,” writes the founder and former CEO of Qualtrics—among the hottest tech companies of ... Read More

Constantly pursues learning opportunities

This shared value partnership aims to close the digital gap and promote digital literacy opportunities for millions of children and adolescents in Vietnam, aligning with the government’s strategy for ... Read More

What makes innovating in health tech so tricky?

At every state of development, the unique complexities of the healthcare industry stall progress. Innovators can start by partnering with existing entities that already have robust access to ... Read More

Health tech's pandemic-fueled funding bonanza

Analysts at the investment firm Rock Health say some $6.7 billion flowed into startups during the first quarter of this year — a new record for a sector already accustomed to making and breaking ... Read More

To continue its rise, China must tap an underappreciated resource

China has a demographic problem. The solution lies in a segment of the population that often goes unnoticed. Demography is power. China is the world’s most populous country. When it publishes the ... Read More

China Is Stealing Our Technology and Intellectual Property. Congress Must Stop It

As Congress considers a bill to aid our technology competition with China, it must work to ensure that the CCP doesn’t just steal more of our secrets. Read More

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Reducing news to hard lines and side-taking leaves a lot of the story untold. Progress comes from challenging what we hear and considering different views. Read More

Inside the fight to reclaim AI from Big Tech’s control

For years, Big Tech has set the global AI research agenda. Now, groups like Black in AI and Queer in AI are upending the field’s power dynamics to build AI that serves people. Read More

Vaccine waitlist Dr. B collected data from millions. But how many did it help?

Almost 2.5 million people signed up to Dr. B with the promise of getting leftover vaccines. Months later, the site won’t disclose how many doses it helped deliver—or what it plans to do with user data ... Read More

How to Negotiate with Ransomware Hackers

Some messages couched their extortion as a legitimate business transaction, as if the hackers had performed a helpful security audit: “Gentlemen! Your business is at serious risk. There is a ... Read More

MIT Corporation elects 11 term members, three life members

MIT Corporation — the Institute’s board of trustees — elected 11 term members and three life members for 2021. Read More

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