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The most successful entrepreneurs aren’t 20-somethings.
Complex algorithms will soon help clinicians make incredibly accurate determinations about our health from large amounts of information, premised on largely unexplainable correlations in that data.
According to a survey of 3,212 people in the field.
A survey shows specific traits are critical to women’s success.
Companies get better results when they ease up on the control tactics. It’s more effective to engage managers in solving the problem, expose them to people from different groups, and encourage social accountability for change.
How a public blockchain would fundamentally change the way we govern and do business.
A Review of Approaches and Experiences.
The glass ceiling appears sooner than we thought.
Government support for startups is underrated, says Mariana Mazzucato.
Harvard Library publishes report on converting subscription journals to open access.
Government-funded research is behind any significant new product
Selected Writings on Open Access, 2002–2011, MIT Press, 2016
How do we support basic curiosity-driven research and maintain our position as the global leader in innovation and technology at a time of rapidly dwindling government funds?