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Bio & Life Sciences Policy Science

Can a Company Claim Your Genes?

Congress is weighing a bipartisan proposal to allow patents for naturally occurring things like genes and organisms.   More

Business Cities

Billionaires are Transforming American Downtowns

The billionaires believe private enterprise can help revive cities like Detroit, San Antonio and Milwaukee. And so far, their investments are working.   More

Artificial Intelligence Community Insights E-Commerce

AI is Shrinking the World—and Driving Business

Artificial intelligence is helping small- and mid-sized businesses compete more effectively, and globally, writes eBay's chief strategy officer.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Inclusion Leadership

Noticing More Women in STEM? Here’s One Reason Why.

This strategy is boosting representation of women in science, tech, engineering and math—and could inspire young girls to enter the field.   More

Business Community Insights Leadership

How to Manage Power at the Top

Learning to use power for good is a noble, delicate endeavor – one of the most inspiring journeys we can take as humans. Here are a few things to consider.   More

5G Mobile

In the Media’s New Battles, Consumers Will Win. Here’s Why.

Cable and wireless internet companies are in trouble, as consumers demand more for less.   More

Community Insights Government Net Giants

Congress Must Go Further to Rein In Big Tech

The unchecked power of tech giants works against society's interests. Congress has made a welcome start, but has much more to do to evaluate and regulate the real and potential harms these companies cause.   More

Community Insights Tech & Society

Big Data Isn’t Removing Tech’s Bias. It’s Worsening Social Problems.

Collecting more data doesn’t actually improve diversity, fairness and justice. It increases how much people are surveilled by poorly regulated tech companies.   More

Business

Here’s One Simple Solution to Wealth Inequality

A New York University business school professor explains why treating employees well may help reduce inequality—and improve the bottom line.   More

Artificial Intelligence From the Magazine Innovation

Where AI Creates Winners – and Losers

Smart companies obsess over how to leverage digital technology. But it also matters whether an industry faces growth or decline. Here’s a look at how some industries will fare in the age of artificial intelligence.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare

Why Do Kids Get Cancer? Promising Research is Underway.

Understanding how an old person’s disease develops in kids could offer clues about how to predict, or maybe even prevent, pediatric cancers.   More

Business Community Insights

To Advance Humanity, We Must Retool Tech

A Duke University business professor explains how – and why—it’s time to reform tech.   More

From the Magazine Tech & Society

Are You Related to a Killer? Police Want to Know.

Tech innovations are empowering consumers—and law enforcement. But civil liberties leaders are concerned.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Partner Insights

Why a Memory Chipmaker Cares About Health AI

New techniques for information storage and retrieval will be essential for enabling the next wave of healthcare innovation.   More

Community Insights From the Magazine Tech & Society

Tech Workers are Rising Up. The Industry Must Change.

The tech industry faces growing pressure to prioritize people over profits. Much of the scrutiny comes from the emerging tech worker movement.   More

5G Global Tech

The Wrong Way to Push Back on Chinese Tech

The escalating tech war between the U.S. and China will hurt more than Huawei. It could do major economic damage to the world.   More

Innovation

Why Wall Street Undervalues Tesla

Tesla is much more than a car company—it’s a tech company. So why does Wall Street keep failing to correctly value the innovation that Tesla represents?   More

Net Giants The Internet

Don’t Break Up Big Tech. Reduce Founder Control Instead.

If you want to hold big tech companies accountable, get rid of the corporate structure that overly empowers founder-led management teams: dual-class shares.   More

From the Magazine Innovation

This Innovation Turns Air into Water—and May Help Solve a Crisis

In many of the world’s parched coastal regions, animals and plants have learned how to capture water naturally found in air. This product aims to replicate that process.   More

Community Insights

Business Growth is Actually Good for People. Here’s Why.

This entrepreneur disagrees with anti-growth comments "Team Human" author Douglas Rushkoff made at our NY conference. Here, Reisman argues that we cannot and should not stop growing.   More