The K@W Network:
Is it possible to end all epidemics? Harvard Medical School's Jonathan Quick says there are steps public institutions can -- but don't -- take to protect society.
The effectiveness of unconscious bias education hinges on a number of factors, including how it is presented, where and when it takes place, and whether an organization’s culture is conducive[…]
AI, neuroscience and geospatial targeting are among the key trends that will drive the next decade of innovation in analytics.
A possible breakthrough in the Golden State Killer case thanks to DNA samples from a genealogical testing service has prompted calls for stricter protection of personal genetic data.
Former Wall Streeter Durreen Shahnaz thinks inequality leads to conflicts. She is using finance to enrich the lives of the world's working poor -- and to build peace.
Billy Shore, founder of the nonprofit Share Our Strength, discovered an often overlooked way to alleviate child hunger. He shares his story with Wharton professor Katherine Klein.
Northeastern University's David DeSteno believes you don't have to be a jerk to get ahead. In fact, gratitude, compassion and pride can lead to better outcomes.
Ten years after the Great Recession began, questions remain about root causes for some analysts. The IMF's Tamim Bayoumi looks at some unexplored areas in a recent book.
The SEC's verdict in the Theranos case raises broader questions on how much leeway to give startup founders and when controls need to be put in place.
Action by major tech companies combined with consumer education efforts can make big gains towards defeating the online trade of wildlife, say experts at Wharton and elsewhere.