Why do you check your phone 150 times a day? Is it a conscious choice, or have the attention merchants gotten into your head?
History shows us why we can't trust centralized power. So what can we trust?
How did Lego survive a near-total financial ruin? Why is Lyft way more popular that Uber amongst drivers? And how did Marvel gain a second wind some 60 years after it was founded?
So, how do you make something popular? Simple! You just update something old. This applies to storytelling, design, and even tech gadgets.
Here's why coding skills alone won't save you from job automation.
Hertz Foundation Fellow Dr. Christopher Loose sold his first startup for $80 million. His advice is probably the kind you want to hear.
In ten years, everything could be very different... while on the surface being as recognizable as possible.
The stats on teens transitioning out of foster care aren't good. Can we empower these young people to build futures to look forward to?
One prominent mathematician asks: was Einstein such a smartypants after all?
Want to live in an energy efficient masterpiece? This startup has turned a costly overhaul into an opportunity for investors.
In an age of bountiful data, there's dark potential for how corporations and judicial systems could use private details to discriminate against innocent people.
Is providing healthcare for all too expensive, or is it a failure of our moral imagination to say so? What first appears as an economic reality can too quickly become an excuse for inaction.
Artificial Intelligence is already outsmarting us at '80s computer games by finding ways to beat games that developers didn't even know were there. Just wait until it figures out how to beat us in ways that matter.
Look at Wall Street in 2008, and the White House right now. Diversity—of people and cognitive perspectives—is crucial for avoiding failure.
Is science destined to crack the code of consciousness—and how would we even go about it?
Here's how the government improves your life without you knowing it.
Capitalism has hijacked our emotions and rewired us for instant gratification—but we can reclaim our lives by practicing deep hope.