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Top tech talent is losing interest in working for Facebook — and the company’s tough year in headlines might be the cause
Students from universities like Stanford, MIT, Harvard, Yale, and Georgia Tech are losing interest in working at Facebook.
Every year QS ranks universities around the world using a methodology that evaluates academic reputation, employer reputation, student-to-faculty ratio, as well as international reputation.
These 10 American colleges have minted more than 500 billionaires, including Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, and the founders of Google
Billionaires don't all follow the same path to success, but some of them look pretty similar, starting with where they went to college. The top 10 billionaire-producing colleges in America have minted the founders of Google, Nike, Berkshire Hathaway, and Tesla.
Theranos may have self-destructed, but these Stanford students are still betting that health tech is going to be huge
A recent demo day showed that the recent trend toward healthcare tech is still in full swing.
A study comparing low-fat and low-carb diets may have revealed the real best diet for your body and brain
Participants in both low-carb and low-fat groups were assigned to an eating plan that decades of research suggest is the best for overall health.
I spent 2 weeks chatting with a robot about my anxiety — and found the tool to be surprisingly helpful
Woebot, an artificially intelligent chatbot, uses the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy. I spent two weeks using the tool. Here's how it went.
DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Google, researchers use AI to predict patient mortality — Mental health chatbot launches on iOS — Israel PM revea...
New research from Google, Stanford, the University of Chicago, and the University of California, suggests that AI could predict mortality, readmission.
A Stanford researcher is pioneering a dramatic shift in how we treat depression — and you can try her new app right now
Woebot is a free therapy chatbot created by a clinical psychologist at Stanford University. It launched as a stand-alone app in January.
How much students grew over a five-year period, far more than their average test scores, revealed which schools had the most effective education.
Julie Lythcott-Haims is the opposite of a helicopter parent, and she has numerous strategies for raising kids into capable adults.