There’s more information available to humans than ever. But it isn’t making us more informed thinkers.
Technology has developed and altered human life so swiftly that it’s left many of society’s institutions ill-equipped to handle its faults.
We've seen social media sell our personal data and spread misinformation and hate, and our personal data. But we still can’t break up with it.
From conspiracy theories, to trolls and bots, we're fighting a war of propaganda and misinformation. But there are steps you can take to combat it.
The $30 billion industry has the power to influence everything from faster internet speeds to VR, but only women are championing sex tech as a force to be reckoned with.
The founders of Helpr want to make safe and affordable child care not just easy to find, but a legal right for all.
The image-driven platform allows us to share our most vulnerable moments. But is this really the best way to foster community and engage in meaningful dialogue about mental health?
Older Americans are prime targets for financial scams and other cyber crimes that have led to billions lost due to fraud. Can technology save them?
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but new apps and devices often overlook seniors. And when it comes to health care, this is an oversight we can't afford.
In private and public spaces, design choices that ignore women put everyone at a disadvantage.