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Book Review: A Human′s Guide to Machine Intelligence

Kartik Hosanagar's big picture thinking on new technology contains some profound analysis of the hidden dangers in algorithmic decision-making.

Jump online to join Stanford's free Apple App Creation Course

As apps have exploded in popularity, so has a Stanford course that teaches students how to develop applications for Apple's iPhone and iPad.

Thinking of studying artificial intelligence? Here's a list of universities to kickstart your search

Artificial intelligence is a red-hot field. If you’re thinking about pursuing further studies on the subject, here is what you need to know.

Frugal Science: Physicist Manu Prakash's Radical New Science Tools

Manu Prakash, an assistant professor at Stanford University, is inventing powerful, super-cheap lab tools for classroom use around the world and as a tool for diagnosing diseases.

Indian and New Zealand students collaborate to tackle Sustainable Development Goals

The winning team in the sustainability challenge looks forward to an all-expenses-paid three-week internship at three participating universities in New Zealand early next year.

Is Learning How to Code Worth IT?

Learning computer science and machine learning, which is broader than just programming or coding, might make more sense from a futurist perspective.

New York's Unusual Flatiron School Catches Silicon Valley's eye

After the 12-week intensive coding program Flatiron graduates land jobs at places like Google and Kickstarter with average starting salaries of $74,447.

Microsoft's New Indian CEO Satya Nadella

Hyderabad born Satya Nadella takes the reins at Microsoft, replacing CEO Steve Ballmer. A study-abroad veteran, he has worked with the company for 22 years.

'Have a 5-year vision for where you want to be'

Dr. Raghu Santanam, chair of the Information Systems department at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, shares great advice for aspiring students, and his views on the tech fields and skills of the future.

Straight Talk: Why are there no women at the IITs?

The IITs and other STEM field institutions are showing an excessive gender imbalance. Dr. Pushkar examines this structural inequality in Indian and international academia and urges corrections.

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