The K@W Network:
Former Hearst executive Eden Collinsworth explores the fluid lines of morality today in her new book.
Robots that serve dinner, self-driving cars and drone-taxis could be fun and hugely profitable. But don’t hold your breath. They are likely much further off than the hype suggests.
When the vast amount of information the internet holds is viewed through the right lens, what it can reveal about us is remarkable, says the author of a new book.
Recent Wharton research examines the interplay between the computational complexity of statistical methods and their performance.
Israel is famous for its tech prowess. China has deep pockets and is a tech innovator in areas like financial payments. Is there a match in the making?
Demonetization in India may not have achieved its prime objective -- unearthing black money. But it has given a boost to mobile wallets.
Americans value their privacy but they are also resigned to giving up personal data to transact with a company. Is this acceptable?
The lawsuit brought by Alphabet subsidiary Waymo against ride-hailing app firm Uber over self-driving car technology has experts reexamining how trade secrets are handled.
A new book takes a look inside the insular world of Silicon Valley’s young entrepreneurs.
A “Digital Geneva Convention” and government mandates to prevent use of harmful software are among several measures experts suggest to boost cyber security.