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Uproar Over Stanford Artificial Intelligence Program That Accurately Predicts Gay or Straight Guys From Photos
Results raise questions about new risks AI poses to privacy and safety.
It feels like Armageddon: all the hate mixed with all the disasters. But it's times like this I'm reminded of something more fierce--the human spirit.
Innovative products getcustomers in the door, but this iswhat keeps them comingback.
Use this checklist of questions developed by CEO coach Sanyin Siang in her book The Launch Book, before you launch your next big project.
Self-improvement often comes from the penned wisdom of others.
Building a massive audience of adoring fans isn't limited to superstars. Especially when you follow this smart approach.
Hint: It involves knee-high boots and fake blood.
Angela Merkel is almost guaranteed a fourth term as chancellor.
If you want your work force to reflect the rest of the world (and your customers), change your behavior.
Who needs a coast? Chicago has a thriving startup scene.
How to put you and your business in flow with your true north.
What employees want from their leaders and managers more than anything is guidance. Giving guidance in a constructive and caring manner can be motivational for employees and help them increase productivity, make better decisions, and do their best work.
It's only as bad as you make it out to be. Get rid of your toxic weekend habits and start the workweek feeling refreshed and energized.
There Are 100 Days Left in 2017. Here's How to Achieve Your Most Important Goal Before the Year Ends
One hundred days is the perfect time period to achieve a big goal. Here's how to make it happen.
Look around. You'll see it everywhere.
Are you a great leader by Mark Cuban's standards? Read what he says about leadership and decide for yourself.
How to cope with failure, and come back better than ever. Millennial expert Chelsea Krost gives advice on social media transparency for millennials.
Relationships are the basis of a strong company, and rethinking relationships based on changes in the workplace can define a company's culture and set them apart from the competition.
A digital-first approach is necessary if businesses expect to grow in today's hyper-competitivemarketplace. These four solutions can help.
Long-term job satisfaction is becoming a more and more elusive goal. Maybe it's time to look within for real alternatives.