Our negative attitudes towards automation need to change if we're going to be realistic about what the future holds.
A new study explores the impacts of not pushing on having achieved something.
With new stories of sexual harassment and abuse being voiced every day, we need to move beyond acknowledgment to action, says Lucy Marcus.
As societies become wealthier and more gender equal, women are less likely to obtain degrees in STEM, according to new research.
They put in an average of 42.3 hours a week, compared with the Dutch, who work 30.3, according to Eurostat data.
More generous maternity provisions could help young mothers be more productive.
Research shows the importance of creativity in the modern business world - but more investment in this key skill is needed.
AI's impact on jobs is only part of a much bigger discussion on its impact on society, says Sami Mahroum.
Stanford Graduate School of Business has overtaken Insead as the world’s best business school, according to the Financial Times.
Levels of philanthropic donations are on the rise, but "this crucial source of funding must not distort universities’ missions and practices."
Fitbit has released data on 6 billion nights of its American customers’ sleep. This is a huge data set that provides interesting insights into how a nation sleeps.
New research uses Twitter to examine risk taking, and concludes that those who look further into the future are less likely to take risks.
An examination of facial-analysis software much higher error rates for women and darker skin.
New research looks at the impact of having children on earnings, highlighting that even in a country like Denmark with generous paid leave, the effect is still significant - on women.
A new study ranked 20 wealthy countries on child mortality, and found the United States lagging behind the rate of progress.