Rachel Law, the 20-something co-founder of a New York startup called Kip, is sitting next to me at a café, tapping her phone screen to show how the company’s service...Newsweek From ACM Opinion | September 16, 2016
Many scientists worry over the reproducibility of wet-lab experiments, but data scientist Victoria Stodden's focus is on how to validate computational research:...Nature From ACM Opinion | September 15, 2016
I found myself on a desolate desert road, in front of a man who was leaning against the hood of a banged-up sedan and next to a United States Border Patrol agent...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | September 14, 2016
Sharing lessons learned from a lecture program for making technical material more accessible to conference attendees.
Ethan Katz-Bassett, Justine Sherry, Te-Yuan Huang, Maria Kazandjieva, Craig Partridge, Fahad Dogar From Communications of the ACM | September 1, 2016
When president-elect Barack Obama chose physicist John Holdren as his top science adviser in December 2008, some biomedical researchers worried that the pick signalled...Nature From ACM Opinion | August 22, 2016
Job insecurity is a central theme of the 2016 campaign, fueling popular anger about trade deals and immigration. But economists warn that much bigger job losses...The Washington Post From ACM Opinion | August 15, 2016
Silicon Valley may be powered by organic kale, but when Chinese tech gurus gather at 3W, a coffee shop-slash-incubator in the Chinese capital, they want sunflower...The Washington Post From ACM Opinion | July 21, 2016