July 2, 2024

Digital Device Overload: How to Prevent Screen Fatigue 

Though eyestrain is nothing new, the condition spiked during the pandemic as employees pivoted to working on screens from their homes and using Zoom nonstop to participate in meetings. Now the pandemic is over, yet remote work isn’t going anywhere. Enter the age of screen fatigue. Pamela Rutledge, Ph.D., MBA, and director of the Media …

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Equitable AI for All: How Developers Combat Bias in AI Algorithms

Bias and discrimination are often inadvertently built into the algorithms we rely on. Here’s how some tech developers working toward equitable AI are correcting that. Data scientist and author Meredith Broussard doesn’t think technology can solve most of our issues. In fact, she’s concerned about the implications of our dependency on technology—namely, that technology has …

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Miraculous Empath Breakthrough: My Mother’s Cancer Gift

“Humbleness, forgiveness, clarity, and love are the dynamics of freedom. They are the foundations of authentic power.” ~Gary Zukav Last July, my mother was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and began chemotherapy. She asked if I could stay and help her through the treatments. Our relationship had always been strained—she was judgmental of my nomadic …

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Understanding Our Economy: Q&A with Economic Commentator Kyla Scanlon

Kyla Scanlon began creating educational content about the economy when the pandemic hit because she realized that people needed to understand the economy. Her content took off and she soon developed a following on social media for her videos that unpacked the economy without all the muddled jargon.  Since then, Scanlon has contributed to Bloomberg …

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Cybersecurity Threats: Expert Tips to Protect Your Business From Cyberattacks

Earlier this year, I called my son’s pulmonologist at Lurie Children’s Hospital to reschedule his appointment and was met with a busy tone. Then I went to the MyChart medical app to send a message, and that was down as well. A Google search later, I found out the entire hospital system’s phone, internet, email …

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Chris Winfield and Jen Gottlieb Share How to Maximize AI for Your Business and Build a Brand with Impact

If Nora Ephron’s romantic comedies were set in the late 2010s, she might have written a meet-cute that looked a lot like Jen Gottlieb and Chris Winfield’s. Gottlieb moved to New York City to study musical theater. She’d landed a role in the Broadway national tour of The Wedding Singer and then spent years hosting …

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