If a complex data analysis tool can’t explain its decisions, how do we know it’s accurate — or fair?
Corporate disclosure can bring more efficiency to a busy yet often-overlooked market.
The movement of millions of phones shows that Americans experience less racial isolation once they get out of their neighborhoods.
Homeownership boosts voter turnout. But is that a good thing?
An analysis of 3 million songs explores the question: Is it better to churn out than to fade away?
A few strategic changes to dating apps could lead to more and better matches.
Months before the company quit flipping houses, Stanford GSB researchers spelled out the risks of iBuying.
Years of patient collaboration generated insights that have narrowed the gap between economics and the real world.
Michal Kosinski talks about exposing the dangers of new technologies and the controversies that come with it.
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