Can we partner with artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to build a more equitable workforce? New research may offer a way.
Strong U.S. economy, consumer demand and the need for raw materials amplify the effects of the recent shipping turmoil.
The pitfalls to AI-driven beauty scoring begin with the premise that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
The Biden administration's proposed $2 trillion infrastructure bill is expected to be funded in part by an increased corporate tax rate. But changes of that magnitude always carry consequences, says Maryland Smith's Michael Faulkender, and the impact of these policies could be felt years down the road.
Surprised by the high price tag of President Biden’s proposed infrastructure facelift? Here's why you shouldn't be.
Companies and organizations across the country are taking their first steps towards bringing employees back to an in-person workplace. But what does that spell in terms of whether and how employees are required to vaccinate? Maryland Smith's Gilad Chen has a few ideas.
Big brands are taking aim at Georgia’s new voting laws. Why it no longer pays for companies to stay on the sidelines, when social issues are at play.
For those who have regrets about missing out on the rise of cryptocurrency, the next big thing is here – NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. But instead of trading currency, these tokens come in the form of pictures and video clips. While unconventional, they might just be the next digital gold, says Maryland Smith's David Kass.
Imagine a world where your Amazon Alexa checks on you to make sure you’ve taken your medication and alerts your provider with clinically important information. With the advent of new technology such as telehealth, a team of Maryland Smith researchers want to make this a reality, strengthening the connection between patients and providers.
It’s not rocket science, but could it be a clever scheme to make a living and avoid the IRS?