Welcome to the age of the empty car lot. The auto industry is experiencing a huge disruption with computer chips in scarce supply.
Toilet paper is back on the shelves, but the COVID-era semiconductor shortage still lingers. Why is that, and when is it likely to end?
Can we partner with artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to build a more equitable workforce? New research may offer a way.
The pitfalls to AI-driven beauty scoring begin with the premise that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Surprised by the high price tag of President Biden’s proposed infrastructure facelift? Here's why you shouldn't be.
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.
The pandemic has changed so much about the way we live and work. And some of those changes are here to stay.
COVID-19 was a healthcare system 'wake-up call.' These two trends will outlive the pandemic.
How the governmental IT structure is dragging the vaccination effort – and how it should be addressed.
Does the Justice Department’s antitrust suit against Alphabet too narrowly targets Google’s search engine monopoly?