Will algorithms fix what’s wrong with American justice, or make things worse?
Under the right circumstances, algorithms can be more transparent than human decision-making, and even can be used to develop a more equitable society.
Abundance does not equate to happiness, according to research. Here’s how to convert wealth into satisfaction.
Nudging is often a cost-effective approach to public policy.
Since the beginning of human history, people have made decisions in groups. In modern societies, they do so in companies, law firms, school boards, labor unions, religious organizations, governments, and international institutions.