Can Wikipedia Fix Its Information Inequality Problem?

Wikipedia has revolutionized the way that knowledge is produced and dramatically increased access to information. A closer look at the 300,000 active editors who contribute to Wikipedia’s millions of articles shows that they play a powerful role in shaping the world-wide information ecosystem, generating positive feedback loops that leave other topics in the dust, under-researched and unread. Their impact on the most visited educational resource on the planet affects us all.

A Digital Currency for the Public by the Public

Could a Central Bank Digital Currency ensure privacy and transparency for every transaction? A new model of digital currency proposes a secure yet anonymous “asymmetric privacy” alternative to cash, traditional bank transactions, and cryptocurrency. While cash is guaranteed by the state and makes transactions private for both sender and receiver, e-commerce offers greater convenience and access to worldwide platforms, but at the cost of privacy. A new form of digital currency offers an emerging solution that melds cash with global accessibility and security.

Occupational evolution or extinction?

Despite being essential in organizations across sectors, data scientists wrestle with the implications of writing the code that will replace their own jobs. New research analyzes six years of what data scientists have been saying about their occupational identity and its interlinked evolution to new digital technologies.

Delve Deeper Into Post-Pandemic Management Decision Making

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Delve has examined how organizations grapple with a rapidly shifting world. Continuing to leverage insight from management research, Delve launches into uncharted post-pandemic directions with a new website, podcast episodes, and new articles.

How AI Can Tame Pandemic Panic Buying

Parallels between the inner workings of an organization and the systems comprising the human body are numerous. To understand these similarities is to begin implementing effective organizational change.

Can Smart Cities Be Smarter?

In the end, smart cities should “address various human needs, including safety, sustainability, service agility, reliability, resilience, and privacy,” Qi writes, adding that one of the biggest risks to cities’ smart growth will be the human tendency to build technology for the sake of building technology.

Overcoming Bias in AI Technologies

Amazon employs hundreds of thousands of people, and when you are building a workforce that’s the size of a medium-sized city, hiring top talent is a gargantuan task. Artificial intelligence holds promise to make human resources more efficient.

How to Recognize and Avoid the Toxic Glamour of Glossy Work

“Glossy work” is a new term in the human resource management lexicon. But the concept is likely to feel uncomfortably familiar to legions of modern workers whose dream job falls far short of the hype.

The Divided State of American Public Health

There are 50 states in the United States of America—and there have been more than 50 different approaches to suppressing and managing COVID-19.