October 24, 2019 by Erika Check Hayden This year, as in the past, the Nobel Prize’s science awards overwhelmingly went … Continue reading More Inclusive Science Journalism Is Better Science Journalism
Two scientific papers in South Africa have raised questions among critics about the quality — and potential biases — of … Continue reading Critics of Peer Review Ask How ‘Race Science’ Still Manages to Slip Through
AI-driven medical tools could democratize health care, but some worry they could also worsen inequalities. July 29, 2019 by Jeremy … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Could Improve Health Care for All — Unless it Doesn’t
Cover image: Detail from Patroclus by Jacques Louis David, 1780. Courtesy Wikipedia It’s tempting to think of the mind as a layer that … Continue reading The body is the missing link for truly intelligent machines
Imagen de portada: Detalle de Patroclus por Jacques Louis David, 1780. Cortesía de Wikipedia Por Ben Medlock, cofundador de SwiftKey, … Continue reading El cuerpo es el eslabón perdido para máquinas verdaderamente inteligentes
In today’s ecosystem of online science publications, it can be hard to tell what qualifies as journalism and what doesn’t. … Continue reading Revisiting the Role of the Science Journalist
Big data is helping to uncover the skills and strategies — as well as the invisible structural factors — that … Continue reading What Matters Most on the Road to Scientific Success?