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Friday, January 30, 2015

Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Ethicists Question Impact of Hospital Advertising

Hosptial AdvertisingIn a commentary piece published in JAMA Internal Medicine, CMU's Alex John London and Pitt's Yael Schenker question the impact of health information that is available online, voicing their concerns that reliable and unbiased information may be hard to identify among the growing number of medical care advertisements. MORE
Friday, January 30, 2015

Game On

Global Game JamStudents taking a class in the IDeATe network plugged in and played with this year’s Global Game Jam theme, “What Do We Do Now?” MORE
Thursday, January 29, 2015

Carnegie Mellon Team Finds Individuals May Fail To Navigate Complex Tradeoffs in Privacy Decision-Making

Data PrivacyCarnegie Mellon researchers detail the privacy hurdles people face while navigating in the information age, and what should be done about privacy at a policy level, in a review published in the Jan. 30 special issue of the journal Science. MORE
Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The Dream of Education

Freeman HrabowskiSimon Initiative lecturer Freeman Hrabowski challenges CMU to bring Dr. Martin Luther King's vision of equal social opportunity to life. MORE