One of them writes, "There is a very American tendency to look for technological fixes for significant problems. In general, technological fixes only work in the context of appropriate institutional structures."
BlackBerry has bought a minority stake in privately held U.S. healthcare IT firm NantHealth. The two companies told Reuters they are working together to develop a new smartphone tailored to the needs the
"Watson, the supercomputer that is now the world Jeopardy champion, basically went to med school after it won Jeopardy," MIT's Andrew McAfee, coauthor of The Second Machine Age, said recently in an interview
A December surge propelled healthcare sign-ups through the US government's rehabilitated website past the 1 million mark, the Obama administration said on Sunday, reflecting new signs of life for the federal
The new Kia K900 is deceptively big. From a distance, the design makes Kia's new rear-drive flagship appear to occupy the same footprint as a midsize sedan. And it looks like a cross between a Lexus GS
Obamacare’s rollout dented the Department of Health and Human Services in just the first month. Up next year: the Internal Revenue Service. A key piece of the health care law gives Americans making less
Washington’s political atmospherics couldn’t be much worse for taking on big, complicated things after the bungled Obamacare launch. One unlucky and little noticed casualty: climate change. A sweeping