A new generation of architects and designers are raising expectations for the public interest design movement.
A follow up to the recent post "Some Questions About Udacity."
From the Field Series: A living case study of Makmende, which provides women in Nairobi with coordinated walking groups.
Artificial intelligence professor Sebastian Thrun quits Stanford to create a for-profit online university.
The more we share our data with each other inside and outside of our organizations, the more data-driven we can be in our work collectively.
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A report from the first-ever Intersection Event.
Donors who use cell phones to make donations do more than give, they talk about it.
Research suggests that mobile distribution had some tangible benefits for recipients of aid, but they also carried costs that could exceed those of traditional physical and voucher-based transfers.
The redesigned website was inspired and guided by feedback from readers.
From the Field Series: An ongoing report of the Philanthropy, Policy, and Technology Project, which explores the use of private resources for public good.