A follow up to the recent post "Some Questions About Udacity."
Understanding why people behave unselfishly
Artificial intelligence professor Sebastian Thrun quits Stanford to create a for-profit online university.
In a session at the Opportunity Collaboration, stories were shared on the power and importance of community decision-making.
Jumo might just move from being a content platform for people who give a damn to an immersive experience.
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The effective philanthropy movement operates on an evidence-based understanding of how the world works.
Appeals to caring for the needy are likely to backfire unless advocates acknowledge and avoid inflaming passions that stem from other powerful moral values.
One way to frame efforts to increase charitable giving is to think of it as “changing the coefficients of giving.”