I can’t visualize images, and I recently learned that there’s a term for people who experience the world that way: Aphantasia.
Read more: Here’s what it feels like to be blind in my mind — a condition called ‘aphantasia’
Raja Rajamannar talks about the World Federation of Advertisers’ call for brands to “hold platforms to account.”
Read more: Advertisers are calling on Facebook and Google to clean up their act or risk losing billions
For many people who struggle with anxiety and depression, it’s a huge challenge to find a therapist they can afford. Now, a growing group of apps, including Talkspace and The Difference, are using technology to improve access.
Read more: Talking to a therapist through Alexa could make mental health care more accessible
“To an economist, this is perhaps the most exciting thing about space settlement!” Matt Weinzierl, a professor at Harvard Business School who has written about the economics of space, tells Inverse. With Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk possibly on the verge of opening up space to society, a prospect that has venture capitalists excited, this developing area of research has started to grapple with how economics may shift as humans explore beyond Earth.
Read more: A Mars Colony Could Be Humanity’s First Shot at a Ground-Up, Pure Economy
He wasn’t the only one who felt a sense of alarm. One of the most popular classes at Harvard Business School, home to the next generation of Fortune 500 executives, was a class on “reimagining capitalism.” Seven years ago, the elective started with 28 students. Now there were nearly 300 taking it. During that period the students had grown increasingly cynical about corporations and the government, said Rebecca Henderson, the Harvard economist who teaches the course.
Read more: Capitalism in crisis: U.S. billionaires worry about the survival of the system that made them rich
Regulators and lawmakers worldwide have begun to take a firmer stance against executives whose companies are found guilty of wrongdoing.
Read more: Lawmakers call for Zuckerberg to be held accountable for Facebook’s privacy fumbles
Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is a remarkable phone that shows what future foldable devices will eventually be like, allowing you to unfold your phone into a tablet, but this $2,000 phone broke after two days of testing.
Read more: Samsung’s ,000 folding phone gave me a tantalizing glimpse of the future — before it broke
Eric Yuan started Zoom in 2011 after helping build WebEx. His company is now worth $15.9 billion after its IPO, and Yuan owns about 20%.
Read more: Zoom’s CEO emigrated from China and spoke little English—now he’s worth almost billion
Tencent won approval from regulators to sell the Nintendo Switch in China, but analysts warned there are still more regulatory hurdles to overcome.
Read more: Nintendo shares surge more than 16% after tie-up with Tencent to sell Switch console in China
Ancestry said it has removed the ad from YouTube and is pulling it from TV.
Read more: Ancestry is pulling ad with apparent slavery-era theme