Please see the article linked below introducing our new Wealth Management program and it’s Interim Program Director, Tracy Schwartz, from the Family Wealth Report. “Back To School: Columbia University’s New Wealth Program” – Tom Burroughes https://www.familywealthreport.com/article.php?id=187810#.XxIOKihKg2z Continue reading “Back To School: Columbia University’s New Wealth Program”
Please see three articles concerning the COVID-19 written by Robert Klitzman, Academic Director of our Bioethics program, from The New York Times, Psychology Today, and The Hill. Doctors Need Room to Make the Wrenching Decisions They Face How History Can Help Us Understand and Cope With COVID-19 How hospitals will decide who lives and who dies in the COVID-19 crisis Continue reading New Publications: From Robert Klitzman M.D.
“Why many people minimize the threat and others take risks” Please find a link directing you to a new publication concerning the Coronavirus written by Robert Klitzman, Academic Director of our Bioethics program. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/am-i-my-genes/202003/why-people-have-trouble-making-sense-the-coronavirus Continue reading New Publication: “Why People Have Trouble Making Sense of the Coronavirus” – Robert Klitzman M.D.
Please find Siddhartha Dalal’s recent publication below: Abstract : We discuss dynamic real-time analysis from multimodal data fusion for contextual risk identification to generate “risk maps” for the workplace, resulting in timely identification of hazards and associated risk mitigation. It includes new machine/deep learning, analytics, methods, and its applications that deal with the unconventional data collected from pictures, videos, documents, mobile apps, sensors/Internet of Things, … Continue reading New Publication: “Deep Analytics for Workplace Risk and Disaster Management” – Siddhartha Dalal
“Mainstream media are regularly accused of being biased or of peddling “fake news”. But are the accusations fair? Does a supposedly “partisan” newspaper like the New York Times really differ in the tone of its coverage from a “neutral” newswire service like Reuters? Siddhartha Dalal, Berkay Adlim and Michael Lesk investigate“ See the attached PDF below to read. Continue reading New Publication: “How to Measure Relative Bias in Media Coverage?” – Siddhartha Dalal
Since the first “test tube baby” was born over 40 years ago, In Vitro Fertilization and other Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) have advanced in extraordinary ways, producing millions of babies. An estimated 20% of American couples use infertility services to help them conceive, and that number is growing. Such technologies permit thousands of people, including gay and lesbian couples and single parents, to have offspring. … Continue reading New Publication: “Designing Babies: How Technology is Changing the Ways We Create Children” – Robert Klitzman