March 27, 2017
Gender and racial biases can distort data and even affect things like facial-recognition software, according to a robotics intern at HP Labs.
March 21, 2017
The "Radiant Earth" effort will gather and analyze satellite imagery for use in tackling humanitarian and environmental issues. Also, inside looks at how Charity: Water deploys data to boost fundraising and why the head of the Metropolitan Museum of Art was forced out.
March 17, 2017
Environmental nonprofits are calling it a “scorched-earth budget," diverse foreign-aid groups are united in their fury, and leaders in science, education, the arts, and social services are voicing grave concerns.
March 09, 2017
A school-choice option built on tax credits and touted by the president carries big financial benefits for wealthy donors, according to a new study. Also, a maker of grants-management software secures $16 million in venture capital, highlighting investor interest in nonprofit tech.
March 01, 2017
Also, pharmaceutical firms defend steep price hikes as necessary to subsidize drug-donation programs, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's director resigns under pressure.
February 28, 2017
Also, Jewish nonprofits are hit by another wave of bomb threats, and Harvard's investment chief shakes up management of the world's wealthiest endowment.
February 27, 2017
Also, a look at Salesforce's influential "Pledge 1%" model for corporate giving and the rise of cause gift cards targeting millennial consumers.
February 22, 2017
Midsize organizations are finally rebounding from the recession, and online giving remains a bright spot, according to the annual study by fundraising-software company Blackbaud.
February 17, 2017
Marcus Shingles, CEO of the XPrize Foundation, talks about the nonprofit's crowd-powered competitions to produce technological breakthroughs and solutions to complex social problems.