Artificial Intelligence engineers should enlist ideas and expertise from a broad range of social science disciplines, including those embracing qualitative methods, in order to reduce the potential harm of their creations and to better serve society as a whole.
Americans overestimate the future income for children from wealthy and middle-income families, but underestimate that for children from poor ones, finds a new study by NYU sociologists.
A Conversation with Author and Historian Matthew Stanley
Interviews with the homeless living on New York City streets show that bureaucratic obstacles, not personal recalcitrance, keep many from accepting offers of shelter.
The percentage for white Chicagoans, by comparison, was 20%, according to the new study on racial disparities in a highly segregated city.
Celebrating its 22nd season, New Plays for Young Audiences will stage rehearsed readings of three new plays exploring the price of popularity, a Mayan girl’s adventure at sea, and immigration as experienced by youth.
Children as young as three years old are willing to punish others’ bad behavior, even at personal cost, finds a new study by psychology researchers.
Over the course of a school year, elementary school children lose confidence that they can “be scientists,” but remain more confident that they can “do science."
Food Tank, Salon.com and NYU Steinhardt partner on evening speaker series in NYC. First guests include Joel Berg, Raymond Figueroa Jr., Qiana Mickie, Noreen Springstead and other prominent food figures.