Models of COVID-19 spread should include the transmission of the virus in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, concludes a new analysis.
New research suggests that managers may make decisions based upon their firms' rivalry relationships with other firms--and the past experiences that led to the formation of these rivalries--rather than in a purely rational fashion on the basis of current information.
The new research contends that contrary to prior findings, high levels of anger expression actually diminish status rather than boost it.
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NYU is among the top 20 nation-wide in the selection of Fulbright students this year, the U.S. State Department program announced today.
What is the true impact of AI on workforces? Can the benefits of automation outweigh the potential negative consequences?
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Researchers Named for Publishing Papers in Top 1 Percent by Citations for Their Fields
New research from the Stern School of Business and Boston University Questrom School of Business finds that patients are less receptive and less likely to trust AI over human healthcare providers.
Researchers from NYU and Georgia Tech are conducting foundational research to understand and improve expert work in an age of data-intensive enhanced cognition, especially in healthcare, where new technologies are rapidly being deployed.
Bitcoin has been envisioned as a global digital currency, yet it has not been widely adopted. New research from NYU Stern establishes that Bitcoin’s limited adoption is inescapable due to its technical design.
Word-of-mouth marketing can be an efficient, cost-effective way for businesses to acquire new customers, especially in the highly competitive digital economy.