It’s IPO Time For Coursera

In 2011, Stanford professor Andrew Ng—along with the help of Daphne Koller—posted videos of his course on machine learning. Within weeks, there were over 100,000 learners who viewed it.  To put things into perspective: Ng’s on-campus course would involve about 400 students per year. This meant that he would have to teach for 250 years to get the same […]


This Virtual Events Startup Is Tackling “Zoom Fatigue” One Meeting At A Time

With in-person conferences shut down by the pandemic for close to a year, many event organizers are trying to stay one step ahead of attendees’ “Zoom fatigue.” That’s not easy with many people’s calendars chock-full of company videoconference calls, webinars and virtual happy hours—not to mention after-work socializing.  Gatherly, an online events platform launched at Georgia […]


Why Now Is A Perfect Time To Practice Mindfulness According To Zen Leader Shantum Seth

With a name that literally translates to “peaceful,” Shantum Seth seemed destined to lead a life dedicated to mindfulness. As an Ordained Teacher in the Zen Buddhist lineage learned under the great Thich Nhat Hanh, he has led pilgrimages and lessons on mindful living worldwide. Shantum even names celebrities like Drew Barrymore and Sting as […]


You are still in time to be part of the first organizational well-being ranking in Latin America

Globally, the trend in employment benefits has shifted from an issue of competitiveness to the well-being of the workforce. Dentalia will award a special prize in the Ranking of Heroine Companies. December 15, 2020 4 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. […]