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Generation Z is rewriting the playbook for higher education.

A professor in Ohio takes attendance on Twitter, posts homework on Slack, and holds office hours at 10 p.m. — and it shows how different Gen Z r...

Defined as those born after 1997, Generation Z is growing up in a world where smartphones, social media, and content-streaming are ubiquitous. And now that the oldest Gen Zers are attending college, they're rewriting the playbook for higher education.

Mount Sinai teamed up with the designers who created projects for Nike and Beyonce to build a futuristic, new clinic — and it’s reimaginin...

Business Insider took a tour of Mount Sinai's Lab100, dubbed by its creators as the 'clinic of the future.' Here's what you can expect if you schedule a visit.
Teenage monks practice playing prayer flutes at the Dechen Phodrang monastery on June 14, 2018, in Thimphu, Bhutan.

Modern technology is slowly killing the mood in the ‘happiest country in the world’

Bhutan measures success not by gross domestic product, but by "Gross National Happiness." Although the country is sometimes thought of as the happiest in the world, modern problems are hurting its reputation.
Your smartphone can be hurting your productivity.

10 things you’re doing on your phone that could undermine your success at work

The smartphone has given us instantaneous connection and can help keep our lives in order. However, spending too much time on social media and constantly receiving notifications could be hurting our focus. These 10 smartphone habits could be ruining your productivity, according to experts.
The smart homes of rich people are shockingly advanced.

A look inside the amazing smart-home systems that rich people use

Rich people love spending money on smart-home tech. Oprah Winfrey has a radiant heat system that melts snow off of her home's driveway, while Mark Zuckerberg's custom AI-powered app acts as his own personal butler voiced by actor Morgan Freeman. Here are the smart home systems that rich people use.
Technology is changing the way of life in Bhutan.

Cell phones and computers are slowly taking hold in one of the most mysterious countries in the world — and they’re not making people any ...

Bhutan, one of the most mysterious countries in the world, has resisted modern technology for decades. But lately, cell phones, computers, and TV has transformed life in Bhutan.
Technology can have some serious effects on our health, especially our kids'.

We didn’t let our son look at screens until he was 3 years old — here’s why we’re raising him with limited technology

Technology can have some serious effects on our health, and we consume over 10 hours of media per day. Living technology-free is nearly impossible in this day and age, but my wife and I decided to raise our son with limited technology to avoid these risks. Here's how we do it.
Giving up news was harder than I thought.

I’m a news junkie who ignored everything going on in the world for a week — here’s what happened

I'm a news junkie who decided to pay no attention to current events for a week. The logistics of unplugging were more complex than I expected. I thought I might be less stressed, but I found the opposite to be true. Here's what happened when I gave up news for a week.

I’ve lived in the Bay Area for 30 years, and I’m convinced that tech companies have ruined it

The Bay Area is saturated with tech companies like Twitter and DropBox, but it wasn’t always that way. The inclusive San Francisco was once home to unconventionals and creatives, but tech companies have since taken over, diminishing the rich culture and causing Bay Area real estate prices to soar.