Proper E-Waste Disposal

There’s little doubt that technology has revolutionized the way we work, go to school, and get our entertainment. The advent of personal computers, cellular telephones, flat screen TVs, and...

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Others are thrilled that summer has arrived. I, on the other hand, am horrified. I have allowed spring to come and go without ever once taking up a kayak...

Summer Weddings, September Jobs?

I read the weddings/celebrations section of the Sunday New York Times, but with an ulterior motive. What has this article got to do with careers? Frankly, quite a lot...

Mistaken Identity

Somewhere in the world there’s another guy with my exact name and birth date whom the authorities would like to ask a few questions. How do I know? For...

Good Healthcare Isn’t Good Without Access

American medicine is the finest in the world. Whether it’s judged by the number of new medicines we discover, or the capabilities of the latest healthcare technologies we develop,...

Clear the Air on Second Hand Smoke

This article was written by Louis LaSalle and Dr. Perry WeinstockIn just a few days a dark cloud will lift from New Jersey and we will all breath easier...

Spring: Premature, but Profligate

While there may be confusion in certain high places over whether or not global warming exists, in 2006 in the Princeton area spring “is icumen in” too soon, WAY...

Developing Your

Discovering and developing your success quotient (SQ) is critical to developing a business that will have lasting success. You've got to set the rules so that you can win....

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.