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Making Med-Speak More Intelligible

Dina Demner-Fushman speaks on natural language processing at the April 11 ACM/IEEE meeting in Princeton.

Pyramid Schemes, Through the Ages

TCNJ Provost William Keep discusses the multilevel marketing industry at the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 17.

How to Profit From the Gig Economy

Elizabeth Eiss, founder and CEO of ResultsResourcing, a Manhattan-based online freelance concierge, speaks at the Ellevate networking group on Tuesday, April 23.

The Joy of Aesthetics

In her book, “Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness,” Ingrid Fetell Lee describes a surprising link between aesthetics, design, and the feeling of joy, and explains how everyone can get a little more of it in their lives.

Dear Helga: You’re Not Going to Believe What My Employee Did This Time

Employment lawyer Michael S. Cohen discusses uncommon HR issues and practical, business-focused solutions for solving problems.

Surviving the Startup Grind

The most recent Startup Grind meeting featured Chisa Egbelu, co-founder of the scholarship marketplace website Pedul.

Preparing for the Age of Automation

Some technologists think that improvements in artificial intelligence and robotics will bring about an “age of automation” where many existing careers will be taken over by machines.

Venture’s a Pitch

The New Jersey Technology Council hosts the Venture’s a Pitch: Startup Acceleration event on Thursday, March 28.

Encore! World’s Oldest Computer Festival Returns

Cyber security is the theme of the 44th annual Trenton Computer Festival on March 23.

We Can’t Afford Not to Have Universal Healthcare

Healthcare consultant and Hamilton resident Ed Eichhorn has co-authored “Healing American Healthcare: A Plan to Provide Quality Care for All, While Saving $1 Trillion a Year,”

Trending Stories

From NJWedding.com to NJParenting.com

Twenty-two years after it launched NJWedding.com is starting a family: NJParenting.com, launched in February, is a directory of child-related services, much like its parent site is a directory for the wedding business.