"Can I guarantee it'll work on ten out of ten patients and if not, is it worth the risk associated with the implant?"
Big questions are coming to the forefront as researchers develop new neuro technology for patients suffering depression, Alzheimer's and PTSD. Managing editor Rachel Uranga talked with UCLA experts in the field at this week's dot.LA Summit.
The computer-brain interfaces in development are largely geared toward helping people with debilitating conditions, but researchers say they can see a day when people use them cosmetically, for instance, to enhance memory. Read more >>
How tough is it to infuse a retail website with entirely new products every day? Very. But that's exactly what Zulily, an ecommerce site that sells unique retail brands primarily to women, did when it went live in 2010. Listen to Office Hours >>
The pandemic accelerated a trend in consumer behavior that experts would take a decade to unfold. "We just achieved that digital acceleration over the last nine months. And I think it's only going to continue." Read more >>