University of Illinois
Biodemographer and professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois in Chicago
Imagine a future where facial recognition not only confirms a person’s identity, but also predicts how long they’ll live. Well, a new project called “Face My Age” does just that...
Jul. 3, 2014from To the Point
California is ready to partially reopen major sectors of its economy as early as this Friday, including retail shops and the manufacturers that supply them, Gov.
May. 5from KCRW Features
States all over the world are ramping up surveillance, as people seemingly willingly give up whatever civil liberties they have left in the name of safety.
Apr. 24from Scheer Intelligence
San Diego politician Peter Navarro harnessed the power of accusation in his rise to the top
Apr. 23from Zócalo's Connecting California
The coronavirus pandemic exposes collapsing medical systems around the world, as well as weaknesses with health care in the United States.
May. 7from To the Point
A Los Angeles real estate consultant has agreed to plead guilty to a federal racketeering offense for participating in a “pay-to-play” schem e at LA City Hall.
May. 14from KCRW Features
Los Angeles is in the middle of a highly contested race for one of the most powerful law enforcement jobs in the country: the county district attorney. Incumbent Jackie Lacey faces a…
Apr. 17from KCRW Features
In the debut episode of The Legal Eagle Files, KCRW host and journalist Madeleine Brand talks with law professor Jessica Levinson about how much the government can limit individual…
Apr. 28from The Legal Eagle Files
On this episode of Greater LA: As we adjust to the new normal, some parents are concerned their young kids may be getting too much screen time as distance learning takes hold.
May. 13from Greater LA
Banking expert Nomi Prins explains why Congress’ stimulus bill has been a boon for Wall Street and not the small businesses that need it most.
May. 15from Scheer Intelligence