Innovation

Could a single shot heal heart disease?

Experts at Penn Medicine are researching novel treatments for heart disease, including CRISPR gene editing technology, CAR T technology, and mRNA injections.

Rachel Ewing



In the News


MIT Technology Review

These six questions will dictate the future of generative AI

A study by Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School found that consultants using ChatGPT-4 outperformed those who did not.

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Marketplace (NPR)

What immigration actually does to jobs, wages and more

Zeke Hernandez of the Wharton School speaks about the economics of immigration and explains why it doesn’t cause job losses for native workers.

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Technical.ly Philly

This Penn resident is behind an AI app aiming to reduce physician burnout

Penn Medicine resident Nikhil Illa is featured as the cofounder of Pocket Scribe, maker of a cloud-based app that assists physicians by using artificial intelligence to transcribe and sort dictated notes. The app won the Best Pitch Award at Pennovation’s annual accelerator pitch day.

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WBUR Radio (Boston)

Test driving artificial intelligence in the classroom

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School explains how he’s instructing his students to use artificial intelligence for class assignments.

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Fast Company

Meta’s new legal strategy: calling the FTC’s actions unconstitutional

Gus Hurwitz of Penn Carey Law says that Meta’s argument that the FTC’s actions are unconstitutional could have merit, both with the bald facts of the case and because of broader implications.

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Business Insider

AI is going to force millions of workers to train for new jobs. The U.S. has historically been terrible at this

Ethan Mollick of the Wharton School says that older female workers took a lifelong hit to wages when telephone operators became automated in the late 19th century.

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