Harini Sundaram

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  • Adobe’s latest acquisition pisses me off

    We have heard the story time and time again. A new start-up innovates and finds its place in the industry, only for it to be eaten up (i.e bought by an engorged corporation), dissected, and dissolved so it never sees daylight again. I am truly terrified of this happening to Figma.

    Forum | September 26, 2022
  • The teacher shortage crisis: A cautionary tale

    For years, the warning alarms raised by teachers across the nation were ignored. Now waking up from a pandemic-induced frenzy, we have to face the consequences.

    Forum | September 12, 2022
  • Google's blunder with AI ethics

    We’ve seen it all on the big screens. HAL from A Space Odyssey. Skynet from The Terminator. Ultron from Avengers: Age of Ultron. With the intense fear of artificial intelligence (AI) taking over the world and initiating the apocalypse, you would think that we would take more precautions and considerations of the ethics of AI in industry today.

    Forum | March 1, 2021
  • r/wallstreetbets: an underdog story

    It all started with a Reddit group. “Like 4chan found a Bloomberg terminal," it reads in its tag line.

    Forum | February 8, 2021
  • Spring semester update

    In preparation for the new semester, Carnegie Mellon University is ramping up its latest addition to its COVID safety measures, Tartan Testing, as President Jahanian announced in December.

    News | January 13, 2021