Matchmaker vs. technology. Who wins, in the fight to find love? CNNMoney's Laurie Segall talks to 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Patti Stanger and Tinder CEO Sean Rad about how the quest for a soul mate has changed.
Alec Ross, former senior advisor for innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and author of 'The Industries of the Future' says that custom genetic treatments will be the next mass breakthrough in tech, but it will come with ethical challenges.
Quoc Le, a research scientist at Google, believes artificial intelligence can help improve healthcare, climate change and education.
Dr. Vijay Chudasama is developing antibodies that link with the human immune system's tagging method to create medicines that only target specific parts of the body.
Emily Cole, co-founder of Liquid Light, has pioneered technology to convert waste carbon dioxide into fuel that can replace petroleum in consumer products like plastic bottles.
Bumble turns the dating dynamic on its head by asking women to start the conversation. Laurie Segall reports.
Smart earplugs from Hush pair with your phone and play soothing sounds to help you sleep.
With the help of an app, Teslas can pull into or out of parking spots without the driver in the car.
Austen Heinz's life and death is a Silicon Valley cautionary tale. The brilliant scientist became a rising star in the tech world, but the pressures of entrepreneurial life started a downward spiral that ultimately led to his suicide. In the first installment of CNNMoney's "Mostly Human," Laurie Segall talks with Heinz's family and friends, and sheds light on a growing Silicon Valley trend: depression and suicide.