Stephen Gossett
Senior Staff Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Technology journalism
Education: Webster University

Stephen Gossett is a former Built In senior staff reporter covering technology trends, design, UX and data science. Prior to joining Built In, he was a digital editor at the design-focused Sixtysix Magazine, associate editor at the local news site Chicagoist and managing editor at the culture website Flavorpill. Gossett holds a bachelor’s degree in film studies from Webster University.

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Jun 27, 2023
VR has made real impacts in healthcare, employee training and, of course, gaming.
scales judicial analytics
May 02, 2023
This model is hunting for systemic patterns and biases. Paywalls be damned.
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Apr 04, 2023
Online games can foster genuine psychological benefits and feelings of community, experts say.
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Apr 04, 2023
These software and services providers aim to help you get prospects in the door — quickly.
mission statement compass
Mar 21, 2023
Plus a guide on how to write a mission statement.
game development career
Mar 21, 2023
Turning your video gaming passion into a career in game development is hard work. Here’s some insight on how to go from player to pro.
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Mar 07, 2023
From pick-up-and-play casual mobile games to geocache hunting to bleeding-edge virtual reality, these innovative upstarts and trusted veterans are why video gaming continues to lap all entertainment competitors.
ai books
Mar 07, 2023
From popular interest to practical application, here are some shelf-worthy texts.
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Feb 21, 2023
Python, R, SQL and more — check out the best programming languages for data science.
data visualization books
Jan 24, 2023
From general interest to advanced texts, here’s the best data visualization books to dive into.
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Jan 10, 2023
The sunny, internet-born solarpunk aesthetic continues to evolve online — but what about in real life?
Illustration of two people with speech bubbles that are crashing and cracking, misused ux design
Dec 13, 2022
And what they really mean.