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The long arm of automation is reaching out into realms previously thought unconquerable by machines. The Associated Press is proving journalism to be another of those realms.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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I won’t make you wait: the answer is no. But Article IV, section 2 of the Constitution, which spells that out, is apparently no obstacle for Roy Moore, the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. On Tuesday, Judge Moore wrote a letter to the Alabama...
From: Big Think | By: Steven Mazie | Friday, January 30, 2015
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High intensity exercise is better at prevent conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and stroke, than typical sustained activities like jogging or biking.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Sunday, February 1, 2015
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Creativity comes at unusual times: in the shower, when you're out for a walk, seemingly when we aren't doing anything—when we're bored. But smartphones assure that our minds are never without occupation.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Sunday, February 1, 2015
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Given only their credit card numbers, a group from MIT was able to uncover the identities of 90 percent of 1.1 million people.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Sunday, February 1, 2015
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The world is safer now than it ever has been yet you wouldn't know it judging the behavior of a fear-addicted society.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Sunday, February 1, 2015
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T.J. Breeden's non-profit eMerging Enterprises employs a grassroots approach to providing job training and career advice to veterans and other people in need of a helping hand.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Leaders are not defined by their bombastic decisionmaking but by the ways in which they pool information to inform their choices.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut has teamed with Covanta Energy Corporation to explore the ways marine waste can be turned into clean energy.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Sports and science go together like Beast Mode and Skittles. Throws, collisions, sprints, and kicks are all dependent on the Laws of Physics.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Saturday, January 31, 2015
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Young math learners are done a major disservice by speed trials and drills, says education expert Jo Boaler. We need to redesign education so that students work on problems they enjoy.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Only 40 percent of full-time working adults in the United States have a will. That's not promising for those folks' loved ones who would be tasked with dividing up their possessions if something awful happens.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Friday, January 30, 2015
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European robotics experts obviously have their priorities in order because they're designing a system to help facilitate more efficient wine-making.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Denmark fell seven places on the OECD Better Life Index of overall life satisfaction, plummeting oil prices have made Norwegians jumpy, and Sweden is coping with increased racial polarization.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Americans are quickly loosing interest in the country's most infamous contribution to global culture: the fast food restaurant.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Rich or poor, we all make unethical decisions. However, a recent study has found that different socio-economic classes will make these choices for different reasons.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Natalie Shoemaker | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Knowing how to schedule and run an efficient meeting can mean the difference between your employees feeling positively about their day or believing they are slowing wasting their lives.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Orion Jones | Friday, January 30, 2015
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Earlier this week, scientists at UC Irvine revealed that they have learned how to unboil an egg. Their discovery could lead to the development of a protein restoration system that would be a major asset in the fight against cancer.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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"I don't say I was 'proceeding down a thoroughfare', I say I 'walked down the road'. I don't say I 'passed a hallowed institute of learning', I say I 'passed a school'. You don't wear all your jewellery at once. You're much more believable if you talk...
From: Big Think | By: Big Think Editors | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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It may sound crazy but a lot of the skills and values necessary to launch a successful startup are similar to those that embody punk rock.Read More...
From: Big Think | By: Robert Montenegro | Thursday, January 29, 2015
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