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Want to Raise Your IQ by 23 Percent? Neuroscience Says Take Up This Simple Habit

In less time than it takes you to have lunch, you could be expanding your brain -- literally.<p>There are two types of intelligence: crystallized intelligence and fluid intelligence.<p>Crystallized intelligence is your ability to utilize information, skills, and experience already learned -- basically, …

Meditation

A New Hypothesis That Challenges Einstein's Physics Could Soon Be Put to The Test

Is the speed of light really a constant?<p>The speed of light in a vacuum, or <i>c</i>, is pretty much the most fundamental constant in physics – and according …

Physics

Stunning new theory of gravity suggests there's no such thing as dark matter

A new theory of gravity explains the way galaxies rotate without the need for the theoretical presence of dark matter, according to a renowned expert …

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How One University Used Big Data To Boost Graduation Rates

Whenever you surf the Web, sophisticated algorithms are tracking where you go, comparing you with millions of other people. They're trying to predict what you'll do next: Apply for a credit card? Book a family vacation?<p>At least 40 percent of universities report that they're trying some version of …

College & University

Why do we still accept that governments collect and snoop on our data?

Bulk collection clearly violates global rights to privacy and free speech, and now, with a case before the European court of human rights, is the time to stop it<p>In recent weeks, the Hollywood film about Edward Snowden and the movement to pardon the NSA whistleblower have renewed worldwide attention …

Surveillance

5 Ways to Inspire Creativity and Build Strong Character in Your Children, According to a Top Psychologist

Conformity is dangerous. Here's how to teach children to think for themselves.<p>Whether it's doing things because "they've always been done that way" or because "everyone else is doing it," conformity can be very dangerous.<p>My wife and I work hard to instill the right values in our two small children. …

Creativity

How the most productive people power through their to-do lists

There's plenty of good advice on how to be productive. But most of it makes you feel like you need to turn yourself into a machine. You don't want to …

How Big Rockets Break Apart Buildings

The engineers who designed and built the Saturn V rocket knew it was a behemoth, but no one was totally prepared for what it would be like to actually witness it leaving the Earth. As Apollo 4’s five F-1 engines roared to life on the morning of November 9, 1967, it shook the ground and rattled …

Space Exploration

FACT CHECK: Ivanka Trump's 'Lap Dance' with Donald

CLAIM<p>A photograph shows Ivanka Trump grinding on the lap of her father, Donald Trump.<p>RATING<p>WHAT'S TRUE<p>A 1996 photograph was captioned as showing a …

Scientists Finally Discover Exactly Why Poison Ivy Makes You Itchy

They also discovered a promising new molecule that could serve as a poison ivy treatment.<p>Scientists working at Harvard University have only just now identified the process that causes your skin to develop a painful, itchy rash after touching poison ivy. Their results were published last month in …

Protein

The Galaxy S8’s hottest feature might be a new operating system

We now interrupt your regularly scheduled iPhone 7 news to check out what the competition is working on. Apple just unveiled its best iPhone yet, …

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Microsoft shares details on the secret processor at the heart of HoloLens - ExtremeTech

By on August 24, 2016 at 3:20 pm<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>We’ve known for a long time that …

Augmented Reality

Opera's free VPN is now available on Android, iOS and desktop

Opera became the first major browser to add ad-blocking technology and an unlimited free virtual private network (VPN) service into its desktop …

Information Systems

Apple wants you to know it already does great AI — but it’s ‘subtle'

Apple wants you to know it’s been working on AI for years now — you just didn’t know it. In a new feature by Stephen Levy in <i>Backchannel</i>, some of the company’s top execs and machine learning experts hammer home this message, pointing out all the ways in which AI is used in Apple’s products today. …

WATCH: This Simple Triangle Will Change The Way You Think About Maths Forever

Because logarithmic notation is bad.<p>Okay, let's get something straight right off the bat - logarithmic notation in maths is bad and doesn't make a …

Mathematics

Why am I not finding the blog post? Reshaping INDIHOPE

<b>Disclaimer</b><p>Dear Reader, if you have come across here from a different blog post, then it means the blog that you are looking for is no longer …

Google's giant new trans-Pacific internet cable goes online Thursday

‘faster, Faster and FASTER'<p>A new undersea internet cable funded in part by Google and connecting Japan with the US is slated to go online starting June 30th. The joint announcement, made today in a press release from NEC Corporation, says construction and testing on the trans-pacific cable, dubbed …

Artificial Intelligence On A $500 Computer Can Outfly A Fighter Pilot

Artificial intelligence, or AI, may never simulate human intelligence, but it’s still better at some tasks than humans are. Disconcertingly, one of those tasks is “blowing other humans out of the sky.” And not only can this AI outfly a human, it can do it on a computer anybody can pick up at Best …

Artificial Intelligence

iPhone Weakened By Apple's Hesitation Over Risking New Technology

Tucked away in a large stack of Apple patents that were granted today by the US Patents and Trademarks Office is another piece of evidence to suggest that 2017 will see a curved screen iPhone released to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Apple entering the smartphone market. Is that date too late …

Nick Bostrom: ‘We are like small children playing with a bomb’

Sentient machines are a greater threat to humanity than climate change, according to Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom<p>You’ll find the Future of Humanity Institute down a medieval backstreet in the centre of Oxford. It is beside St Ebbe’s church, which has stood on this site since 1005, and above a …

Singularity

World-Famous Scientist: God Created the Universe

Michio Kaku has made a name for himself as a world-leading theoretical physicist unafraid to speak his mind.<p>Kaku, the Henry Semat Chair and …

6 Ways to Get Promoted Instantly

<i>The Leadership Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely</i> …

Star Trek interactive installation reveals how close reality has come to sci-fi

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek franchise and to celebrate, an interactive mobile museum documenting the science fiction …

Gene editing can now change an entire species -- forever

CRISPR gene drives allow scientists to change sequences of DNA and guarantee that the resulting edited genetic trait is inherited by future …

Genetics

Depression, bipolar and borderline personality disorder: A long road to diagnosis

WE OFTEN TALK about the road to recovery but for many living with mental health conditions, it is the first step to diagnosis which is often the most …

Mental Health