The European Commission has been pretty busy lately, not just in dealing with the post-Brexit mess, but also with their digital initiatives. With the new €120 million grant, the EU plans to provide free
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This past week, the Go-playing world was rocked by DeepMind AlphaGo's unexpected victory over legendary champion Lee Se-dol. Sure, supercomputers have beaten chessmasters at their own game before, but
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We all know a few people--probably just a few, actually--who win over everyone they meet. Their charisma is hard to quantify, and yet it makes others feel at ease and drawn to them. How do they do it?
In 2015 organizations held more than 25 million meetings per day in the United States. This translates to more than $37 billion in lost productivity, according to a study by Fuze. One Harvard Business
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There are plenty of good managers out there. They’re efficient, productive, and ensure employees meet objectives. In other words, they get the job done. Once in a while, however, you’ll come across a manager
When futurists first began to predict the merging of man and machine, they surely couldn't have predicted this: wearable furniture. The Japanese-made Archelis is literally a wearable chair that surgeons
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An MIT cognitive science researcher questions the 'unreasonable reputation' of neural networks. Many technologists who are not also neuroscientists would like us to believe that human-like artificial something
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