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The podcast Don't Keep Your Day Job with Cathy Heller showcases creatives who make a living doing what they love. It tells the stories of people who have figured out how to pursue their life's purpose
Even now, he still spends about 80% of his day reading. "Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing whether that leads to some action,"
Here’s the newest guide for learning about cognitive biases and debugging your brain. The human brain has been sculpted over the course of millions of years of evolution, so you’d think it’s been debugged
Schadenfreude, or “happiness at the misfortune of others,” isn’t a fun emotion for most of us, but we all feel it, if only for a brief moment. And, to this point, it’s been assumed that it was just a of
In 1987, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America aired a public service announcement that went on to become a classic of modern pop culture. It likened an egg to "your brain" and a hot pan to "drugs."
Worried about the robot apocalypse? Some may think it’s nothing to worry about, but it is true that a self-learning, intelligent machine will not be perfect. Even if they may not turn evil and want to
Intelligence, or IQ, isn't what you know, but rather the pace at which you acquire new information. While IQ is far from being the only thing that determines success in life, a high IQ still isn't a bad
Breathe easy. Artificial intelligence doesn't have to include murderous, sentient super-intelligence to be dangerous. It's dangerous right now, albeit in generally more primitive terms. If a machine can