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The unsung hero of the worst aviation disaster of all time

On this day in 1977, at Tenerife-North Airport (formerly Los Rodeos), two Boeing 747s - one belonging to KLM, the other to Pan Am - collided on a foggy runway. Five hundred and eighty-three people were killed in what remains the deadliest air disaster in history.<p>Telegraph Travel has previously …

The truth about AI, NLP and ML – human involvement is mandatory

This is a viewpoint from Mike Slone, chief experience officer for Travelaer..The technology revolution today – led by artificial intelligence (AI), …

To Raise Creative Kids, Adam Grant Says Do This (You've Been Avoiding It Like the Plague) | Inc.com

When we want to encourage creativity, we usually try to make sure people feel psychologically safe. Never shoot down an idea no matter how ludicrous in a brainstorming session, we're told, while teachers and managers are reminded to cushion negative feedback with positive reinforcement.<p>All this …

Creativity

All You Need to Know About Bitcoin’s Rise, From $0.01 to $15,000

The initial price of bitcoin, set in 2010, was less than 1 cent. Now it’s crossed $16,000. Once seen as the province of nerds, libertarians and drug …

Eli Manning's Response to Getting Benched Is a Powerful Lesson in Leadership | Inc.com

Imagine you're a loyal employee, having worked for the same employer for over a decade. You've been through a number of ups and downs, and this year is definitely one of the "downs"--but for reasons out of your control. Still, most--both inside and outside of the organization--recognize you as one …

NFL

Exploding binary stars will light up the sky in 2022

Stellar collisions are an amazingly rare thing. According to our best estimates, such events only occur in our galaxy (within globular clusters) once …

This fictional video about AI-powered weapons makes The Terminator look like a Disney film

If you woke up today feeling like the world wasn’t a very scary place, and for some reason you didn’t want to continue feeling that way, we’ve got the remedy for you. “Slaughterbots” is seven minutes and forty-seven seconds of sheer horror designed to be a fictional warning against a future full of …

Stephen Hawking

Ask Ethan: If Matter Is Made Of Point Particles, Why Does Everything Have A Size?

The big idea of atomic theory is that, at some smallest, fundamental level, the matter that makes up everything can be divided no further. Those ultimate building blocks would be literally ἄ-τομος, or un-cuttable. As we’ve gone down to progressively smaller scales, we’ve found that molecules are …

Women's Intuition: It's a Real Thing. Ask a Neuroscientist

Author John Gray wrote in the ’90s that if men are from Mars, women are from Venus. But differences in communication styles — for example, men often …

Psychologists studied 5,000 genius kids for 45 years — here are their 6 key takeaways

Follow thousands of superbright kids for four and a half decades, and you learn a thing or two about how to raise a high-achiever.<p>One of the biggest …

The End of Moore's Law Will Change How We Need To Think About Innovation | Inc.com

In 1965, Intel cofounder Gordon Moore published a remarkably prescient paper which predicted that computing power would double about every two years. For a half century, this process of doubling has proved to be so remarkably consistent that today it is commonly known as Moore's Law and has driven …

Artificial Intelligence

Octlantis is a just-discovered underwater city engineered by octopuses

Gloomy octopuses—also known as common Sydney octopuses, or <i>octopus tet</i><i>ricus—</i>have long had a reputation for being loners. Marine biologists once thought they inhabited the subtropical waters off eastern Australia and northern New Zealand in solitude, meeting only to mate, once a year. But now there’s …

Zoology

Proof Of 'God Playing Dice With The Universe' Found In The Sun's Interior

Deep inside the Sun’s interior, the fusion of lighter nuclei into heavier ones causes a tiny amount of mass to be lost, converted into energy via the famous <i>E = mc2</i>. At temperatures of 4,000,000 K or above, all the way up to 15,000,000 K in the Sun’s very center, hydrogen and helium isotopes build …

Physics

The role of AI in the future of health care

American physician and surgeon William J. Mayo, one of the founders of the famed Mayo Clinic, stated, “The aim of medicine is to prevent disease and prolong life, the ideal of medicine is to eliminate the need of a physician.” Emerging applications of artificial intelligence (AI), as well as …

Neuroscientist explains how your brain hallucinates your conscious reality

In this recently released TED Talk, neuroscientist Anil Seth explains the intricacies of human consciousness and how we all are constantly …

Your Brain Doesn't Contain Memories. It Is Memories

Recall your favorite memory: the big game you won; the moment you first saw your child's face; the day you realized you had fallen in love. It's not …

The decentralization of startup building

Building and investing in startups is rapidly proliferating to the many, instead of remaining the preserve of the few.<p><b>The old paradigm of physical centralization</b><p>Silicon Valley is the innovation bellwether of our time. The concentration of talent and capital — as well as a culture typified by speed …

The 17 best new startups that have launched this year

Business Insider spoke to founders and venture capitalists and took a look at funding data to identify some of the startups that had the biggest starts in 2017. Some names on the list are officially launching out of stealth, while others are still in their early stages.<p>From a VR arcade company to a …

Piano Kids - Music & Songs

Piano Kids – Music & Songs is an app created especially for kids and parents to learn to play musical instruments, wonderful songs, exploring …

How To Use Simon Sinek's Golden Circle for Marketing and Sales | Inc.com

The Golden Circle is an innovative concept presented by Simon Sinek in his TED Talk "Start with Why". It's super inspiring and challenges the status quo at its core for identifying your purpose for what you want to do in business, and in life.<p>The thesis of Simon's "Start with Why" is his discovery …

Marketing

Best Camera Settings for Landscape Photography

It's no wonder that landscape photography is so popular...For starters, it's an accessible given that we're surrounded by landscapes big and small …

Architreasure Weekly #2

Having been overwhelmed by the response after our pilot episode of Architreasure Weekly, here’s episode #2! Architreasure Weekly is our weekly dose …

How to Build Your Online Reputation

Take a look at the three building blocks of any successful online strategy.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In a world seemingly dominated by faceless online businesses with low prices, how much does your online reputation matter?<p>If you’re a small business owner, chances …

The Social Media Analytics Showdown: What You Can Track and How

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You need three things to create good campaigns and engage with fans on social media: good content, a steady stream of good content, content intelligence.<p>Every minute, we see a heavy downpour of social media messages, like millions of …

The uproar over Unroll.me selling user data to Uber shows most people don’t understand ad-based business models

Nothing really comes for free.<p><i>A version of this essay was originally published at</i> <i>Tech.pinions</i><i>, a website dedicated to informed opinions, insight and perspective on the tech industry.</i><p>This week saw a furor surrounding Unroll.me, a service that offers to unsubscribe users from unwanted emails, but …

3 Entrepreneurs Share How They Got a VC to Say 'Yes'

An investor shares why he said yes to these founders.<p>This story appears in the May 2017 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>Elan Zivotofsky is not your typical investor. Rather than just choose where his own firm’s money goes, he makes decisions that also influence thousands of smaller investors. …

More than a million patients flock to this website. Drug companies are in hot pursuit.

This isn’t Brian Loew’s first run at Internet success.<p>During the thick of the dot-com mania 20 years ago, Loew and some friends built an online publishing company called Worldweb.net. It had 150 employees and $15 million in revenue but, like many start-ups from the era, it never posted a …

Google Search

How Companies Say They’re Using Big Data

Are companies seeing any value to their investments in “big data”? I’ve been surveying executives of Fortune 1000 companies about their data investments since 2012, and for the first time a near majority – 48.4% — report that their firms are achieving measurable results from their big data …

Being Comfortable at Work is Actually More of A Curse than A Blessing | Inc.com

Success, both career-wise or company wise, is awesome. There's nothing quite as exciting as watching your new product crush it, or working your tail off for a promotion and then getting it. When it happens, celebrate, relish it, shout from the hilltops. Then get paranoid.<p>The major downside of …

An outlandish surgeon who aims to perform the first head transplant just gave a rat a second head

Despite the numerous obstacles Canavero faces from ethical and scientific standpoints, he appears to be moving full-steam ahead. Last year, he performed what he called a "proof-of-concept" procedure in which he severed a dog's spinal cord then reconnected it — one of the major obstacles to …