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Inside the black box: Understanding AI decision-making

Artificial intelligence algorithms are increasingly influential in peoples' lives, but their inner workings are often opaque. We examine why, and …

Artificial Intelligence

It's Time to Stop Talking About EQ, Because It Doesn't Actually Exist | Inc.com

<i>What is more beneficial in life; a high EQ or IQ? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Jordan B Peterson, psychology professor at the University of Toronto, clinical psychologist, on Quora:</b><p>There …

Psychology

Is EmDrive Real? NASA Paper On ‘Impossible’ Propulsion System Passes Peer Review

Can you drive a car by getting on the front seat and pushing the windshield? The answer, as anyone familiar with high-school level physics would tell …

Computer Science courses with video lectures

Please Note: UC Berkeley course videos to be taken offline on 15th March 2017. As per website, Beginning March 15, 2017, iTunesU Course Capture …

Five ways Trump flips presidential transition norms upside down

Since his victory in the 8 November presidential election, Donald Trump and his campaign have carried their unorthodox style into the transition process, with disregard for the press and seemingly unfiltered use of Twitter by the president-elect, as well as close involvement from the family members …

Donald Trump

The Teen Nazi Suicide That Wasn’t

He created a Facebook where others called for killing blacks and Jews, then he took his own life. The story went viral, but the truth about what …

Mental Health

Idiot CEO threatens to kill Donald Trump on Facebook, gets fired for it

While tech giants from the likes of Apple, Microsoft and Facebook chose to play it safe when Donald Trump won the election, the CEO of San Diego-based cybersecurity firm PacketSled opted for a different approach – and publicly threatened to kill the newly elected Republican candidate on …

New evidence points to hidden ocean on Pluto

Evidence is mounting that Pluto has a hidden ocean that could potentially be a habitat for life. Scientists believe it is buried beneath the dwarf …

SpaceX Hauls Massive Mars Spaceship Tank to the Sea for Testing

Elon Musk’s out-of-this-world brainchild, SpaceX, is working on a new way for mankind to travel to Mars with its Interplanetary Transport System. The …

Space Travel

Autism And ADHD Have More In Common Than You Might Think

The two disorders co-occur in up to 80 percent of cases.<p>We don’t tend to look at autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as having much in common, but new science offers a compelling reason to consider some of the striking similarities between the two disorders.<p>Autism Spectrum Disorder, …

FBI's decision to reopen Clinton email probe enabled Donald Trump to win election, says former aide Corey Lewandowski

The FBI's controversial decision to re-examine Hillary Clinton's emails enabled Donald Trump to win the election, his former campaign manager has claimed.<p>Corey Lewandowski, who is expected to be offered a key position in the Trump administration, described the move as "amazing" and said it gave the …

Donald Trump

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. Apple has a secret team working to make the iPhone's camera a portal to augmented reality.</b> The effort involves teams from several startups the company has acquired.<p><b>2. SpaceX has asked for permission to launch 4,425 satellites.</b> That's more than the total number of satellites that currently orbit …

Controversial gene-editing technique injected into cancer patients in China

Latest use of technology seems to avoid use of embryonic cells, may spur international race<p>Experiments in China with a controversial gene modifying …

This Totally Accurate Battle Simulator Might Be the Most Ridiculous Video Game Ever

Sorry, I don’t care if you caught a Squirkachu on Pokemon GTFO, because the only video game that will matter after today is Totally Accurate Battle …

Medieval

27 Sex Facts You Need in Your Life

This is not your high school sex ed class.<p>Even if you consider yourself a total sexpert, there is always something new to learn about sex. From all the crazy ways it can improve your health to the downright weird things that happen during the act, read on for <i>everything</i> you could possibly want to …

Sexual Health

17 Things EVERY Woman Deserves in a Relationship

Including late-night tampon runs and wake-up sex<p>Sure, we’ve been told to make compromises in our relationships because no one is perfect, but that doesn’t mean you still shouldn’t hold out for excellence. Every woman deserves a partner that will love and respect her, but it’s the little things that …

Relationships

8 Ways You're Probably Using Your Curling Iron Wrong

Nix these mistakes for perfect waves every time.<p>There's nothing worse than spending tons of time meticulously curling your hair before an event, only to end up with frizzy curls, weird pieces sticking out, an embarrassingly outdated style, or worse...limp locks because your curls didn't even last …

Hair

Mens Hair trends for 2015 by Menswear Style

<b>Men’s hair trends don’t tend to make a sweeping change season to season like clothing trends do,</b> it’s a slower transition and it’s not always easy to …

Toronto man finds woman with ex-girlfriend's name for free trip around world

A Toronto man looking for a travel partner with the same name as his ex-girlfriend has finally found his match.<p>After making headlines a month ago by …

New York schoolboy 'made $72million trading stocks on his lunch breaks' - and now takes his friends out to dine on $400 caviar, drives a BMW and has definitely made his immigrant parents proud

• <b>Mohammed Islam, 17, started dabbling in penny stocks at the age of nine</b>• <b><br>He trades stocks on lunch breaks at New York's Stuyvesant High School</b>• <b><br>Has made</b> …

Beyond chemistry: Science of relationships

For years, answers to the questions that turn lovers into loathers have been hard to come by, at least ones that are rooted in research rather than hunches. A new book, "The Science of Relationships" promises some "Answers to Your Questions About Dating, Marriage and Family" (Kendall Hunt) that are …

Day Care