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Dermatologists hate him! Meet the skin-cancer detecting robot

A new study shows they’re better at it than humans.<p>When it comes to diagnosing skin cancer, man may actually be worse than machine. A new study from …

Convolutional Neural Network

Be happy, not mindful

As post-Trump anxiety rates go through the roof, it’s time for less introspection and more social engagement<p>“Happiness comes from within,” declare a thousand advice blogs and books, fridge magnets and Facebook memes. Or “withinwards” as my local yoga studio prefers to call it.<p>The idea that …

Happiness

Want to Be Super Successful? Science Says Do Any 1 of These 10 Things

Or, if you like, try them all. They work. Science says so.<p>We all have the same amount of time. That's why people who are more productive -- and successful -- use their time more effectively.<p>And that's why my <i>Inc.</i> colleague Chris Winfield is such a great resource for entrepreneurs.<p>Chris is an …

How the Enormous Field of Physics All Fits Together

Physics has a bit of an image problem. To some, it’s a fascinating and diverse field of study. To others, it’s a trigger word for math anxiety, or an …

Physics

My year of no spending is over – here's how I got through it

The first six months were hard, but I found a new way of living and the challenge has left me wealthier and wiser<p>Just over 12 months ago I gave myself a challenge: give up spending on all but the essentials for a whole year. I started on Friday 27 November, just as many other people were hitting …

The Need to Read

Reading books remains one of the best ways to engage with the world, become a better person and understand life’s questions, big and small<p>We all ask each other a lot of questions. But we should all ask one question a lot more often: “What are you reading?”<p>It’s a simple question but a powerful one, …

Florida

How the Most Successful People Process Criticism

The no excuses mantra for achieving the impossible.<p>There's one key difference between people who consistently pull off incredible feats, and others who are always wondering how the high achievers do it.<p>While hard work, luck, tenacity and the right connections can all add to someone's ultimate …

An Interactive Tutorial on Numerical Optimization

Numerical Optimization is one of the central techniques in Machine Learning. For many problems it is hard to figure out the best solution directly, …

How To Boot Into Windows 10 Safe Mode [Tutorial]

If you’re a Windows 10 user, you may have noticed that the old ways of booting into Safe Mode don’t work. That’s because Windows now boots even …

The Corruption of Capitalism by Guy Standing review – work matters less than what you own

Our unfair system benefits rentiers, those who live on income from property and investments – from Goldman Sachs to Uber to landlords. Can capitalism be purified?<p>The time would come, Marx and Engels thought, when there would be only two classes, the proletariat and the bourgeoisie, and all people …

Intellectual Property

An epic battle between feminism and deep-seated misogyny is under way in South Korea

Seoul, South Korea<p>Last September, the Korean edition of Maxim, a men’s magazine, ran a cover showing Kim Byeong-ok, an actor who starred in cult favorite film “Oldboy,” posing with a cigarette in his hand next to a car. A pair of woman’s legs, bound at the ankles, was sticking out of the trunk. The …

James Altucher reveals 3 habits holding you back from becoming a millionaire

On the Quora thread "What are the biggest obstacles to becoming a millionaire?" author, blogger, and podcaster James Altucher shared some of the habits he's encountered that hold people back from becoming millionaires, both in his own life and in the lives of the millionaires he's met and …

12 Most Important Skills to be Successful

How to Improve the Essential Skills in Life?<p>It is imperative to improve some of the essential skills in our life. Without improvement, our life will …

This brilliant 13-year-old figured out how to make clean energy using a device that costs $5

Maanasa Mendu thinks she's cracked the code on how to make wind and solar energy affordable.<p>On Tuesday, Mendu, a 13-year-old from Ohio, won the grand prize in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge for her work in creating a cost-effective "solar leaves" design to create energy. In …

Clean Energy

How to Learn Something and Actually Retain It

<i>This article is part of</i> Tools of the Trade<i>, a weekly series in which a variety of experts share actionable tips for achieving fast and effective</i> …

Questor: an oil firm whose fortunes don’t rely on the crude price (and Warren Buffett is buying)

When we asked Questor readers for their feedback following our recent relaunch, one of the most popular suggestions was that we cover more overseas shares. So today we look at a giant American firm that may nevertheless be unfamiliar to many.<p>This is because the business, Phillips 66, was demerged …

When I Married My Husband, I Was a Porn Addict

I started in middle school, and it became a way to create distance in my real-life relationships. But when I met the man I'd one day marry, I was forced to confront myself.<p>I started watching softcore porn when I was 12 years old. Once my parents were asleep, I’d sneak into the living room to catch …

Our Careers Are Different, But What Dad Taught Me Is Universal: Father's Day Lessons In Leadership

Sorry, Wharton, but the best part of my business education has been the life-long leadership course taught by Edward Sable, now in its 114th semester. In honor of Father’s Day, I’d like to share some of its most important lessons, few delivered in lecture, most taught by example.<p>If you are the …

The Evolutionary Argument Against Reality

As we go about our daily lives, we tend to assume that our perceptions — sights, sounds, textures, tastes — are an accurate portrayal of the real world. Sure, when we stop and think about it — or when we find ourselves fooled by a perceptual illusion — we realize with a jolt that what we perceive …

Learn a key negotiating skill from FBI negotiator Chris Voss

<b>Chris Voss:</b> You know, successful negotiation is not about getting to yes, it's about mastering no and understanding what the path to an agreement is. …

Everything You Know About Artificial Intelligence is Wrong

It was hailed as the most significant test of machine intelligence since Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov in chess nearly 20 years ago. Google’s …

Artificial Intelligence

One Simple Phrase That Can Bring You Joy, Peace and Happiness

<i>This article originally appeared on Completed Thoughts.</i><p>I feel fortunate to be able to say that most of the time I feel happy and calm, and that is for many reasons. However, this was not always the case and there is one short little phrase which played a major role in transforming my life.<p><b>This</b> …

Chocolate makes you smarter, study suggests

People who eat chocolate at least once a week see their memory and abstract thinking improve, researchers say<p>It's good for your heart, reduces the risk of strokes and even helps protect your skin from the sun.<p>Now, another apparent benefit has been added to the list of chocolate's nutritional …

The 80/20 Rule And How It Can Change Your Life

What is the 80/20 Rule and could it actually make 80% of your work disappear?<p>If you’ve studied business or economics, you’re well familiar with the power of the Pareto Principle.<p><b>The Man Behind The Concept</b><p>Vilfredo Federico Damaso Pareto was born in Italy in 1848. He would go on to become an …

Ask Emily: How do I balance happiness and financial responsibility?

<i>Life is full of complicated questions. Economics has answers. Our new advice columnist Emily Oster is here to help you tackle the big and small dilemmas of everyday life, drawing on the powers of social science, clear-eyed logic, and common sense. In her first installment for Quartz, Emily takes on</i> …

4 strategies for remembering everything you learn

• Knowledge about the subject at hand, like math, history, or programming<p>• Knowledge about how learning actually works<p>The bad news: Our education system kind of skips one of them, which is problematic, given that your ability to learn is such a huge predictor of success in life, from achieving in …