Brain science reveals creativity is just as much a skill you can develop as it is a gift to be thankful for. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The ingenious inventor, the entrepreneur,
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Scientists from Imperial College London have developed computer software that enables a person to control a robotic arm to paint a picture using just the movement of their eyes. The researchers say the
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