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SXSW showed us the future of ride sharing, and it’s not Uber

Where is Uber? Lyft? What the fuck is RideAustin?<p>These are just a few of the questions you find yourself asking when stepping off a plane in Austin, Texas. Austin is one of a handful of places in the US that have banned both Uber and Lyft from doing business within the city. I won’t get into the …

Why America needs more Teslas and fewer Ubers

Tesla has a seemingly bottomless appetite for capital. The company raised $2 billion from bond investors in 2014, sold $738 million in stock in 2015, and sold $1.46 billion in stock in 2016. Now it’s planning to raise another $1.15 billion in the coming months.<p>Tesla needs so much cash because it …

Startups

Crowdfunded electric car to be manufactured in fully automated factory designed by Siemens

Last year, Sweden-based electric car startup ‘Uniti’ raised over $1 million through crowdfunding to bring to market their electric vehicle concept.<p>They have now announced a partnership with manufacturing and electronics giant Siemens to build a “fully automated car production facility” where they …

Siemens

Why Physical Attraction Matters, and When It Might Not

Apostolou, M. (2015). Parent–offspring conflict over mating: Domains of agreement and disagreement. Evolutionary Psychology, 13(3), 1-12. …

Stereotypes

Here are the ages you peak at everything throughout life

Aging can seem like a scary prospect, but a wealth of scientific studies have found that youth isn't all it's cracked up to be. There are plenty of cases in which human beings peak well into middle and old age.<p>Teenagers may have vitality on their side, but older people are generally more …

16 psychological tricks to make people like you immediately

It's hard to say exactly why you like someone.<p>Maybe it's their goofy smile; maybe it's their razor-sharp wit; or maybe it's simply that they're easy …

Our society is obsessed with entrepreneurs, and college grads are lacking critical skills as a result

Encomia are everywhere: Politicians praise them, Hollywood lionizes them, venture capitalists chase them, universities foster them.<p>Entrepreneurs, from Henry Ford to Elon Musk, are embedded in American lore. In an earlier era they were popularized in Horatio Alger rags-to-riches terms; today it's …

Loneliness actually hurts us on a cellular level

A scientist explains how the pain of loneliness makes us sick.<p>“Humans are social animals” is a phrase often repeated by psychologists to sum up why we’ve been such a successful species. Our ability to live, work, and cooperate in groups is <i>the</i> key to our survival.<p>But it comes with a tradeoff. …

Psychology

Scientists Have Discovered an 'Off' Switch For The Revolutionary CRISPR Gene Editing Tool

Important.<p>A lot has been written about CRISPR over the past year. The powerful gene editing tool can quickly and easily 'cut and paste' genes, which …

Genetics

Don't Panic, but Physicists in Australia Just Proved Reality Doesn't Exist

Quantum physics is weird.<p>Get ready to have your mind blown. According to an experiment led by two physicists in Australia, reality doesn’t exist. …

Quantum Mechanics

Logical Fallacies.

Published byRenee Landor Modified over 3 years ago<p>Embed<p>Download presentation<p>Presentation on theme: "Logical Fallacies."— Presentation transcript:<p>1 …

Critical Thinking

A Psychologist Has Honed a Subliminal Tactic to Get What You Want Before You’ve Asked For It

Be convincing before you even ask the question.

Coup for AstraZeneca after key lung cancer drug made available on NHS

AstraZeneca has won a major victory in the UK after the country's drugs watchdog approved one of the most important cancer drugs in its oncology portfolio.<p>The National Institute for Health and Care Excellent (Nice) announced this morning that osimertinib, known under the brand name Tagrisso, will …

These Will Be the Most Popular Jobs in the Next 10 Years

Looking to make a change in your career, or seeking something new you feel isn't out there? Well, it may just be a matter of time before a new crop …

44-year-old British man could be first to receive HIV cure

A 44-year-old British man may be the first person to receive a cure for HIV through a therapy developed by researchers from five universities. …

Why the next 20 years will see a lot less technological disruption than the past 20

“The internet is still at the beginning of its beginning,” writes Wired co-founder and Silicon Valley guru Kevin Kelly in his new book <i>The Inevitable</i>. Kelly argues that adding machine intelligence to everyday objects — a process he calls “cognifying” — “would be hundreds of times more disruptive to …

Innovation

Fifty Years — The new Silicon Valley VC that wants to save the world AND make money

<b>“We shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole chicken in order to eat the breast or wing, by growing these parts separately under a suitable medium. Synthetic food will, of course, also be used in the future. Nor need the pleasures of the table be banished. That gloomy Utopia of tabloid meals</b> …

Startups

Bye-Bye Buses: Autonomous Shuttles Primed to Upend Public Transport – Feature

<i>Created by</i> Car and Driver <i>for Toyota</i><p>In a matter of weeks, voters in Detroit and its suburbs will be asked to consider a public-transportation master plan that, if approved, would be the first enacted in the region’s history. Although the proposal lays the groundwork for connecting the city with its …

Five Things You Must Avoid If You Want To Succeed In Business

7 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.<p>Starting and then running a business can often feel like navigating a minefield.<p>There is no exact science to what makes a business …

Business Strategy

The Smartest Decision Makers Know How to Do This

Do you question assumptions or simply accept them? Are your own beliefs cast in stone? What about commonly held beliefs? Do you accept them at face …

Gene-modified soil bacteria promise eco-friendly computing

You normally need non-renewable elements or minerals to create nanowires. However, the US Navy's Office of Naval Research may have a better solution: the life living in the dirt under your feet. Its sponsored researchers have crafted nanowires from genetically modified Geobacter, a bacteria you …

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Renaissance beckons for the once great industrial hubs of northern England and Scotland, and the unexpected catalyst may be stringent global climate controls.<p>What looks at first sight like an economic threat could instead play elegantly to Britain's competitive advantage, for almost no other …

This Is How to Find Happiness: 6 Proven Secrets From Research

We all want to know how to find happiness. And the internet is chock full of advice on how to get there — but most of it is based on studies done on …

Driverless Cars Should Sacrifice Their Passengers For The Greater Good – Just Not When I’m The Passenger

New research has found most people think driverless cars programmed to sacrifice their passengers for the greater good are a good idea – but that not …

Autonomous Cars

Investment opportunities in the autonomous vehicle space

Rob Toews Contributor<p>Rob Toews is jointly pursuing degrees at Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School. He is the co-founder of SHFFT.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>The biggest threat facing connected autonomous vehicles is cybersecurity<br>• What will a driverless future actually look like?<p>As …

Autonomous Vehicle