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5 car innovations that are right around the corner

By Spencer Hart<p>While smartphones get thinner and faster, developments in the car industry are changing the world.<p>Whether it’s electric vehicles …

Electric Vehicles

A Student Took Down One of Quantum Computing’s Top Applications—Now What?

The possibility that quantum computing could turbocharge machine learning is one of the most tantalizing applications for the emerging technology. …

Quantum Computing

MIT research points to autoimmune disease as the cause of glaucoma

An exciting breakthrough from a team of researchers MIT and Massachusetts Eye and Ear has revealed a new hypothesis behind the cause of glaucoma, a …

Medical Research

A Particle Accelerator Between Your Fingertips

Normally, when you think of particle accelerators you think of very large structures that are made of lots of shiny metal, wires hanging from the ceiling and are normally located in remote locations. But imagine an accelerator that you could hold in your hand, or even just in-between your …

Physics

ALIENS and SPACESHIPS have been Spotted in Ancient Cave Paintings

Alien and UFOs were noticed in historic cave works of art allegedly. They provide weight to a theory that superior aliens frequented human …

Paranormal

Crocodile cartilage holds key to future of human joint repair, researchers say

A central Queensland microbiologist says crocodiles could hold the key to turning human stem cells into cartilage for the treatment of joint injuries …

Stem Cells

AI Vs. God: Who Stays And Who Leaves?

Intolerance, crusades, national differences, terrorism and interpersonal disagreements – all those to some extent resulted from conflicting religious views.<p>What about the lack of a religious belief? A major emergent trend of the last century came not from religious teachings but from the Scientific …

Artificial Intelligence

Joshua Smith is turning our decaying streetscapes into hyper-realistic miniature sculptures

In an era of bigger is better, Joshua Smith is sculpting hyper-realistic buildings small enough to convince you otherwise.<p>The Adelaide miniaturist …

Sculpture

How to build an interactive infographic from scratch

Creating interactive infographics with plain Javascript (Part-one)<p>Introduction<p>Today’s browsers let us connect information in ways never seen before. …

Infographics

Employees at Google, Amazon and Microsoft Have Threatened to Walk Off the Job Over the Use of AI

"The engineers are right to worry. But the stakes are higher than they think."Call it an “engineering insurgency.” In the last few weeks employees at …

Artificial Intelligence

A new study compared formal and informal communication at work and the results aren't fun

For decades now, the trend in business is toward informality. We refer to bosses by their first names, casual Friday is also observed Monday through Thursday, and rigid rows of cubicles have been replaced by laptop-using workers sprawling on couches.<p>That drift has taken place in communication style …

Research

The Exposure Triangle Explained Using Star Wars LEGO

Want a simple introduction to the basics of the Exposure Triangle in photography? PHLEARN has created a trilogy of short video tutorials that explain …

Shutter Speed

30 Surefire Ways to Lose Your Gut for Good

<i>Shutterstock</i><p>Typically, when someone aspires to having a better six-pack -- or a six-pack, period -- he or she does it with a sense of urgency. We …

Nutrition

Steven Spielberg Archives | One Perfect Shot Database

Director: Steven Spielberg<p>Director of Photography: Janusz Kaminski Director: Steven Spielberg See IMDb for complete cast and crew …

Steven Spielberg

A Guide to Portuguese Sandwiches

Don’t leave Portugal without trying at least one of these delicious sandwiches, or let this serve as a lunch guide as you snack your way through the …

Sandwiches

A Stop-Motion Animator Demos 50 Different Ways to Get Into a Pool

Stop-motion animator Kevin Parry, an animator on Laika films such as <i>Coraline</i>, <i>ParaNorman</i>, <i>The Boxtrolls</i>, and <i>Kubo and the Two Strings</i>, has made a name …

You'll Really Miss Robin Williams After Hearing The Voicemails He Left For Billy Crystal

Marina Zenovich, the director of "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind," explains the bittersweet experience of making her documentary.<p>“Hello, Bill, it’s Lord Sisley,” says a man in a posh English accent. “I’m in Africa. And dear God, man, you should be here. There’s creatures who would adore you. I …

Robin Williams

Apple becomes world's first trillion-dollar company

Apple became the world’s first trillion-dollar public company on Thursday, as a rise in its share price pushed it past the landmark valuation.<p>The iMac to iPhone company, co-founded to sell personal computers by the late Steve Jobs in 1976, reached the historic milestone as its shares hit $207.05, …

Stock Markets

This Astronaut's Photos of Earth From Space Have to Be Seen to Be Believed

<i>Chris Hadfield via YouTube Screenshot/Big Think</i>Chris Hadfield is a retired astronaut who went into space three separate times over his extensive …

Chris Hadfield

Visual Design Spotlight: Maxim Nilov

Maxim Nilov is a designer from Moscow, Russia and he has been sharing some incredibly beautiful web design mocks. His portfolio is full of great …

Graphic Design

Genetic testing: Should I get tested for Alzheimer's risk?

Thanks to advances in genetic testing, there is now a way for consumers to test for the greatest genetic risk factor for late-onset Alzheimer’s …

Dementia

What does Pope's death penalty shift mean for Catholic politicians?

<b>(CNN) —</b> Pope Francis earned a standing ovation when he told Congress in 2015 that he supports protecting human life "at every stage of its development." When he added that "this conviction" includes working to end the death penalty, the response was far more subdued.<p>"You didn't see people jumping …

Christianity

Tesla Earnings Bombshell Reminds Us That Tesla's a Tech Company

Think Tesla Inc. (TSLA) is a car company? Think again.<p>On Tesla's second-quarter earnings call after the bell Wednesday, the company dropped a …

Tesla

Fairy bread: the Australian treat the rest of us can't understand

If Australian accents weren’t already hard enough for foreigners to understand, there’s a whole bevy of inscrutable (though often hilarious) terms …

Bread

5 Fruits With the Most—and Least—Sugar

While plain fresh fruits have nothing added, of course, they’re not all equally sweet. Here’s what to look at if you’re watching your sugar.<p>1 of 10<p>High Sugar: Lychees<p>With 29 grams of sugar per cup, this exotic fruit packs a serious sugar punch. Here’s why it’s OK to consume in moderation, though—it …

Nutrition

A beginner's guide to AI: Algorithms

<i>Welcome to TNW’s beginner’s guide to AI. This (currently) four part feature should provide you with a very basic understanding of what AI is, what it can do, and how it works. The guide contains articles on (in order published) neural networks, computer vision, natural language processing, and</i> …

Artificial Intelligence

6 reasons to get a vacuum sealer (that aren't just food storage)

Far from a gimmicky infomercial product, vacuum sealers are incredibly useful at preserving food. They exploded in popularity in the late 90s and early 2000s with the rise of Foodsaver (shout out to everyone who remembers those infomercials), but then sort of faded into the background of the …

Kitchens

Qualcomm Admits That It Just Lost the iPhone to Intel

Competitor eats into Qualcomm's Apple business.<p>In the second half of 2016, <b>Apple</b> (NASDAQ:AAPL) launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. One winner …

IPhone 7

How to Make Friends, According to Science

To begin, don’t dismiss the humble acquaintance.<p>“What are friends for?” This isn’t a rhetorical question. Friendship is one of life’s most important features, and one too often taken for granted.<p>The human desire for companionship may feel boundless, but research suggests that our social capital is …

Psychology

How to Stop Saying “Um,” “Ah,” and “You Know”

Um.<p>Ah.<p>So.<p>You Know.<p>Like.<p>Right?<p>Well.<p>When we find ourselves rattled while speaking — whether we’re nervous, distracted, or at a loss for what comes next — it’s easy to lean on filler words. These may give us a moment to collect our thoughts before we press on, and in some cases, they may be useful …

Body Language