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Capturing semantic meanings using deep learning

Word embedding is a technique that treats words as vectors whose relative similarities correlate with semantic similarity. This technique is one of …

Natural Language Processing

11 Questions to Ask Every Day to Help Improve Your Life

Benjamin Franklin began and ended each day with a question: “What good shall I do this day?” in the morning, and “What good have I done this day?” in …

Top Five Hobbies That Will Make You Smarter

Having hobby is not only the way of having fun, it can also improve the quality of our life. It doesn’t matter with what level of intelligence the …

The Brain

Epic: 15 Simple Ways to Keep a Happy, Healthy Mind

Happiness means healthy mind! If you can control your mental health you will be happiest person in the world. Enjoying mental health means having a …

Fasting Gives Us Longer Life, But It Goes Against Everything We Think of as Healthy

New health revolution or dangerous nonsense?<p>For his breakfast on 11 July 1966, 27-year-old Scotsman Angus Barbieri ate a boiled egg, a slice of bread …

8 Things Successful People Do With Their Downtime

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When you think about the hyper-successful people of the world -- the multi-billionaires, the CEOs, etc. -- you probably imagine them working 24/7. And while they might put in more hours than the average person, they always have at least …

29 brilliant questions to ask at the end of every job interview

It’s important to remember that every interview is a two-way street.<p>You should be assessing the employer just as much as they’re assessing you …

Novel drugs for depression

IT STARTED out as LY110141. Its inventor, Eli Lilly, was not sure what to do with it. Eventually the company found that it seemed to make depressed …

How to Thrive as an Introvert Living in an Extrovert's World

Uncover your natural powers as an introvert and succeed like never before.<p>Like so many of my fellow introverts, my archetypal image of a successful founder was a charismatic extrovert -- that tireless someone who's constantly meeting new people and radiating energy. It's a daunting standard.<p>It's …

The worst body language mistake you can make has to do with your eyes

It's hard to tell which slip up is the worst of the bunch, as they all can really warp how others view you.<p>So Business Insider reached out to Dr. Lillian Glass, communications and body language expert and author of "Toxic People," to get her opinion on which body language mistake is the <i>most</i> …

The Destructive Power of Assumptions

A fundamental flaw in most governmental policy-making is that those making the deals and decisions think they are operating with facts. The reality …

How BaubleBar's Founders Made Jewelry Affordable For Shoppers Everywhere

Because we all need something that sparkles.<p>When most of us have a problem, we complain about it. But when Daniella Yacobovsky and Amy Jain had a problem, they created a company to help solve it.<p>The duo met while working in investment banking, attended Harvard Business School together and went on …

Burberry to focus on bags and basics to reverse decline | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - British luxury brand Burberry (BRBY.L) said it would shrink its product range and focus more on handbags, seeking to overhaul its business after its annual profit dropped in a tough market that shows no sign of improving this year.<p>A woman sits in front of a Burberry shop in Rome, …

Hong Kong

Uncommon ways to Work Smarter Instead of Harder

In this competitive World today, it is essential to know how to dominate our new positions by working smarter, not harder, for the sake of our …

Time Management

Ten Interview Questions Only Weak Managers Ask

Gazillions of managers and HR people have been trained to interview job applicants like it’s 1965 all over again. They ask the world’s lamest interview questions.<p>Sometimes they hold the interview script on a clipboard in their hands while they talk to you. That’s gross. That’s what you expect the …

Employment

If you choose your job over your mental health something's wrong

Everyone told me quitting my dream job was brave, but it felt like my only option<p>In the spirit of LinkedIn, I would like to congratulate myself on my own work anniversary. It’s almost a year to the day that I wiped my eyes, took a deep breath and told my employers I was terribly sorry but the role …

Mental Health

How to Use The 80/20 Rule For Goal Setting

The 80/20 rule is one of the most helpful concepts for life and time management.According to this principle: <i>20 percent of your activities will</i> …

Time Management

Performance Management Employee Development Software

Lattice takes the daunting beast of review writing and turns it into an easy, manageable process that won't scare off your managers and employees. It …

Weekend Prep for Weekday Success

Yesterday, Megan stopped by to share areas of her home that keep her organized on a daily basis. I loved the post idea and hope to pull something …

Productivity

How Are You Building Your 'Personal Brand'?

<b>How are you building your 'personal brand'? By: Rita Balian Allen, Rita B. Allen Associates May 2016</b><p>Every professional needs to empower themselves to own their careers. We are in a competitive and demanding global, multigenerational marketplace where our ability to articulate our value is …

Marketing

How to drastically simplify your workflow and get more done

Good advice … and timely.<p>In fact, Retired Navy SEAL officer and "Extreme Ownership" co-author Jocko Willink recently identified simplicity as the key to not just to effective leadership, but success itself.<p>The trouble is that we're terrible at simplicity.<p>Nowhere is this more true than in the world …

Project Management

Facebook's HR chief explains how the company does performance reviews

Facebook conducts performance reviews every six months to formally collect insights from an employee's managers and closest colleagues.<p>If there is anything at all surprising in one of these reviews, then "something has gone terribly wrong," Facebook's VP of People Lori Goler told Business …

Employment