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Memory Cells that Help Us Interpret New Situations Identified
Memory Cells that Help Us Interpret New Situations Identified
Shamov | 08 April
Imagine you are meeting a friend for dinner at a new restaurant. You may try dishes you haven’t had before, and your surroundings will be completely new to you
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Turning Back the Clock on Aging Cells
Turning Back the Clock on Aging Cells
Shamov | 05 April
Researchers at Stanford University report that they can rejuvenate human cells by reprogramming them back to a youthful state. They hope that the technique
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Why You Should Focus on Becoming More Emotionally Intelligent in 2020
Why You Should Focus on Becoming More Emotionally Intelligent in 2020
Shamov | 29 March
For many of us, 2020 begins with a promise - a promise that this year we will accomplish that which has eluded us. Often it’s the everyday things that prove
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A New Anti-Aging Therapy Is Starting Its First Human Trial
A New Anti-Aging Therapy Is Starting Its First Human Trial
Shamov | 27 March
Recent research on longevity is making the idea of an elixir of life sound increasingly plausible. But a startup that’s started selling a $1 million anti-
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We’re Making Progress in Explainable Artificial Intelligence, but Major Pitfalls Remain
We’re Making Progress in Explainable Artificial Intelligence, but Major Pitfalls Remain
Shamov | 25 March
Machine learning algorithms are starting to exceed human performance in many narrow and specific domains, such as image recognition and certain types
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The Promise & Peril Of The Coming Technological Singularity
The Promise & Peril Of The Coming Technological Singularity
Shamov | 22 March
The singularity is the digital nirvana of the 21st century: a moment in time when machines become self-aware, using human-level capabilities at
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20 Books that All Leaders Should Read in 2020
20 Books that All Leaders Should Read in 2020
Shamov | 19 March
I’m constantly surprised by the number of leaders and managers who say they’re too busy to read. Leaders who don't have time to read are leaders who don't
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The Human Environment Includes Orbital Space
The Human Environment Includes Orbital Space
Shamov | 17 March
Protecting the night from light pollution for all living things requires bold action. Today, we call on the White House Council on Environmental Quality, and
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Let’s See People as More than Just Human Resources
Let’s See People as More than Just Human Resources
Shamov | 16 March
The worst thing we ever did in corporate America was to take the most vital part of any company - the people powering it - and label it so dismissively as “
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Emotionally Intelligent Bosses Can Bring Out Your Creativity
Emotionally Intelligent Bosses Can Bring Out Your Creativity
Shamov | 14 March
Bosses who act in ways associated with emotional intelligence foster happier, more creative employees, according to a new study. In a survey of close to
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Successful Carbon Removal Depends on these 3 Conditions
Successful Carbon Removal Depends on these 3 Conditions
Shamov | 12 March
There is now more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than at any time in the past 400,000 years, with carbon dioxide levels exceeding an unprecedented
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Astronomers Use Slime Mould to Map the Universe’s Largest Structures
Astronomers Use Slime Mould to Map the Universe’s Largest Structures
Shamov | 11 March
The behaviour of one of nature’s humblest creatures and archival data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope are helping astronomers probe the largest
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Basic Protective Measures Against the New Coronavirus COVID-19
Basic Protective Measures Against the New Coronavirus COVID-19
Shamov | 10 March
Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority.
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RISE - Oregon Aerial
RISE - Oregon Aerial
Shamov | 08 March
RISE - Oregon Aerial 4K from Michael Shainblum on Vimeo.
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