Machine learning and predictive AI are changing the way we operate our devices and machines.
Studies reveal the impact of strategic thinking on studying and other areas of life.
Researchers plan on making human cells resistant to infection, radiation, and even cancer.
A new study questions why some people support "free speech".
The global rise in meat consumption is accelerating climate change.
Neil deGrasse Tyson suggests that longevity isn’t what concerns him so much as living what time he has well.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Physicist Lawrence Krauss on why neutrinos are his favorite particles, light as the protagonist of modern physics, and more.
A key cognitive bias isn’t a bug, it’s just operator error (and easily correctable by using reason as nature intended).
Research suggests that a religious edict from the Catholic Church shaped the evolution of the modern chicken.
If you're constantly tired because you can't break your bad sleeping patterns, this super smart Sunrise Pillow might put you back in the game.
Where gravity comes from has been an utter mystery. String theory offers an explanation.
Jesus was a revered figure and prophet in the Quran. But what exactly do Muslims believe about him?
Even though there is no ramification for being rude or cold to AI, we may have a tendency to display gratitude. Why? An interview with the founder of x.ai, Dennis Mortensen.
New research shows that bilinguals learn more efficiently and multitask better as well.
The days of the all-night cram session are numbered.
A new study shows how talking to yourself may help your brain perform better.
If it proves true, it could heal the rift between quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity.
The SATs are often criticized for being biased towards wealthy students able to afford expensive tutors and test prep. Khan Academy is aiming to level the playing field through its free tutorial program, made in...
The Los Angeles Hope Festival is the celebration and examination of hope and optimism, two paradigmatic mental attitudes that play a vital and influential role in our daily lives.
For the first time, the World Health Organization has declared a new mental illness to be the leading cause of disability around the world.