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Life coach and author Tony Robbins had entered the world of personal finance with his latest book.
The "Kindness Diaries" author recounts an inspirational story of generosity that changed his life.
We have developed a world economy that is increasingly dependent on our information and communication technologies, says former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen. That's why the crux of our future welfare depends on...
Author and entrepreneur Andrew Keen recently visited Big Think to discuss his new book "The Internet is Not the Answer," which explores the negative effects of Silicon Valley innovations on society.
One of the world's foremost psychiatrists specializing in PTSD recently visited Big Think to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of traumatic disorders.
In today's featured discussion on pheromones, biologist Edward O. Wilson explains that there are massive amounts of natural stimuli that humans are not physically privy to.
The murder of a dozen Charlie Hebdo employees in France by Islamic extremists brings back memories of the unrest surrounding Muhammad cartoons published in a Danish newspaper in 2005.
Forget the drones, 4K TVs and virtual reality headsets. This year's Consumer Electronics Show was dominated by devices and services that connect your world.
The biographer evaluates the current state of technology-based communities and suggests that future innovations will completely revolutionize the way we write books.
The former Chief Evangelist steps into Mark Zuckerberg's shoes and explains that if he were CEO of Facebook he would make sure not to alienate users by debasing their social media experience.