By being someone else, and seeing and discovering the world through the eyes of other people, that can only increase our empathy... and decrease our own egocentric view of the world.
When it comes to creating minds, cognitive scientist Joscha Bach explains where we are with artificial intelligence, and where we need to be.
Why are Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg sparring about the threat of A.I. when they're both right? Of course, one is more right than the other, says Michio Kaku.
What is the danger in creating something smarter than you? You can't control it, and pretty soon it could control you.
From quarterbacks in the NFL to retail staff at Walmart, virtual reality trains you to be the best at whatever it is you do.
Boaty McBoatface could have been a billion-dollar brand that re-invigorated science education, but now its epic failure is a lesson for the rest of us.
Artificial intelligence has the capability to far surpass our intelligence in a relatively short period of time, but we have to lay the right groundwork now while we still can.
Crowdsourcing as an idea isn't anything new, says historian and sex researcher Alice Dreger. She tells us about the history of public gathering of information from the medieval era to today.
Predicting the future is about to become a whole lot cheaper. Here's how economists look at artificial intelligence.
Here's how immersive virtual reality experiences can help us save animals, the planet and each other.
The best hiring manager might just be the computer sitting on your desk, says AI expert Joanna Bryson.
From child vaccination rates to economic prosperity, paid parental leave benefits us all.
When you're at the top of a business, you might be tempted to say to your employees that everything is fine because you have all the answers.
Where will you work in the future? As automation revs its engine, we may have overlooked a vast middle ground where human intelligence and machine intelligence collaborate.
At the dawn of the AI era, where decisions made now could affect the future of mankind, regulation over tech giants is needed now more than ever.
Is the world actually flat? Let's ask someone who has some actual perspective on the subject... from space.
To become a talent-driven industry leader, companies need a new power player in their C-Suite: the CHRO (Chief Human Resources Officer).
Thanks to the beauty (and rigor) of formal mathematics, coders can now create hack-proof technology.
It's no secret that American income inequality is at its worst point since the gilded age. So how do we stop this rampant inequality?