When we see problems in the world, we're quick to blame someone—anyone—who should be providing peace, love, and harmony. But the universe actually bends toward chaos and decay.
Stephen Hawking was one of the greatest scientific and analytical minds of our time, says NASA's Michelle Thaller.
Giving human rights to a being with unlimited knowledge? Probably not a good idea.
The more diverse minds we have, the better we are as a population.
Should we be scared of a robot job apocalypse? Not all at once, says Accenture CTO Paul Daugherty.
Voting. It's important. But we don't exactly make it a priority, do we? Other democracies have outshone the United States when it comes to innovating ways to encourage democratic participation.
Miki Agrawal—the entrepreneur behind Thinx, Tushy, and Wild—explains how to turn your #1 gripe into an industry-disrupting idea.
We've known for 2,000 years that the Earth is round. Here are three observable proofs that can instantly debunk flat-Earth theory.
What would it be like to live in the body of someone else? With VR, now you can actually find out.
Democrats are wondering how to beat Trump. The only way might be to play his game.
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.
How does Vladimir Putin see the world? To understand how he controls Russia and pushes his agenda overseas, look to the works of 20th-century fascist philosopher Ivan Ilyin.
When it comes to creating minds, cognitive scientist Joscha Bach explains where we are with artificial intelligence, and where we need to be.
Think getting along with people that are nothing like you is hard? Here’s how astronauts do it, 254 miles above Earth on the ISS.
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.
How do bankers create money? Here's your incredibly frustrating answer: they just create money.