Nobody actually knows what will come of AI. But we can console ourselves with the knowledge that nobody has ever really known anything about the future.
To gain its full value, L&D leaders must be open to challenging assumptions about how they approach on-the-job training.
A new book by historian and author Paul Strathern argues that the Northern European Renaissance has long been overlooked.
There are two methods to measure the expansion rate of the Universe. The results do not agree with each other, and this is a big problem.
Evolutionary pressures drove the formation of tribes who encoded their values in myths and symbols. Was this cooperation cursed?
Yes, "the laws of physics break down" at singularities. But something really weird must have happened for black holes to not possess them.
The odds are slim, but the consequences would be literally world-ending. There really is a chance of a black hole devouring the Earth.
The discovery has enormous implications for the development of novel anti-anxiety medications.
As a physician, John Pringle helped reinvent hygiene; as a husband, he destroyed a woman’s life with his abuse.
People say we are better off than ever. Are they right?
Cosmologists are largely still in the dark about the forces that drive the Universe.
Try writing a novel without using the letter "e."
When the going gets tough, nothing beats a wide network of tried-and-true connections.
At this event, you’ll be around to hear the eulogy.
The utilitarian “greatest happiness principle” has remained popular for two centuries — is it time for a rethink?
Extreme home environments — either very supportive or harshly negligent — tend to produce more sensitive kids.
The Church of England is debating if believers should stop using gendered language when talking about God.
There's a link between dark personality traits and breaches of battlefield ethics.
Gum disease begins in the mouth but spreads to the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis is just one of several diseases linked to poor oral health.
If you lost your religion, it might be because the internet and social media are having a secularizing effect on American society.
"I am an anthropologist, and for years, I have spoken to people who have had these experiences."
Skepticism is appropriate when gazing into the futurist's crystal ball.
It is a story with nebulous beginnings and no discernible end.