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Chess is famous as perhaps the most respected board game ever played, and we often uses chess as a way to metaphorically teach lessons about the world. But as it turns out, chess i...
Online crowdsourcing for psychology ain't without pitfalls
-Mashable - Fri Mar 17 02:11:02 EDT 2017
You may not know this, but a great deal of our data about the human mind is based on a relatively small but intensively studied population: First-year undergraduate university stud...
9 Websites to Help You Make Retirement Income
-U.S. News - Wed Sep 28 08:13:09 EDT 2016
6. Shutterstock. If you're more into photography than writing, check out Shutterstock. You can sell your own footage, images, vectors or illustrations. How much you earn depends on...
Researchers Develop Algorithm To Help Improve Our Selfies
-Ubergizmo - Wed Aug 02 17:43:39 EDT 2017
What makes a good photo? Or rather, what makes for a good selfie? Is taking a good selfie an art form, or is there science behind it? Perhaps a bit of both, and if the researchers ...
Researchers think algorithms can improve your trash selfies
-Engadget - Wed Aug 02 14:09:39 EDT 2017
Whether we take selfies to match our own perception of what we think we look like or trying to understand how others perceive us, there's no doubt that the self portrait is the def...
Scientists Say These Words Are the Funniest
-Gizmodo - Tue Aug 01 08:51:31 EDT 2017
You surely remember a time you said a word to yourself and started laughing. Something about the syllables bouncing around your mouth just didn’t make sense. Maybe the word was “bo...
Depression Symptoms: Instagram Algorithm Could Detect Disorder Better Than Your Doctor
-International Business Times - Tue Aug 08 11:09:59 EDT 2017
Your social media posts are revealing more than where you’ve been this summer and who you’ve hung out with. New research out of the University of Vermont and Harvard, using Am...
Traditional art has an element of illusionism to it. This has long been commented on, and is responsible for the prevalent thought (at least among the general public) that the more...
7 of History's Greatest Robots
-Mental Floss - Tue Jan 10 19:10:52 EST 2017
Robotic inventions have fascinated, amazed, and helped humans for thousands of years. Here are seven of history’s greatest self-operating machines. Nobody knows who created history...
According to new research published in the journal Behavior Research Method, ---, ---, booby, hooter and nitwit are some of the funniest words in the English language. A due of p...
Dueling organs at Pittsgrove Presbyterian Church
-NJ.com - Tue May 02 08:03:25 EDT 2017
Back by popular demand, world-renowned organists, Michael Stairs and Gordon Turk, will play "Dueling Organs" at Pittsgrove Presbyterian Church on Sunday, May 7 at 3 p.m. as th...
Google Play's New Spam Filters Target Fake Reviews and Paid Installs
-Life Hacker - Tue Nov 01 05:14:01 EDT 2016
As long as there’s money to be made in apps, there will be companies trying to inflate an app’s rating by faking statistics. Now, Google’s taking aim at developers who try to artif...
By pulling from the 20+ different datasets that Facebook is making available, the hope is that people will build multi-purpose dialog systems that pull from all of the various data...
AI vision can determine why neighborhoods thrive
-Engadget - Sat Jul 08 14:08:44 EDT 2017
The technology has been trained to ignore changes that could skew the results, such as parked cars or seasonal differences in trees. The results at once supported some existing the...
Baidu's Deep Voice can quickly synthesize realistic human speech
-Engadget - Wed Mar 08 22:11:23 EST 2017
Google's WaveNet can also synthesize realistic human speech, but it's quite computationally demanding and hard to use for real-world applications at this point. Baidu says it solve...
The Who's lead singer Roger Daltrey and his wife Heather are in Edinburgh, Scotland to auction a selection of rare mechanical devices called automata. Automata are models of people...
Here's Where Fake News Sites Are Hiring Writers
-Refinery29 - Tue Nov 22 19:06:40 EST 2016
While fake news may have always been circulating the web, during this election season it became a pretty hot-button issue. Where does it come from? Who is behind it? Turns out, the...
Today anyone with an iPad and GarageBand can make the ingredients of modern music: beats. And 300,000 artists in their garages, bedrooms, and condos are doing exactly that ......
Pretty much every company, to some extent, has to power their algorithms with data and machine learning if they’re going to be competitive with anyone else in their space. The chal...
Believing in free will makes you feel more like your true self
-The Huffington Post - Wed Sep 28 08:11:19 EDT 2016
This isn't a question I can answer, but what I am interested in is "what happens if we do (or do not) believe in free will?" In other words, does believing in free will matter in y...
Facebook has fake news, Alibaba has fake reviews. The Chinese e-commerce giant is cracking down on phony reviews that game the search results for its Taobao shopping platform by su...
No Sh*t: People Who Swear More May Also Be More Honest, Study Says
-Mental Floss - Fri Jan 06 07:10:43 EST 2017
There are two types of people in this world: those who abhor potty mouths, and those who have turned the use of four-letter words into an art form. If you lean toward the latter si...
The gift of life, helping the stranger and a 'honeymoon effect?' for pastors
-The Huffington Post - Mon Dec 12 22:54:48 EST 2016
Scattershots from around the world of religion research, with special attention to findings indicating who is more likely to be nice this holiday season. A pretty significant one, ...
MIT creates an AI to predict urban decay
-The Next Web - Fri Jul 14 14:05:40 EDT 2017
Facebook volunteers and work-at-home moms might be making city planning decisions, thanks to AI research conducted by MIT scientists. Researchers from MIT’s media lab have been fee...
Study examines why patients do not get diagnostic tests
-UPI - Mon Jun 12 08:53:01 EDT 2017
June 12 (UPI) -- A new study by the University of Michigan found that risk, benefit and cost are the main reasons why people put off having diagnostic testing done. Researchers use...
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab has devised a way to look inside neural networks and shed some light on how they’re actually making decisions. The new proces...
Nurture, not nature, explains Internet trolling
-UPI - Fri May 05 08:24:33 EDT 2017
May 5 (UPI) -- New research suggests Internet trolls are the product of nurture, not nature. In other words, they're made, not born. The term Internet troll refers to an online com...
Harvard Scientist Says Moral Imagination Makes People Good [VIDEO]
-University Herald - Sat Apr 29 08:59:39 EDT 2017
A new study from Harvard University suggests that human beings by default are good people. According to the researchers, the moral imagination of people finds doing immoral things ...
Why we say "you" even when we mean "I"
-Popular Science - Thu Mar 23 11:12:33 EDT 2017
Orvell and her colleagues came to this conclusion by building on the work that psychologists and linguists had previously done on generic noun phrases like “boys don’t cry,” “snitc...
Researchers use science to help you snap 26% better selfies
-The Next Web - Wed Aug 02 08:07:08 EDT 2017
Snapping aesthetic selfies is an art form in itself these days – but now researchers from the University of Waterloo are trying to turn this art into a science. Computer science pr...
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