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Obviously, there is one common denominator in this group of terrorists. They are Muslims and for the most part - but not
James Rollins is the New York Times-bestselling author known to millions of fans for his speculative adventure fiction. His novels take readers to unknown worlds, and across eons of time, reminiscent of books by Michael Crichton, H.G. Wells, and Isaac Asimov.
The Flynn effect has been observed in a number of subsequent studies, although some research has shown just the opposite
Millennials tend to get a bad rap from older generations for being entitled, self-absorbed and unfocused. They are not the
This new research was published in the April 13 issue of Intelligence. Our technology may be getting smarter, but a provocative
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Some futurists think we're headed for a moment when tech progress gives us superhuman intelligence forever. But that could be just another all-too-human fantasy. Joining Alyona Minkovski to discuss are guests Cara Santa Maria, Tom Simonite, James Miller, Matthew Herper and John Rennie.
Full Segment: Some futurists think we're headed for a moment when tech progress gives us superhuman intelligence forever. But that could be just another all-too-human fantasy.
Are we humans really getting dumber and dumber as a species? I recently was asked to join HuffPost Live producer/host Alyona
The Community sounds off with Josh on the increasing number of unemployed adults living at home.
Science is the activity they're most smug about -- the proof, I gather, that humans are logical and rational, the epitome of smart.
Once and for all, an investigation shows that when it comes to a comparison of the species, the idea of general intelligence is not only a fraught concept, but a rigged one.