16 Jan 2018

When A Country’s Towns & Villages Face Extinction

It is predicted that 896 towns and villages across Japan will no longer be viable

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15 Jan 2018

Why The Only Future Worth Building Includes Everyone

A single individual is enough for hope to exist, and that individual can be you,

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12 Jan 2018

Want To Eat Well? Forget About Willpower

We know surprisingly little about what we want to eat, and why. Researcher Brian Wansink

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09 Jan 2018

What It’s Like To Live In A Well-Governed Country

What makes a country well-run? Whether minimising corruption or spearheading educational and medical initiatives, governments

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08 Jan 2018

Here’s How You Can Connect To Friends Who Are Depressed

When I lived with severe depression and social anxiety, I found it extremely difficult to

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05 Jan 2018

Infographic: 67 Fascinating Facts About Online Vs Offline Commerce

The Fast-Paced Growth of Online Shopping  Faster and cheaper delivery, online exclusive deals, easier returns

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05 Jan 2018

Bitcoin is Currency, Not Stock: Where To Use The Cryptocurrency For Real Purchases

The true revolution of the cryptocurrency bitcoin is that it isn’t stock. You don’t need

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05 Jan 2018

Top 10 In U.S. To Get Fit And Healthy In 2018

The most popular New Year’s resolution for 2017 was to get healthy, according to data from Twitter.

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04 Jan 2018

Redefining What Hanging Your Dirty Laundry Outside Means

New Zealanders have a unique way of discarding their trash—they hang them on fences. Bras,

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27 Dec 2017

How Did Polynesian Wayfinders Navigate The Pacific Ocean?

Imagine setting sail from Hawaii in a canoe. Your target is a small island thousands

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24 Dec 2017

A Machine-Learning Census Of America’s Cities

Millions of images of public streets offer a cheap, sweeping view of America’s demography. “WOULD

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23 Dec 2017

Autonomy Enables Adaptive Built Environment

Designers’ novel thinking about data, tools and methods is advancing to a point where it’s possible

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22 Dec 2017

When The Mountain Is The Tree For Your Christmas

Every year on Christmas, the small medieval town of Gubbio, in northern Italy, lights up

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21 Dec 2017

How Technology Is Transforming Human Behaviour, For Better Or Worse

What exactly do we mean by an “enhanced” human? When this possibility is brought up,

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21 Dec 2017

What Writers Can Take Away From the Bible

The National Book Award finalist Min Jin Lee on how the story of Joseph, and

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20 Dec 2017

10 Misconceptions About Christmas That Get Repeated Every Year

Christmas is a time for friends, family, cheer, giving, and general annoyance. After centuries of

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19 Dec 2017

19 Fun And Kid-Friendly Christmas Getaways For Your Family

1. May Your Getaways Be Merry & Bright ‘Tis the season when top destinations and

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18 Dec 2017

10 Mind-Blowing Things That Happened Last Week (12/15/17)

Keeping up with the news is hard. So hard, in fact, that we’ve decided to

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18 Dec 2017

How The End Of A Free Open Internet Will Affect Us All

The fight for the future of the internet just came to a head. The Republican-led

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15 Dec 2017

3 Principles For Creating Safer AI

How can we harness the power of superintelligent AI while also preventing the catastrophe of

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14 Dec 2017

Three Enlightenment About Earth From Astronauts

“My first view of Earth happened a few seconds after launch,” says scientist Helen Sharman,

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14 Dec 2017

Where Are The World’s Greatest Casino Holiday Destinations?

Choosing where to go on holiday isn’t as easy as it used to be. Instead

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14 Dec 2017

The Benefits And Risk Of Artificial Intelligence

WHAT IS AI? From SIRI to self-driving cars, artificial intelligence (AI) is progressing rapidly. While

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13 Dec 2017

The Global Conflicts To Watch In 2018

“The U.S. is now the most unpredictable actor in the world today.” As conflicts ignite

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13 Dec 2017

Could Intelligent Machines Of The Future Own The Rights To Their Own Creations?

Intellectual property may be the legal term for creations, including literary or artistic, but there is something

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12 Dec 2017

Can The World’s Megacities Survive The Digital Age?

Today, megacities have become synonymous with economic growth. In both developing and developed countries, cities with populations of

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12 Dec 2017

Why Airlines Will Get To Keep Hiding Baggage Fees?

Until a few days ago, a rule proposed under the Obama administration would force airlines

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12 Dec 2017

The 21 Things You Should Know When Moving to Austin, TX in 2017

Chances are, you’ve heard a thing or two about “bat city,” the beloved capital of

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11 Dec 2017

Why Tech Giants Are Investing Millions In AI That Can Play Video Games

Artificial intelligence researchers at Elon Musk’s OpenAI project recently made a big advance by winning

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07 Dec 2017

Why The Future Is Uncertain For Earth’s Island Worlds

The future is uncertain for Earth’s incredible island worlds The Earth is a blue planet

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07 Dec 2017

Trump’s Recognition Of Jerusalem As Israel’s Capital, Explained

President Trump just officially declared Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, upending decades of

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07 Dec 2017

Building A Border At 4,600 Meters

There are some parts of the world that no empire, nation, or state has been

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06 Dec 2017

How To Prepare For A Disaster In A Big City

How to survive a nuclear attack and other disasters in a big city, as explained

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06 Dec 2017

Ethiopia’s Radical Redesign For Relentless Urban Growth

As Addis Ababa creaks under the weight of a mushrooming populace, sub-Saharan Africa’s largest housing

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05 Dec 2017

When We Harm The Environment, We’re Hurting Our Health

Our planet’s resources find themselves in a precarious situation. The very ideals and strengths that

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04 Dec 2017

Four Things The Paradise Papers Tell Us About Global Business

The so-called Paradise Papers may sound familiar – leaked documents from a law firm that specialises in

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01 Dec 2017

The Top 10 Airport In The World 2017

The Skytrax World Airport Awards are the most prestigious accolades for the airport industry voted

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30 Nov 2017

The Futuristic Structure Of Running Rings Ferris Wheel

The Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel certainly runs rings around its more common cousins seen

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29 Nov 2017

These Are The Most (And Least) Safe Cities In The World 2017

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s third annual Safe Cities Index has ranked four East Asian and three European

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28 Nov 2017

Does Working More Hours Lead To A Healthier Economy?

“How do we increase our productivity?”  This is a question that many businesses and individuals

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28 Nov 2017

How The ‘Queen Of The Curve’ Redefined Our Cities Around The World

From Beirut to Beijing, Zaha Hadid’s distinctive buildings have transformed skylines around the world. Nicknamed

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22 Nov 2017

Where To Shop For The Best Black Friday Deals

Black Friday shopping is one of America’s most treasured holiday traditions. But there’s always a

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21 Nov 2017

Asgardia: The World’s First ‘Space Nation’, Takes Flight

The world’s first “space nation” has taken flight. On November 12, Asgardia cemented its presence

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16 Nov 2017

Artificial Intelligence May Reflect The Unfair World We Live In

We’ve all heard Elon Musk speak with foreboding about the danger AI poses — something

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15 Nov 2017

The Top 10 U.S. Cities With the Best Public Transit

Finding a home with easy access to public transit is a wonderful thing. In the

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15 Nov 2017

Does Regulating AI Save Humanity Or Just Stifle Innovation?

Some people are afraid that heavily armed artificially intelligent robots might take over the world, enslaving

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10 Nov 2017

How Our Choices For Holiday Trips Affect Air Travel’s Sustainability

You might think that the 100% increases in charges drivers pay for dropping people off at airports

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10 Nov 2017

46 Ecommerce Conversion Rate Optimization Hacks

Conversion is the ultimate goal of a business’s online efforts. If your website has a

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09 Nov 2017

Why China Is Building Islands In The South China Sea

China claims they aren’t military bases, but their actions say otherwise.   This feature is

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08 Nov 2017

Owning A Car Will Soon Be A Thing Of The Past

The idea that we will surrender our prized motors can look far-fetched. But as cities

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