Not even brightest minds in artificial intelligence can tell you how it’s going to change our lives by Dave Gershgorn

In 2014, Stanford University launched the One Hundred Year Study, a long-term look into the future of artificial intelligence set to publish a paper every five years. Continue reading

Britain’s world-beating cycling team owes its success to a World War Two management technique that helped rebuild Japan by Marta Cooper

Over the past decade, Britain’s track cycling team has become a powerhouse. The squad has gone from four medals at each of the 2000 and 2004 Olympics to leaving the last Continue reading

The maker of a high-priced Hepatitis C cure used shell companies to avoid billions in taxes by Tim Fernholz

Gilead Science, the drug maker widely criticized for pricing a life-saving anti-viral drug beyond the reach of many patients, has also used a controversial tax strategy Continue reading

The Los Angeles Lakers just signed Chinese Olympian Yi Jianlian by Zheping Huang

The NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers announced Monday (Aug. 22) that they have signed Chinese power-forward Yi Jianlian. Continue reading

How Britain (pop: 65 million) won more golds in Rio than China (pop: 1.3 billion) by Aamna Mohdin

Britain had a historic Olympic Games.

The island nation, with a population of just 65 million, beat China, a country of 1.3 billion, Continue reading

At least 50 Indian startups have the potential to cross a billion dollars in valuation by Itika Sharma Punit

At the moment, India is home to only about half-a-dozen unicorns, or startups valued at over $1 billion. Continue reading

Scientists now know the brain chemistry behind Pavlov’s famous dog experiment by Katherine Ellen Foley

From choosing coffee or tea to caffeinate yourself in the morning to how you plan to unwind after the day’s end, we make decisions of varying degrees of importance every day. Continue reading