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Adapting to the urban jungle has made Rocky smarter.
Composer Edward Elgar still has cryptographers playing his tune.
Genetic engineering will one day create the smartest humans who have ever lived.
What if our ancient relatives did “human” better?
Rags, riches, and fame in mathematics.
The real genius in the Nobel Prize-winning discovery is not who you think it is.
One team of strangers helped me with the Darpa Shredder Challenge. Another sabotaged me.
Where we part ways with our ape cousins.
Randomness may be key to both human and computer creativity.
Seven sports that come down to how well your neurons play.
Both geniuses and madmen pay attention to what others ignore.
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