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The Martian started as a self-published blog, and became a major motion picture.
A Renaissance alchemist pioneers feedback control.
Parkinson’s disease gave her the gift of creativity.
The way to tap your inner Hemingway is not how you think.
Nothing obstructs access to the truth like a belief in absolute truthfulness.
Why the singularity is greatly exaggerated.
Are the common elements in our dreams the result of basic biology, or something deeper?
Creative robots, the Kurzweil fallacy, and what it means to be human.
That song stuck in your head is your brain doing its work.
The unusual lives of a physicist and an aviator, in verse and song.
Neuroscientist Anjan Chatterjee takes us into the neurology of creativity.
The modern artist David Hockney once said that “art has to move you and design does not, unless it’s a good design for a bus.” Such a polemic statement implies that there can…Read More
Hans-Ulrich Obrist seems to be everywhere—and it’s not much of an illusion. Widely regarded as the most influential figure in today’s art world, he’s worked with a who’s-who…Read More
Creativity is an important driver of innovation, and in the arts and industry people work hard to be more creative, sometimes shelling out lots of money for creativity consultants. But…Read More
Looking around our planet today, it’s hard not to be struck by humanity’s uniqueness. We are the only species around that writes books, runs experiments, and builds skyscrapers. Our…Read More