Monthly Archives: October 2016

Let Your Workers Rebel

Reprinted from HBRby Francesca Gino Let Your Workers Rebel Employee engagement is a problem. To fix it, encourage your workers to break rules and be themselves. We’ll show you who does it right and how you can too. Understanding why people so often conform to the behavior of others has been a topic of interest […]

My picks, 2016-10

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Curing Cancer with Proton Beams Acoustic holograms Hummingbirds How to raise successful kids – without over-parenting Human Neurons Continue to Migrate After Birth Curing Cancer with Proton Beams Suzie Sheehy Particle accelerators do more than just particle physics research. Suzie Sheehy takes a look […]

Inevitable End of Moore’s Law

By Satoshi Matsuoka, University of Tokyo2016 We should optimally design future SCs like Cell Phones or even human brains so that we never repair them, but simply work around. In this video from EASC2016 in Stockholm, Satoshi Matsuoka from the Tokyo Institute of Technology presents: The Inevitable End of Moore’s Law. “The so-called “Moore’s Law”, […]

Achieving Superintelligence

By Alex Wissner-GrossPresident and Chief Scientist of Gemedy; IACS Fellow, Harvard UniversityHarvard Institute for Applied Computational Science2016 What is the critical path to achieving artificial superintelligence? This talk will explore the computational science and engineering issues associated with defining intelligence, the role of large datasets in accelerating AI breakthroughs, and strategies for detecting and managing […]

My picks, 2016-9

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Lines of Thought: Understanding Anatomy Reading through closed books LiFi: Crossing the Digital Divide Are the Dominoes Falling for Standard Cosmology? Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Bill Hammack & Don DeCoste Bill Hammack […]