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A neuroscientist who studies decision­ making reveals the most important choice you can make

A neuroscientist who studies decision­ making reveals the most important choice you can make

“The most important decision is who you surround yourself with”

This article is published in collaboration with Business insider 04 Aug 2017; Chris Weller Ideas Reporter, Business Insider

Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

Martin Rees
Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, University of Cambridge
Martin Rees is is a Fellow of Trinity College and Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics at the University of Cambridge. He is the Astronomer Royal and a foreign associate of the US National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is the author of more than 500 research papers and eight books.

Future of work: Stephane Kasriel December 2017

Future of work: Stephane Kasriel December 2017

At the World Economic Forum, where I co-chair the Council on the Future of Work, Gender and Education, we have heated discussions on the future impact of artificial intelligence on work and our responsibilities to help manage the change. We see that as the workforce evolves, we must finally break free from the industrial-era habits of the past to ensure a more productive and equitable future.

Meaningful and mature relationships

Meaningful and mature relationships

To develop meaningful and mature relationships at work or at home we need to develop two filters. The first filter protects you from other people. The second filter protects other people from you.

Multi-tasking eats productive time

Multi-tasking eats productive time

We are accelerating into the age of “connected everything”