The world according to Itskov: Futurists convene at GF2045 (Part 1)
What is the best way to measure a researcher's scientific impact?
The enemy of my friend: Altruistic punishment in humans called into question
Ants follow Fermat's principle of least time
To dial, perchance to group: Statistical analysis reveals clustered telephony patterns
Internet temptation at work lowers employee productivity
Why moderate beliefs rarely prevail
Cooperation vs. Competition: Greed is good -- but only a moderate amount
Interview: Dr. Ben Goertzel on Artificial General Intelligence, Transhumanism and Open Source (Part 2/2)
Interview: Dr. Ben Goertzel on Artificial General Intelligence, Transhumanism and Open Source (Part 1/2)
Stock market model first to reproduce main properties of the real market
To build a cooperative society, is it better to punish or reward?
Can a formula predict the outcome of a soccer match?
Before 'Lucy,' there was 'Ardi': Oldest hominid skeleton provides new evidence for human evolution (w/ Video)
In a special issue of Science, an international team of scientists has for the first time thoroughly described Ardipithecus ramidus, a hominid species that lived 4.4 million years ago in what is now Ethiop ...
Oct 01, 2009
4.6 / 5 (36) 1