Politics & Society

Why Avoiding the News May Not Be Bad News After All

Civic engagement is vital to society and can even help a country steer through crises like COVID-19. What makes people go out of their way to volunteer, donate money, or get politically active? One answer may lie in their news consumption.

Arts & Humanities

Can We Cheat Death via Mind-Uploading?

Can the sum of knowledge and experience we’ve accumulated over a lifetime live on after we die? The concept of “mind-uploading” is a modern version of an age-old human dream. Transhumanism hopes to not only enhance human capacities but even transcend human limitations such as bodily death.

Academia & Publishing

What Is Peer Review and Why Is It Important?

It’s one of the major cornerstones of the academic process and critical to maintaining rigorous quality standards for research papers. Whichever side of the peer review process you’re on, we want to help you understand the steps involved.

Science & Technology

Artificial Intelligence Hubs: How to Catch the Next Pandemic Early

COVID-19 won’t be the last pandemic to impact our lives. To prepare for the next global health crisis, we must focus on advancing artificial intelligence – and share the knowledge we gain across borders.

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