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Final Jeopardy: Man vs. Machine & the Quest to Know Everything
Final Jeopardy: Man vs. Machine & the Quest to Know Everything

What the perceived masculinity of robots has to do with the future of human knowledge.

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Brainman: Inside the Mind of an Autistic Savant
Brainman: Inside the Mind of an Autistic Savant

What the circumference of a circle has to do with on-demand polyglotism.

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Thomas Edison and the Invention of the Movies
Thomas Edison and the Invention of the Movies

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Animated Soviet Propaganda
Animated Soviet Propaganda

What warthogs and vultures have to do with the most critical polarization in world politics.

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What Is Reality? A BBC Horizon Documentary
What Is Reality? A BBC Horizon Documentary

What walking through walls has to do with tropical fruit and the search for the God particle.

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Gerd Artnz Graphic Designer: The Visual Legacy of 4,000 Symbols
Gerd Artnz Graphic Designer: The Visual Legacy of 4,000 Symbols

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5 Must-See Talks from Google Zeitgeist
5 Must-See Talks from Google Zeitgeist

What the resilience of books has to do with the media arts and recasting the political limelight.

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Words on Words: Five Timelessly Stimulating Books About Language
Words on Words: Five Timelessly Stimulating Books About Language

What single Chinese men have to do with evolution and insults from Virginia Woolf.

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Isaac Asimov on Science and Creativity in Education
Isaac Asimov on Science and Creativity in Education

What vintage science fiction has to do with the future of self-directed learning.

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13 Years of Futurism by Cultural Luminaries
13 Years of Futurism by Cultural Luminaries

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