I Dare You to “Make Your Own Neural Network in Python” (Book Review)

If you're a developer and expect deep expert insights about machine learning and neural networks, this “Make Your Own Neural Network in Python” review is not for you. But if you are a tech addict and like reading and learning about new software applications, then this will most likely hit a spot. If you like to improve general knowledge on the matter, then you may find this reading experience useful as well. 

“Jobs for Robots” by Jason Schenker: How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable in the Age of Robotics

Informed in one way or another, we all await for the faraway future to welcome robots on a grand scale. But robots are coming faster than we can tell. In fact, robots are already here and now it’s the best time to start preparing yourself for what once seemed only a distant possibility on the... Continue Reading →

How to Harness Your Intuition by Following Your Natural Intuitive Tracker

The intuition packed in the “little brain” is a portal to the higher state of awareness. Trackers access the higher awareness portal to synthesize knowledge from all senses and make connections between seemingly unrelated data.

Questioning the Limits of Human Fertility

When it comes to creations of various kinds, nothing is as generous, as fertile and as persistent as nature. If you want to picture nature’s fertility, think of the acacia and the linden trees in spring and early summer. In a very similar way, our female bodies, minds and souls are full of creative potential... Continue Reading →

How to Talk About Beauty to Young Girls

When we are born, the most beautiful person in the world for us is our mother. While I am almost sure you don’t remember (at least not consciously) the moment of your birth, I am positive that you remember a moment of your very first years when you looked into your mother’s face with awe.... Continue Reading →

Can Your Heart Predict the Future?

There are many secrets to the human heart. As we advance in sophisticated technological research methods and innovative software we can start unveiling at least some of them. Heart - the vital organ of emotions has been a research topic in prominent studies but we are just in the last decade or so using new... Continue Reading →

Emotional Contagion: How Your Facebook Comments Feed Turns Into a War of Words

When people are emotionally afflicted they feel the same emotions as someone who is nearby. Emotional contagion can take place without the participants' awareness of how this happened. On massive social networks, there is even something called global emotional synchrony.

How to Have a Good Day at Work

We all want to start the day on the high note, keep up the good energy throughout the day and avoid feeling exhausted when we take a look at the day behind. And we definitely want to have sufficient energy to keep the rest of the day rolling out and pulsing vibrantly. Often, there is so much information on the topic of how to have a good day at work that it creates further unnecessary stress. Instead of just be, stay in the moment and relax, we try to do more. Is this the best way to enjoying yourself at work?

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