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The trouble with boys
December 20th, 2010

We’re not enabling our kids. We project our fears onto them and we’re not giving them the opportunity for resilience. We have to stay up to date with technologies and the other things that are happening so we’re aware of the challenges, and that comes about by creating a culture in the home where stuff get discussed.

Game Changers
March 22nd, 2014

Even if you’re not a gamer, you can’t fail to notice electronic gaming has evolved exponentially since it became mainstream entertainment some time in the 1970s.


The Ice Beneath My Feet
April 7th, 2010

When The West read about the disdain station workers hold for breeze-in-breeze-out types like journalists in The Ice Beneath My Feet it was enough to dash our lifelong ambition to visit Antarctica, but as Patterson explains, the environment exerts very different demands on people.

Smart But Dumb
January 1st, 2010

So while people will always try to build C-3PO-style machines that look and talk like us, the real advances will come in individual components we design to do one job well. Human intelligence arose from the unconscious co-operation of such systems to sustain the organism. Maybe if we get the constituent ‘smart’ parts right, a true AI system will spontaneously evolve — dare we say it — intelligently‚Ķ


A New Direction in HR
April 1st, 2002

The last 12 months have been spent repositioning the Department of Training as a recognised trader in knowledge management, and in line with their new focus, they’ve taken some innovative steps to align people skills with the direction of the organisation.

Science tries to make sense of love
July 3rd, 2011

Now that cognitive and neural science is giving us a window into our own inner workings, we might start to see some clues about the age old questions of what love is and how we can make it last.






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June 22nd, 2016

The Brain Without Food Despite representing only 2 percent of the body mass, the brain consumes ...
May 1st, 2016

Rescue Robots Imagine the scene after a huge earthquake or natural catastrophe, of the ...
April 1st, 2016

Ghosts in the machine Spirits moaning in castle keeps and dragging chains across dusty attics ...
March 8th, 2016

Funbots How robots for fun and leisure will change the way we ...
February 7th, 2016

How robots for fun and leisure will change the way we ...


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