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Is Faith An Intelligent Decision? - Part 3: The Issue of Credibility

By Jason Spears

Step onto any modern aircraft and the issue of faith hits home, but step onto a NASA space shuttle orbiter and faith becomes a prerequisite. 819 more words

Faith

Predictive First - A New Era of Game-Changing Software Apps

A guest piece I wrote for TechCrunch on how predictive-first (like “mobile-first”) applications will change the software game: 

Over the past several decades, enterprise technology has consistently followed a trail that’s been blazed by top consumer tech brands. 260 more words

AI

PAIN AND GAIN? NO SUBSTITUTE FOR USING YOUR BRAIN

Rabbi Ben Hei says, “According to the pain is the gain.”

— Pirkei Avot 5:21 (second century)

NO PAINS, NO GAINS.

If little labour, little are our gains:

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Daily Prompt

Six killed in attack on Afghan intelligence agency

Source: Reuters, by Rafiq Shirzad, Aug 30, 2014

JALALABAD Afghanistan – Six people were killed and dozens wounded when two suicide car bombers and Taliban gunmen attacked an office of the Afghan intelligence agency in the eastern city of Jalalabad on Saturday, a provincial government spokesman said. 144 more words

War On Terror

Cultural Intelligence

Written by: Peter Muijres

Around a decade ago a few people spearheaded the introduction of anew concept: ‘cultural intelligence’, also called ‘cultural quotient’ or ‘CQ’. Ang, van Dyne, Earley and Livermore were among these people and introduced CQ to help understand and predict why some expats adjust better than others to communicating with people from different cultures and living in a new environments. 787 more words

People

Your IQ isn't constant: It changes over time

We’re getting more stupid. That’s one point made in a recent article in the New Scientist, reporting on a gradual decline in IQs in developed countries such as the UK, Australia and the Netherlands. 858 more words

The Thing About IQ

I know a boy who despairs because his IQ isn’t as high as he’d like it to be. He thinks he’s doomed to failure. He thinks he’s stupid. 254 more words

Observation