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Let's pretend that atypical heart attack symptoms don't exist

by Carolyn Thomas  ♥  @HeartSisters  ♥  February 25, 2018

Two cardiology reports landed in my inbox on the same day this past week, inside the same issue of the same cardiology journal. 1,329 more words

Diagnosing - And Misdiagnosing

Hackers could exploit AI to mount automated attacks, experts warn

The report claims that malicious uses of AI could lead to driverless car crashes, or result in commercial drones being converted into targeted weapons.

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Yale University is Introducing a course that Reviews the Centuries of “Whiteness”

According to Brietbart.com, the class will explore “whiteness” as a “culturally constructed and economically incorporated entity, which assigns value to nearly every aspect of American life and culture.” 73 more words

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You Think You’re Clairvoyant?

The title of this post is the first part of the title by Adam Bear, Rebecca Fortgang, & Michael Bronstein in the Health Section of the 16 January 2018 issue of the Washington Post. 511 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

The End of Free Speech?

In recent years college and university campuses across the Western World have a culture of political correctness, which also means that things said that are not politically correct can get you in a lot of trouble. 820 more words

The Argument Against Quantum Computers

  The mathematician Gil Kalai believes that quantum computers can’t possibly work, even in principle.

Sixteen years ago, on a cold February day at Yale University, a poster caught Gil Kalai’s eye. 1,297 more words

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