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More people, from their teens to young adults, are getting cancer than ever before, leaving researchers scrambling for clues. Here's what we know, and how you can protect yourself.
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Branding isn’t buzz — we’ve been doing it for thousands of years.

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Design and branding are inherently a part of human nature. They serve as a way of signaling to others, non-verbally, who we are, what we believe in, and what is important to us.

There was a time when consumers were exclusively interested in a company's products — upgrades, different flavors, different colors.

But today, consumers want to know if the companies that they are buying from are worthy of their money. Do the companies practice good ethics? Do they have certain values? That's something that we have really never seen before.

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Named “one of the most creative people in business” by Fast Company, and “one of the most influential designers working today” by Graphic Design USA, Debbie Millman is also an author, educator, curator and host of the podcast Design Matters. Debbie’s podcast, Design Matters is one of the first and longest running podcasts, and as host and founder, Millman has interviewed nearly 500 of the most creative people in the world over the past 17 years. Design Matters won a 2011 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award, in 2015 Apple designated it one of the best overall podcasts on iTunes, and in 2021 designated it one of their “All Time Favorite Podcasts.” In addition, the show has been nominated for six Webby Awards, and has been listed on over 100 “Best Podcasts” lists, including one of the best podcasts in the world by Business Insider and Vanity Fair.


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6 Views · 16 days ago

Businesses have always been looking for ways to sell us more things – which we may or may not need. As we learn more about the inner workings of the human brain, they are now venturing into a new realm on this quest – our subconscious minds.

We're destroying our environment at an alarming rate. But it doesn't need to be this way. Our new channel Planet A explores the shift towards an eco-friendly world — and challenges our ideas about what dealing with climate change means. We look at the big and the small: What we can do and how the system needs to change. Every Friday we'll take a truly global look at how to get us out of this mess.

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6 Views · 19 days ago

One man cracked his knuckles in one hand for 60 years and not the other. Watch the video to see what he found out.

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There's a long-held myth that cracking your knuckles can damage your hands. The sound definitely might make people around you cringe, but what's making those noises, and is it actually bad for you?

There's a space in your joints filled with synovial fluid, a liquid that reduces the friction in your joints when you move. It contains gases (oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide).

When you pop a joint, you stretch out that space between the bones. That expanding space creates negative pressure, like a vacuum, that sucks in the synovial fluid. It forms bubbles, which then collapse, and that's what you hear.

Most medical sources agree that unless you experience pain when you pop your joints, you're probably fine to keep doing it. Researchers (including one man who cracked his knuckles on just one hand for 60 years) haven't established a connection between cracking your knuckles and arthritis.

One 1990 study of 300 people did find that cracking knuckles over a long period of time led to hand swelling and decreased grip strength, but there hasn't been any follow-up research on that.

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This budgeting method I talk about in today's video really changed the way I view my own finances. It's called the P&L Method, or running your life like you would a business. Every month, I have my own personal P&L sheet, and I've also created one for you guys so you can budget on your own today too.

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1 Views · 22 days ago

Dr. Cal Newport and Dr. Andrew Huberman discuss the concept of time blocking, fixed schedule productivity and deep work.

Cal Newport, Ph.D. (@CalNewportMedia) is a professor of computer science at Georgetown University and bestselling author of numerous books on focus and productivity and how to access the deepest possible layers of your cognitive abilities in order to do quality work and lead a more balanced life. Dr. Andrew Huberman is a tenured professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University School of Medicine and host of the Huberman Lab podcast.

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8 Views · 22 days ago

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🌟 Most resume advice from the internet is subjective since there is no "one-size-fits-all." But using Austin Belcak's analysis of 125,484 resumes, I share 5 Golden Rules on how to Write an Incredible Resume in 2021.

Whether you're making a resume for your first job, or improving upon a good resume you already have been using for years, it's very important to get the basics principles right before moving on to fancier resume writing tips.

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Anthropic's new AI model, Claude 3.5 Sonnet, boasts impressive benchmark scores, surpassing even GPT-4 in some areas. This advanced AI excels at complex coding, humor comprehension, and chart interpretation, making it a powerful tool for various applications. With its competitive pricing and user-friendly features, Claude 3.5 Sonnet is emerging as a strong contender in the rapidly evolving AI landscape.

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Neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor explains the 4 key ”characters” of the brain, and how understanding each can expand your perception of yourself, and the world, forever.

At age 37, neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor suffered a stroke that would take her eight years to fully recover from. This is how it changed her understanding of the brain.

In this interview, Dr. Jill draws a map of the human brain, explaining how it is comprised of four distinct modules, each serving a unique role in function and personality. This combination of cognitive and emotional components gives rise to the multidimensional characters within each of us.

Are you looking to be more rational, more creative, more forgiving, or perhaps less rigid in your thinking? Dr. Jill suggests that by becoming aware of the four modules of our brains, we can consciously choose to engage specific parts. This awareness allows us to harness the true power of our brains and shape who we want to become, ultimately fostering less anxiety, more inner peace, and a vastly more purposeful life.


About Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor:

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained and published neuroscientist. In 1996 she experienced a severe hemorrhage (AVM) in the left hemisphere of her brain causing her to lose the ability to walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. Her memoir, My Stroke of Insight, documenting her experience with stroke and eight-year recovery, spent 63 weeks on the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list and is still routinely the #1 book in the category Stroke in the Amazon marketplace.

Dr. Jill is a dynamic teacher and public speaker who loves educating all age groups, academic levels, as well as corporations and not-for-profit organizations about the beauty of our human brain. She focuses on how we can activate the power of our neuroplasticity to not only recover from neurological trauma, but how we can purposely choose to live a more flexible, resilient, and satisfying life.

In 2008 Dr. Jill gave the first TED talk that ever went viral on the Internet, which now has well over 27.5 million views. Also in 2008, Dr. Jill was chosen as one of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” and was the premiere guest on Oprah Winfrey’s “Soul Series” webcast. Her new book, Whole Brain Living – the Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life is a #1 release on Amazon in categories ranging from Neuroscience to Nervous System Diseases and Stroke.

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On April 8, 2024, the Moon’s shadow fell upon the Earth, creating a total solar eclipse across North America. If you had the chance to see it, you're surely glad you didn't miss it. It’s an amazing coincidence that total eclipses happen at all — and that we’re alive at a time when we can see and predict them. We made this video so you can learn how to watch an eclipse safely, what to look for during an eclipse, why eclipses happen, and how eclipses have helped advance scientific research.

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Since the time of the ancient Greeks, scientists have been constructing a cosmic measuring tape to measure the universe from our own backyard all the way to its ever-expanding edge: the cosmic distance ladder. In this video, we climb that ladder and explore how each rung has revealed something new and previously unthinkable about the universe we live in.

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Why does fire burn? What's the chemistry and physics of a flame? This week, learn about the beautiful science happening inside a flame!

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Gastroenterologists Dr. Sophie Balzora and Dr. Ugo Iroku debunk 13 myths about caffeine. They explain what decaf really means, how much caffeine is too much, and if caffeine affects your heart. They also talk about whether caffeine is good for you — plus ways it can actually be beneficial to your health.

Balzora is an assistant professor of medicine and a practicing gastroenterologist at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She specializes in digestive conditions, colon cancer screening and prevention, and minority and women's health. You can learn more about her work here: https://nyulangone.org/doctors..../1487813994/sophie-m

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5:40 Caffeine detoxes your body
6:51 Caffeine dehydrates you
7:48 Caffeine is addictive
8:38 Having more than one cup of coffee a day is bad for you
9:38 You won't be able to sleep if you have caffeine at night
10:52 Caffeine can mess with your heart rhythm
11:52 Tea is healthier than coffee
13:18 The way you prepare your coffee doesn't matter

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It would be a lot easier to study the science of dreaming if we weren’t asleep every time we did it. Why do we dream? What does dreaming do for our brains? How did dreaming evolve? Here’s a look at the current theories from psychology and neuroscience.

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In this animated video, Dr Hadzic share the three most common reasons why IV access fail. In Based on 3 decades of teaching and medical education, he has witnessed these three fundamental mistakes that are basis of most failures to secure an IV access. 1) The catheter is too short 2) The needle and catheter not inserted deep enough into the vein 3) The angle of needle insertion is too steep.

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Are More Expensive Clothes Actually Better Quality?
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“You get what you pay for” - I’m sure you’ve heard this saying many times before; and that can certainly be true in many areas. A higher price often comes with better quality/service/experience, but not always; so in today’s video we’re going to find out if that applies to fashion.

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0:46 - Categories of Fashion Brands
2:21 - How To Recognize Poor vs Good Quality In Clothes
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There's been a lot of news about gas stoves. At first, I was skeptical about the panic over these appliances. But then I measured the indoor air pollution from our stove and talked to public health experiments.

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MIT How to Speak, IAP 2018
Instructor: Patrick Winston
View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/how_to_speak

Patrick Winston's How to Speak talk has been an MIT tradition for over 40 years. Offered every January, the talk is intended to improve your speaking ability in critical situations by teaching you a few heuristic rules.

0:16 Introduction
3:11 Rules of Engagement
4:15 How to Start
5:38 Four Sample Heuristics
10:17 The Tools: Time and Place
13:24 The Tools: Boards, Props, and Slides
36:30 Informing: Promise, Inspiration, How To Think
41:30 Persuading: Oral Exams, Job Talks, Getting Famous
53:06 How to Stop: Final Slide, Final Words
56:35 Final Words: Joke, Thank You, Examples

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MIT Introduction to Deep Learning 6.S191: Lecture 1
Foundations of Deep Learning
Lecturer: Alexander Amini
2023 Edition

For all lectures, slides, and lab materials: http://introtodeeplearning.com/

Lecture Outline
0:00​ - Introduction
8:14 ​ - Course information
11:33​ - Why deep learning?
14:48​ - The perceptron
20:06​ - Perceptron example
23:14​ - From perceptrons to neural networks
29:34​ - Applying neural networks
32:29​ - Loss functions
35:12​ - Training and gradient descent
40:25​ - Backpropagation
44:05​ - Setting the learning rate
48:09​ - Batched gradient descent
51:25​ - Regularization: dropout and early stopping
57:16​ - Summary

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