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No, I don't want to have long conversations with Alexa

Amazon's Alexa is great for many things. I love walking through my door saying "Alexa, turn on all lights." I like asking Alexa for the weather and telling it to play music. I really appreciate how Amazon is constantly improving its capabilities
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The Future of Medicine, From a Leader in Venture Capital

From:   By: Eric J. Topol Via: RT @mgperry: The Future of Medicine
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Answers to The Strategist Quiz (#545)

From: Buisness-standard By Gaurav Sri Krishna Recommended by: business-standard 1. This person a scientist who served both at Carnegie Mellon and Stanford said, “Speech is something that is ubiquitous to humankind, what I didn’t
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Time-Delayed Eating Leads to Better Food Choices

From:   By: Roni Caryn Rabin Via: Time-Delayed Eating Leads
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Donald Trump has the grammar of a seventh grader study says

From: Mashable By Jason Abbruzzese Recommended by: Mashable Donald Trump might have trouble if he ever appears on "Are you smarter than a fifth grader?"An analysis of the speeches of Republican presidential candidates by
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The Psychology of a Hug

From:   By: Gerald Schoenewolf Via: The Psychology of a Hug
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The Science Behind Team Intelligence

What makes teams effective? People have been trying to find out for centuries, but researchers looking into that question recently discovered something new. According to psychologists at MIT, Carnegie Mellon, and Union College, groups take on a
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A Recent Grad Shares How She Landed Her Dream Job In Fashion Tech

In college, Alexandra Johnson was just like most of her peers—she had a love of learning and an even stronger love of fashion. So when it came time to nail down a career path, she simply married her two loves. The Carnegie Mellon computer science