The Smartness Economy AND Why Your Washing Machine Might Destroy Us All

Imagine yourself in 2049. You live on the top floor of a seven hundred story apartment complex in the downtown core of a neon lit rainy mega city. You're about to do a load of laundry. "Computer: select cycle, heavy. Water type, hot."Suggestion: cold water is best for dark colours and delicate fabrics.Selecting Cycle: delicate.... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Cultivate a Positive Tutor Mindset

Before you can inspire others, you have to inspire yourself! Here are 5 Ways to Cultivate A Positive Tutor Mindset 1. Establish Positive Routines 2. Develop Healthy Habits 3. Hone Your Homeostasis 4. Create an Inspiring Life 5. Don’t Get Lost in the Details LET'S DIVE IN! 1. Establish positive routines Our brains have a... Continue Reading →

The 3 Factions of Artificial Intelligence

“Hydrogen…, given enough time, turns into people." -Edward Robert Harrison, 1995 There isn't a consensus on the When and What of AI. When will this change happen (if ever)? What will this change mean for the future of humans? According the physicist and cosmologist, Max Tegmark - author of Life 3.0: Being Human in the... Continue Reading →

Coddling North American Minds

“Trigger warnings are verbal or written notifications provided by a professor to alert students that they are about to encounter potentially distressing material.” - from Coddling of the American Mind by Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff Real life does not give you trigger warnings. Young adults these days are soft. If you were to drop... Continue Reading →

A Message From Outer Space

"Do not answer. DO NOT ANSWER. DO. NOT. ANSWER." _____ Imagine yourself in the not-so-distant-future, you're in a laboratory late at night. You're tired, cold, and hungry from working ungodly hours - testing, upgrading, and testing - same old system maintenance. All of sudden, on one of the monitors - large, green text starts scrolling... Continue Reading →

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