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Once upon a time, unpaid humans did a job that AI does today.

Fixing things is human nature, so why are companies so against it?

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Temporary popularity may permanently fool an otherwise intelligent algorithm

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For an American icon, death is just the beginning

Hands Off

A simple technique that anyone can use, and the science of why it works

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The ears have it

Lessons learned from a decade of writing for an online audience

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We could all use a dose of chill right about now

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Everything was fine until the Panda showed up

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Let’s demystify meditation.

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