Human thinking is antiquated.
From honing the art of perception to checking cognitive biases, here are a few techniques employees can learn in critical thinking training.
Aragon AI CEO Wesley Tian tells Big Think Business how he took his company from initial conception, through acceleration, to the scaling phase.
We can no longer approach the news as passive consumers.
In our competitive world, fortune does not appear to favor the humble — but a strong counter-narrative is emerging.
According to neuropsychologist Julia DiGangi, no one can live a life free of emotional pain. We can only choose how those emotions empower us.
Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
MakeLoveNotPorn founder Cindy Gallop says women need to stop giving a damn what people think.
Unlock the paradoxes of life through poetic realism.
Gladiators fought in rounds, and there were referees to enforce rules. Only rarely were gladiators killed.
There are four money personality types. Which are you?
Who — or what — really controls your mind?
When ancient humans stared into the darkness, they imagined monsters. Today, staring into the future, AI is the monster.
Psychologist Noel Brick shares the mental techniques we can use to improve our performance on and off the field.
Big Think spoke with AI expert Nick Jennings about the future of regulating fast-evolving AI.
Elastic thinking can reveal the assumptions that hamstring our ability to solve seemingly intractable problems.
Will you die when your body dies?
Lockdowns moved the burden of COVID from the at-risk elderly to the less-at-risk young. Does this sacrifice merit compensation?
Here are the signs that you inherited “money anxiety” from your parents.
Kids are fragile. They should trust their feelings. The world is a battle between good and evil. We should stop repeating these untruths.
Katie Kermode — a memory athlete with four world records — tells Big Think about her unique spin on an ancient technique to memorize unfathomably long lists of information.
Actor and science communicator Alan Alda shares his three rules of three for effective and empathic communication.
Research consistently points to a set of leadership skills that are high-impact, difficult to develop, and not easily replicated by technology.
“Why are you unhappy? Because 99.9 percent of everything you think, and of everything you do, is for yourself — and there isn’t one.”
With ~400 billion stars in the Milky Way and 6-20 trillion galaxies overall, that makes for a lot of stars. But not as many as you'd think.
By developing skills like divergent thinking and collaboration in the workforce, creativity training has the potential to unlock revolutionary ideas.