Chess in the World of Picasso

Understanding how things work is an obsession and a necessity of ours as a human race. We explain how things work by trying to link facts in a logical sequence that builds and demonstrates the understanding. The linear logic that has prevailed for centuries as the only reliable formal tool of thought has encountered a few... Continue Reading →

Education, Neuroscience and Adaptive Technology

In its recently published report Brain Wave Module 2, the Working Group for the Royal Society, UK made a number of recommendations from the field of neuroscience to inform education policy. Naturally, they support the research done by neuroscientist, but they use caution against extreme optimism or fantastic claims (neuromyths). The report invites dialogue between... Continue Reading →

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