Bees are first insects shown to understand the concept of zero | New Scientist
Zero is not an easy idea to grasp, even for young humans – but experiments suggest bees might be up to the challenge
Bees can do basic mathematics. What are the implications for AI?
Researchers have discovered that bees have the cognition to do basic mathematics.This could have surprising implications for future Artificial Intelligence.
All You Need Is to Approve of Yourself – The Bee Writes…
Doesn't need an explanation, does it?
Evidence of new physics could have been under our noses all along | New Scientist
For almost a decade, the world's most expensive experiment failed to break new ground. But its biggest discoveries may have gone unnoticed
Our greatest creation: Where maths comes from and what it's for | New Scientist
Maths helps us comprehend the incredible complexity of the universe, but are we born with the ability to calculate, or did we invent it?
Living on the veg: Should we all go vegan? | New Scientist
Veganism is trending but is it just the latest food fad, or do claims that it's better for your health and that of the planet stack up? We dig into the evidence
Insects are dying at an alarming rate - and this is terrible news for life on Earth | World Economic Forum
Researchers say we could face global insect extinction within the next century if harmful agricultural practices are not stopped.
It's time for you to finally understand everything about blockchain | Daily Hive Vancouver
UBC Sauder School of Business is running a course that will get you up to speed on how to effectively use blockchain technology.
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