Outsmarting Cognitive Biases: eLearning Skills 2030

Be Deliberate, Detect, Ask Yourself Questions As machines become cognitive become more accurate and intelligent, we humans will need to sharpen our skills. One of your main responsibilities as a Learning and Development leader is to ensure that you empower the workforce to develop the four sets of skills that are critical to thriving in … Read more

Are Elephants People? New York’s Highest Court Hears Case for Animal Personhood

Animal rights group “continues to misuse the writ of habeas corpus” to advance agenda, says zoo. Forget fetal personhood or corporate personhood. The next big battle over extending individual rights under US law may come from a case involving an Asian elephant named Happy. The matter is currently being considered by New York’s highest court. … Read more

WATCH: Trump-Endorsed Kari Lake DESTROYS Liberal Reporter

President Trump was right when he said “Few can take on the Fake News Media like Kari.” Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake stumped perhaps the most biased fake news media outlet in the state of Arizona. It was so bad that they didn’t even publish a story with the Trump-Endorsed Arizona Gubernatorial frontrunner’s interview. This … Read more

The Mind Science Behind Microlearning

The Ins And Outs Of Microlearning Are you a fan of Pringles chips? Ever wondered what goes into their making? Let’s try to summarize the 20-minute process [1] of making one tube of Pringles in less time than it takes for one chip from the neat pile to travel to your mouth. Here we go: … Read more

Hermes Birkin Handbags, NFTs, Trademark Law, and Rothschild (but not Controlling the Weather)

From Hermes Int’l v. Rothschildan opinion issued today by Judge Jed Rakoff (SDNY): Around December 2021, defendant Mason Rothschild created digital images of faux-fur-covered versions of the luxury Birkin handbags of plaintiffs Hermes International and Hermes of Paris, Inc. (collectively, “Hermes”). Rothschild titled these images “MetaBirkins” and sold them using so-called “NFTs” (non-fungible tokens), explained … Read more

Isaac Chotiner Interviews Professor Laurence Tribe

The New Yorker‘s Isaac Chotiner interviews noted Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe for the latest issue. The brief-yet-broad interview covers a range of topics, and includes some of the “gotcha” questions for which Chotiner is known. In the interview, Professor Tribe describes how he embraced the Supreme Court’s ideological direction during the Warren and Burger … Read more

Bryan Caplan on “Misinformation About Misinformation”

Economist Bryan Caplan is one of the world’s leading experts on political ignorance and irrationality, author of the much-cited book, The Myth of the Rational Voter. In that work, he argues that misinformed than voters are likely to be far worse ones that are merely ignorant. Caplan takes the problem of political misinformation very seriously. … Read more

Continuous Protests Spread Across Iran Following a Massive Price Hike in Food and Other Basic Goods

This information is given to The Gateway Pundit by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) On Tuesday, May 17, people in several Iranian cities took to the streets for the fifth consecutive day of anti-regime protests. These protests are ongoing despite intense security measures and limited internet connectivity. Protests began over the sudden … Read more

The Future Of Innovative Learning

Gamification Is Redefining The Future of eLearning In recent years, the concept of EdTech has completely transformed. From interactive learning based on animations to applications, students and enthusiasts from all age groups have experienced the benefits offered. However, another interesting transition that has brought a very positive change to the EdTech industry is the introduction … Read more