Fri.Feb 19, 2021

Could Repeated Practice Reduce Creativity?

Michael Roberto

Source: Wikimedia Columbia Professor Melanie S. Brucks and Stanford Professor Szu-chi Huang have published a thougght-provoking new paper titled, "Does Practice Make Perfect? The Contrasting Effects of Repeated Practice on Creativity."

This new tool allows designers to create photorealistic 3D humans in less than an hour

Idea to Value

Epic are the makers of the videogame production software “Unreal Engine”, known for producing some of the best graphics in videogames (and recently, in films and TV shows as well).

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RPA Retrospective: the results we achieved with robot process automation

mjvinnovation

Our trend report for 2021 mentioned that “RPA is a technology that will grow a lot in the coming years,” but it turns out that some organizations do not understand its full potential. Therefore, we did an RPA Retrospective.

#2,132 – Brain Week: We’re Not As Conscious As We Think

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

We assume that we’re always conscious, at least when we’re not asleep that is. Obviously we go on autopilot sometimes and have involuntary actions that we don’t control but other than that we think we know what’s going on. Think that we’re always in control.

Extending the Reach of HR: Supporting and Sourcing Remote Talent

Speaker: Karen Lim, Alliance Academy

The concept of Global HR is becoming more common as more companies become permanently remote. As companies expand their talent-bases beyond borders, HR reps will bear the responsibilities that come along with it. Adapting to different cultures, distances, and legal implications whilst preserving core company values is essential. Once you can do this, the world becomes your oyster. Join Karen Lim of Alliance Academy, and learn to thrive in a remote-first mindset.

#2,131 – Brain Week: Slowing Down Time

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

I’ve often wondered what was the point of giving a criminal multiple life sentences. After all, they can only live once. But what if there was a way to make them live long enough to serve those long sentences? Or at least think they were? Well, that may soon be possible.