There is some truth secret recipe on how someone can turn into a genius? The truth is as attractive as it sounds this idea, chances are very small. But there are some common characteristics of very shifty people the BBC identified and introduced us.
Within six interviews made by journalists of the British public television to six scientists and inventors who have been distinguished for their intelligence, the BBC has some advice on how can someone, if not able to become like them, at least to improve themselves.
1) Seek alternative road
The conclusion is reached in the case of Sarah Segker, an astrophysicist at MIT, which was against the initial skepticism argued that the answer to the failure of telescopes to ‘trap’ a detect for possible signs of life on other planets is finding their indirect footprint in the planet’s atmosphere. Do not blindly follow the dominant paradigm, look for alternative even against the initial review, propose new roads, innovation is a sign of intelligence!
A “robot revolution” will transform the global economy over the next 20 years, cutting the costs of doing business but exacerbating social inequality, as machines take over everything from caring for the elderly to flipping burgers, according to a new study.
As well as robots performing manual jobs, such as hovering the living room or assembling machine parts, the development of artificial intelligence means computers are increasingly able to “think”, performing analytical tasks once seen as requiring human judgment.