AI is all about analysing huge amounts of data so why isn’t it used more in trading?
Machine learning is based on analysing huge data sets and finding patterns in them, yet isn’t used much in financial market decisions.
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The racist abuse of England’s black players was predictable and easily monitored.
Going to pre-school consolidates language skills and aids children’s emotional development.
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Not being able to attend nurseries due to lockdown has affected children’s growth in emotional, linguistic and physical terms. The longterm effect could heighten inequality
The ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise’s focus on kinship allows the films to swerve around narrative logic and whiz past characterization.
The ‘Fast and Furious’ films pay fetishistic attention to the movements, sounds and shiny surfaces of machines. But family is the moral centre of the fanchise.
Companies need to make sure every voice is heard.
Ireland’s Tadhg Beirne tackled by Italy’s Gianmarco Lucchesi during a 6 Nations match in October 2020.
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Why tackling in kids rugby must be banned to curb dementia risks.
The use of electric bikes can be tied to improved clarity of thought, faster reaction times and a boost in mental well-being.
Jamal Khashoggi: worrying times for dissidents everywhere.
Khashoggi’s ruthless killing is just one example of a broader trend including the widespread detention, kidnapping, murder and extradition of dissidents and their relatives.
Sé joven, sé tonto…
Conocido como el bache de la reminiscencia, los científicos de la memoria están debatiendo qué lo causa.
The truth about harms on alcohol labels may not be good for the alcohol industry, but it could be good your health.
Conditioning for the cold.
Techniques and technology can help athletes perform at their best even in freezing temperatures.
Fighting prejudice against people who use drugs should lead to a larger interrogation of society and inequality – not only a change of vocabulary.
The Sami Parliament (Sámediggi)
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A photograph of Siv Jensen dressed up as a Native American caused outrage in Norway, not least among the indigenous Sami minority.
Why GCSE and A Level subject choices matter.
New research shows what subjects you study at school make a big difference to the type of university you end up attending.
Hogarth’s The Polling, from the Humours of an Election series.
We take it for granted, but it wasn’t always so easy to take part in the democratic functioning of the country.
Ah, la jeunesse…
La cause du « pic de réminiscence » qui intervient entre 15 et 25 ans fait l’objet de vives polémiques parmi les spécialistes de la mémoire.
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Nursing is more than just a caring profession, it is also a science.
Be young, be foolish …
Known as the reminiscence bump, memory scientists are hotly debating what causes it.
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These days, EU policy is more helpful than harmful for Britain’s fish.
Keeping them interested.
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Training teachers to make science lessons more practical, creative and challenging benefits their students.