10 Amazing Benefits of Reading Before Bed — Let’s Talk Reading


Reading before bed is definitely one of the best habits that one can form. This habit not only betters our sleep quality but also positively influences our entire day’s activities by bestowing on to us a re-energized body and a relaxed mind every morning. This article focuses on the benefits of reading before going to…

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Books Are Our Best Friends: 12 Reasons Why it is Absolutely True — Let’s Talk Reading


I remember when I was in class 4 and took part in an intra-school essay writing competition. We were supposed to write an essay on Books are our best friends. And guess what? I could not even write a single paragraph properly! Reason for that was simple. Back then I did not read any books…

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17 Reasons Why Reading is Important For Everyone — Let’s Talk Reading


One of the basic reasons why reading is important is that it helps you grow mentally, emotionally and psychologically. Every book gives you an opportunity to learn new things and explore new ideas. Reading books increases your knowledge and makes you smarter. But the importance of reading is not limited to just these benefits. You…

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Robot built for Japan’s aging workforce finds coronavirus role — Let’s Talk Reading


By REUTERS TOKYO (Reuters) – Mira Robotics developed its “ugo” robot to reinforce greying Japan’s shrinking workforce, but as the coronavirus threat persists, the Japanese startup is offering its machine as a tool in the fight against the outbreak, the company’s CEO said. “The coronavirus has created a need for robots because they can reduce…

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Data on demand: Dynamic architecture for a high-speed age — Let’s Talk Reading


There are tensions and trade-offs in decisions about data architecture. But leading CDOs are bringing structure, tools, and governance to embed analytics and deliver “data as a service.” By MIT Technology Review Insights The amount of data generated by businesses today has reached unprecedented levels following successive waves of digitalization across products, services, operations,…

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An Auschwitz survivor’s guide to healing — Let’s Talk Reading


Eger’s life story gives her fascinating insight into how people move on after trauma. By Bill Gates How do you move on after trauma? That’s a question many of us will unfortunately have to grapple with at some point in our lives. 804 more words

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Ten recent low-tech inventions that have changed the world — Let’s Talk Reading


Technologies don’t have to be cutting edge to make a profound difference in people’s lives. By The Editors Oral rehydration salts By the early 1990s, diarrheal diseases were killing some 5 million children under the age of five every year. 605 more words

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AI still doesn’t have the common sense to understand human language — Let’s Talk Reading


Natural-language processing has taken great strides recently—but how much does AI really understand of what it reads? Less than we thought. By Karen Hao Until pretty recently, computers were hopeless at producing sentences that actually made sense. 804 more words

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This new fabric will automatically cool you down when you get hot and sweaty — Let’s Talk Reading


Societies need to manage the changes the latest wave of technological advances will bring. That means promoting economic growth and providing an adequate welfare system.The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times. 374 more words

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Older users share more misinformation. Your guess why might be wrong. — Let’s Talk Reading


The news: Misinformation on social media is often fueled by older adults, who share fake news and dubious links more than other age groups—up to seven times more than their younger counterparts. 486 more words

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