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Awesome Humans - Issue #28

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Grant Gochnauer: Awesome Humans

March 6 · Issue #28 · View online
Awesome Humans is about becoming the best you can be in a world of exponential change: Leadership, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Personal Growth, Health, Disruption, and the Future.

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Being an Awesome Human
The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail — Become One, Hire One
Robots and Babies Both Use Curiosity to Learn
How The Most Persistent People Stay Motivated
Being a Healthy Human
If you're alive in 30 years, chances are good you may also be alive in 1000 years
SleepHealth debuts as first ResearchKit app & study to support IBM Watson Health Cloud
Researchers Find Missing Link Between the Brain and Immune System
Human Builders
What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
Scenes From A Bust
HubSpot’s Playbook for Going From Startup to Scale-up
Future Humans
Could machines have become self-aware without our knowing
A Deep Learning AI Chip for Your Phone
Pentagon Research Could Make ‘Brain Modem’ a Reality
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2016
One More Thing
A huge international study of gun control finds strong evidence that it actually works
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