T Ai Chi For Kayaking And Canoes Racing

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Kayaking and canoes involve paddling and water. T’ai Chi, a style of martial arts, is practiced on land with neither water nor boats. The two seem unrelated but did you know that T’ai Chi benefits water sports players like enthusiasts of kayaking and canoes racing? Paddling requires moving gracefully, strongly, and balanced on rough waters. […]


Artificial Intelligence And Xbox 360

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Let’s leave the format war between Sony and Microsoft and explore a gaming phenomena that unquestionably improves current gaming trends — Artificial Intelligence, or AI to many. Touted to make new breakthroughs and trends in the world of gaming, AI is the enabling of intricate decision-making capabilities in a software. Speaking of AI, the Xbox […]


Stretching For Health

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Lack of flexibility is now seen to be a major cause of general health problems and sports injury and is being linked to everything from stress. back pain, and even osteoarthritis. It also means that nagging injuries, especially around your joints take longer to heal. Latest studies show that up to 60 percent of the […]


Artificial Intelligence Is 50 Years Old

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Artificial Intelligence as a research field was born in the summer of 1956 during a seminal workshop at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. It was just a year before that when Marvin Minsky, Nathaniel Rochester, Claude Shannon and John McCarthy proposed that they should hold a workshop to put together a roadmap about how […]