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Why motivation is sometimes hard to find? Maybe you’re just fatigued

Technology Org 03 Aug 2021
Motivation is sometimes nowhere to be found. And yet on other occasions it comes as a wave. You plan your next day, you feel energized and when you wake up you don’t feel like doing anything ... Image credit. Vic via (CC BY 2.0) ... You probably experience it every day ... Researchers tested this by studying 36 young, healthy people on a computer-based task ... ....
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Arcadia.tv fuses sports and esports to turn Tron into a reality

Digital Trends 31 Jul 2021
More Tron, less Wall-E ... Arcadia very much fits into that grand future, with Olimpo calling it “the sport of the metaverse.” But as companies like Epic make content for players to sit at a computer and play, Arcadia wants to make sure we’re staying healthy in an increasingly digital future ... Your brain doesn’t work well without a healthy body ... ....
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8 Awesome Ways Life Could Be Forming In The Universe

What Culture 30 Jul 2021
... physicists, science fiction writers - have been forced to use a combination of educated guessing, computer modelling and a healthy pinch of imagination, to try and build up a picture of what life might look like around the universe.
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Hospitality firms must accelerate digital transformation to secure long-term recovery

Computer Weekly 30 Jul 2021
In its study, the wired, wireless and security networking provider said that as of last year, the hospitality sector was in a healthy – but not leading – place in its adoption of advanced technologies and moving computing to the edge ... 16% were already computing at the edge.
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Motivation depends on how brain processes fatigue: Study

The Siasat Daily 30 Jul 2021
London. Researchers at the University of Birmingham and the University of Oxford have shown that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue ... The team tested 36 young, healthy people on a computer-based task, where they were asked to exert physical effort to obtain different amounts of monetary rewards ... .
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4 S'pore students launch hackathon to encourage mental health innovation

Straits Times 29 Jul 2021
On September 4, Mr Liau, 21, a second-year computer engineering student in Singapore Polytechnic, and his team - Mr Low Jia En, 23, Ms Rachel Lee, 21, and Ms Bhawana Sapkota, 18 - will launch Singapore's first student-run mental health-themed hackathon, MindfulHacks.
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Are our computer servants now our masters?

New Albany Gazette 28 Jul 2021
Once upon a time, computer isolation – once practiced by folks whose only safe place seemed to be behind a computer communicating with the rest of the world – kept many people from interacting face to face with each other, which is the basis of any healthy society.
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Motivation depends on how brain processes fatigue. Here's why

Hindustan Times 28 Jul 2021
A new study found that people were less likely to work and exert effort- even for a reward- if they were fatigued. PUBLISHED ON JUL 28, 2021 07.00 PM IST ... The team tested 36 young, healthy people on a computer-based task, where they were asked to exert physical effort to obtain different amounts of monetary rewards ... ....
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NAND Directs the Future of Memory Controllers

Engineering Times 23 Jul 2021
The future of the memory controller is irrevocably tied to the memories they control. Similarly, they are governed by Moore’s Law ... (Courtesy Marvell) ... Flash storage is growing at a very healthy pace in two main categories—storage and compute, said Omura ... He said most products launched for cloud and data center SSDs are focused on storage or compute ... .
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NASA Returns Hubble Space Telescope to Science Operations

Technology Org 20 Jul 2021
This will be the first science data collected since the payload computer experienced a problem on June 13, which placed the instruments in a safe configuration and suspended science operations ... The Hubble team has been investigating the cause of the payload computer problem since it first occurred ... The computer halted on Sunday, June 13.
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Whew! Hubble Space Telescope back in operation

Astronomy/Spaceflight Now 17 Jul 2021
After weeks of troubleshooting, engineers have resolved a subtle glitch that knocked the Hubble Space Telescope out of action last month, carefully switching over to backup components in its payload computer system and returning the observatory to normal science operations.
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Operations underway to restore payload computer on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope

Phys Dot Org 15 Jul 2021
NASA has identified the possible cause of the payload computer problem that suspended Hubble Space Telescope science operations on June 13. The telescope itself and science instruments remain healthy and in a safe configuration. The payload computer resides in the Science Instrument Command and Data Handling (SI C&DH) unit.
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Operations underway to restore payload computer on Hubble Space Telescope

SpaceDaily 15 Jul 2021
The telescope itself and science instruments remain healthy and in a safe configuration.
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Hope for Hubble! NASA has identified the cause of its 31-year-old telescope's major computer glitch, ...

The Daily Mail 15 Jul 2021
Hubble accidentally went offline due to a mysterious glitch on June 13 that took down one of its main computers. But NASA says it's located the source of the problem – a faulty power regulator in the computer's Power Control Unit (PCU) ... 'The telescope itself and science instruments remain healthy and in a safe configuration.'.
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Indian Equestrian Fouaad Mirza to Chase Tokyo Olympics Medal

Yahoo Daily News 14 Jul 2021
Read full article. Revathi Rajeevan. 14 July 2021, 8.29 am·4-min read. The first Indian equestrian to qualify for the Olympics in two decades, 29-year-old Fouaad Mirza is racing through to create history ... He settled in India ... Dr ... It is an outdoor sport, it is healthy and it keeps kids away from malls, computers, PlayStations and all that ... TRENDING ... .

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