Games that the Human Mind has Difficulties to Solve

Games lubricate the body and the mind.

Benjamin Franklin

So why we do not always win in the games based on skills, such as, for example, chess or poker? It would seem that all the strategies are devised, all the concepts and patterns are studied. But there is no man who would always win. No matter who the opponent is, the computer or a human, it’s not luck, skill or experience – a person loses. Scientists have found out that this may have a very serious justification.

Physicist at the University of Manchester, who publishes many of his researches in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found out that some games simply cannot be fully explored, or, in other words, they are too complex for the human mind. Dr. Tobias Galla from the University of Manchester and Professor Doina Farmer of the University of Oxford and Santa Fe Institute, watched thousands of games with two players and analyze how human behavior throughout the game affects the choice of the course to go. Continue reading

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Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich

A University should be a place of light, of liberty, and of learning.

Benjamin Disraeli

 

The capital of Bavaria has the oldest university – Ludwig-Maximilian University. As an example of traditional university education in Germany, it is known throughout Europe for its scientific school, the advances in science and, of course, its teachers – because among them there are twelve winners of the Nobel Prize.

Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich was founded in 1472 in Ingolstadt by Duke Ludwig the Rich with support of the Pope. During the period of the Reformation University played an important role in speaking out against Martin Luther and his followers, and then more than 200 years was under the influence of the Jesuits. In 1800, King Maximilian I of Bavaria moved it to Landshut, and since 1826, the university is in Munich. Continue reading

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Business Training is a Waste of Money and Work Time or an Investment in the Future Success of the Company?

1In modern rapidly changing market environment, many organizations consider the increased investments in staff development as a major factor in the competition. And if the company has decided that the staff should be trained that is a sign of successfully growing organization that is ready to invest in your future. Staff development is a complex of measures, including vocational training, retraining and skills development, and career planning within the organization. Development and training system includes:

  • Professional training and development of employees, including training and development of company executives;
  • The formation of career development programs; and
  • Selection and training. Continue reading
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Higher Education of Italy

You may have the universe if I may have Italy

Giuseppe Verdi

Italy, the country of art, high culture and good taste, for quite a long time, attracts pupils and students from other states. Education in one of the Italian universities is the ultimate dream for many. Italy is one of the four countries (along with France, Britain and Germany), who first proposed the creation of a so-called European Higher Education Area, as appropriate declaration was signed in May 1998 at the Sorbonne. From that moment the process of pan-European harmonization of the different systems of education began, and a year later in Bologna the decision to participate in it has already been signed by 29 states.

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Italian universities are attractive to students of many countries, and this is understandable: in addition to the fact that this land is the cradle of ancient civilizations, the world famous art treasures in its architecture, painting, sculpture, writings and discoveries of musicians, artists, poets, sailors, scholars such as Raphael, Michelangelo, Giuseppe Verdi, Christopher Columbus, Leonardo da Vinci, Antonio Meucci, Guglielmo Marconi … In Italy much attention is paid to scientific research, as in common scientific and applied in a variety of areas (biology, physics, medicine, information technology, etc.). Continue reading

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How to Learn to Memorize?

Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

To stimulate interest to learning, for productive perception of any information it is very important to memorize it. This can be learned. Use several simple steps to learn how to memorize any information. Continue reading

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How to Improve Literacy in the Speech?

The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read

Mark Twain

A cultured person is always easy to separate from the crowd, because his features are decent behavior, well-groomed appearance, and competent speech. As for the latter, it is important to say that more and more people in conversations build sentences in wrong way, mangle words, and use obscene language. Moreover, dealing with such people, people with the correct speech over time lose their skills. To prevent this, the tireless work on yourself must be performed. Continue reading

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Full-time or Part-time Form of Education?

Soon schools will start the final exams, graduation marks and the graduates and their parents face the question of what to do next. Many choose to go to college to pursue higher education, occupation. Which form is better to choose? In order to make the right choice, the applicant should know the basic differences between full-time and part-time courses, their pros and cons.

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As students say, those who do not study in full-time education do not know all the charms of student life. Continue reading

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