The Best of The Sydney Morning Herald
8 most popular The Sydney Morning Herald articles, as voted by our community.
Australia's leading news source. Independent. Always.
The Sydney Morning Herald on Brain
How exercise changes our brains
In a world that is today geared towards minimising the need for physical effort, it’s important to remember that our bodies and brains are hardwired to move every day.
The Sydney Morning Herald on Ray Dalio
Trump criticised by Bridgewater Associates CEO Ray Dalio
American society is in crisis, says the billionaire founder of the world's biggest hedge fund.
The Sydney Morning Herald on Relationships
Why friendships are important to parents
It means so much when another parent says: “Same.”
The Sydney Morning Herald on Skincare
Skincare routine: Kim Kardashian’s SKKN has nine steps. Is that really how many skincare steps you need?
Does more products equal better results? Or could a three-step skincare routine do the same thing? We ask the experts.
The Sydney Morning Herald on TV
Worried about all that mindless TV? Don’t be. It’s good for you
Whether it’s The Kardashians or Real Housewives of Melbourne, media designed for mass consumption isn’t bad. It’s meditative.
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Melbourne scientists teach brain cells in a dish to play Pong, opening potential path to powerful AI
The team describe their work as a “cyborg brain” and in a paper published on Thursday claim it is showing signs of sentience – but not consciousness.
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