The neuroscience of fake news

Fake news works at a cognitive level to shape our perceptions and drive our decisions. Shutterstock Fake news grabs our attention, produces false memories and appeals to our emotions by Rachel Anne Barr, Université Laval “Fake news” is a relatively new term, yet it’s now seen as one of the greatest threats to democracy and […]

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Carolina Cortizo, airline exec

Carolina Cortizo Colón, now managing director of Wingo, the low-fare subsidiary of Copa Airlines. Photo by Wingo. Can one understand without being rude? by Eric Jackson Carolina Esther Cortizo Colón has moved up in her profession. An honor student at Virginia Tech, where she got her bachelor’s degree in industrial and system engineering, and then […]

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Símbolos Patrios

Día de la Bandera Sí, los políticos cambiaron el nombre. Piensan que pueden cambiar los nombres tradicionales, pero prohíben cualquier cambio, si no obtengan su parte de las rentas. Es el Día de la Bandera. Los que salen a la calle y exigen que cambiar la forma en que se maneja Panamá sí respetan los […]

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