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Conversation #6 Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

The happiest day of your life? A lot of women describe the birth of their children as the happiest days in their life. Mothers across the world swear that nothing makes you happier than holding your baby for the first time. Watching all of your child’s first steps and first […]


The surprising habits of original thinkers

At some point, we all asked ourselves one question: Why didn’t I think of that? At least that’s what I ask myself when I hear about new ideas becoming reality or whenever I can’t find a solution by my own. As someone who’d like to be more original, I always […]


Domestic violence- What’s love got to do with it?

What’s love got to do with it? (Tina Turner, world famous singer and victim of domestic abuse) With the #metoo movement in full swing, women, supported by their sisters around the world and – sometimes for the first time – heard by the men in their lives, are using the […]


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Rethinking Politics

“People fear what they don’t understand and hate what they can’t conquer.” – Andrew Smith We are living in an era where we experience a real divide between global and national. The Brexit Referendum, the last Austrian presidential election and the United States presidential election in 2016 are all great examples […]


Enough of AI fear

Fears about AI Publications and reports about the risks and dangers of AI development have reached an inflationary level during the last few months. From boulevard papers to most respected scientists, we get warnings about jobs being eradicated and the end of humanity in dystopian scenarios. The reactions vary widely depending on the […]


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Brexit: How our societies arrived at 50-50

When Alexander Betts talked about how Europeans could help refugees help themselves at TEDxVienna’s What if – conference last year, he did not know yet that his home country would vote to leave the European Union a few months later. And he certainly didn’t know he would hold another talk, this time […]