James Dean died in 1955, but will return in a new war film thanks to CGI. Is this a brave new dawn for cinema, or the nightmare rise of machine-made movies and deepfakes?
Dubai has many photogenic spots for Instagram users.
Those of us who can adopt new skills will be better placed to succeed in the future of work. Here’s how adopting a ‘beginner’s mind’ can help.
For the next four months at the Louvre, Da Vinci's Mona Lisa will be joined by 160 of the great master’s other works.
The exact replicas, the result of a 15-year project, have been unveiled in Iraq.
Researchers have analyzed eight million books and 65 million newspaper articles to chart an index which reveals how our happiness has changed since the 1800s.
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350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, his impact across the world is measured. Why is he still so revered in 2019, also known as Rembrandt year?
With political tensions at an all-time high, these iconic philosophers and authors such as Herman Melville and Friedrich Nietzsche can teach us a thing or two about modern-day society.
Two decades after the world pledged to eliminate them, landmines are still being stockpiled – some in unexpected places.
According to the NHS, as many as one in eight UK children aged five to 19 faces a mental health challenge. Many of these are anxiety issues, from exams to social situations. Here's how mu...
Peter Handke and Olga Tokarczuk have both been honoured this year, after a controversy meant the 2018 prize was postponed.
Every year, hundreds of women are murdered by a current or former partner. Here’s what the world is doing to try to change that.
With artificial intelligence rapidly developing, we now start to consider the negative effects of new technologies, which sci-fi films are already predicting will go terribly.