Our brains are wired to make assumptions, which can sometimes be off base. We think it's an honest mistake; science calls it a blind spot.
It's natural to gravitate towards people who are like us. But making decisions solely on who we're comfortable with can cause tunnel vision.
First impressions can block objectivity, which can cause missed opportunites. Sometimes wanting to be "right" can take us in the wrong direction.
Stereotypes can influence our perception of who's the "right fit." They may create a road block towards our destination.
The conversations we have but don't want to...that's 'The Talk.' Explore scenes of black parents openly sharing truths about bias their children will experience.
HP asked a diverse group of Americans to create their own portrait of an “all-American” family. They discovered that there is a big difference between the picture many of us have of the “typical” American family and the reality of American families today
HP asked employees from different companies one simple question to help reinvent what a Latino job means.
400 years ago, we began to explore the universe with simple tools. And it challenged our beliefs about our place in the universe. Are investigations of the universe inside our minds any different? An introduction by Outsmarting Human Minds founder, Dr. Mahzarin Banaji.
Humans help each other all the time. So what’s wrong with helping?