The future of artificial intelligence is a hot topic of debate, with many people wondering what the future will hold for this burgeoning technology. This comprehensive guide will explore the future of artificial intelligence, from its current state to the possibilities of its future. The Evolution of AI: From Narrow to General Intelligence The history of artificial intelligence (AI) can be traced back to the early days of computing. One of the earliest examples of AI was the Logic Theorist, developed in the 1950s by Allen Newell, J. C. Shaw, and Herbert A. Simon. This program was designed to automatically…
He said Walter Benjamin that “who cares for manners but rejects lies, resembles someone who, although he dresses fashionably, does not wear a shirt”. For this reason, in complex societies it is very difficult not to lie. Because if you always tell the truth, you go naked. And that is precisely why it is so difficult to know what is normal.
The world is full of statements like “there is a study that says…” or “according to a study…”. To this is added a large number of affirmations that traditionally have been taken for true but have never been replicated. Welcome to the rampant replicability crisis that you’ve recently been experiencing. This problem is particularly insidious in the field of soft sciences, such as psychology, sociology, etc. In other words, sciences where there are too many variables and the complexity is so high that affirming anything it should be done with care that it advances through a land full of mines.
Whoever you are, however you behave, whatever ideas you have, you probably are or have been the enemy, the bad guy in the movie, the villain in someone else’s story. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you think. Of course, serial killers and Hitlers are still evil, but most of us are not. despite the fact that people immediately call themselves Nazis or fascists on Twitter. How is it possible that there are so many villains? There have always been evil people, toxic people, but now it seems there are more than ever. Which is the reason? The…
Men, compared to women, they value same-sex friends who are physically striking or stereotypically attractive moreThey are high-status and wealthy and have, to boot, greater access to potential mates. Conversely, women, compared to men, value female friends who provide emotional support, intimacy, and useful social (gossip) information, as this recent study from January 2022 suggests.
Music can be commonly heard in operating rooms. Music has been shown to reduce stress on the surgical team and reduces patient anxiety before surgery. On the other hand, it has been revealed that music can generate negative effects of divided attention that cause distraction in surgical routines, as this study suggests.
Household air pollution, driven largely by indoor stoves, caused 700,000 deaths in Africa, while increased outdoor air pollution claimed 400,000 lives. It is just one of the latest examples of how humans have altered ecosystems. That’s what it’s about The primate that changed the world, from Alex Richter-Boix. A text dotted with discoveries, curiosities and stories, especially interwoven stories about everyday aspects that, from this new point of view, are no longer so. What the hell: Alex makes the everyday become epic. Rats, pigeons, a chewing gum…
In Ancient Egypt, if a family cat died, all family members plucked their eyebrows as a sign of mourning. Cats throughout history have acquired an enviable status. However, beyond the human prayer book, it is also true that cats have some truly surprising characteristics. Especially when it comes to sounds..
Despite the doomsday discourses, which have always been hegemonic in all periods of history, it is enough to take a look at a few decades ahead to simply feel very proud of how we have improved the world in all areas, from social to environmental. Every time someone comes to you with the refrain that the world is going to the abyss and that values have been lost, send it to them.