Today, the Internet is the foundation of every communication, learning process, or business. Every other inhabitant of the planet is an active internet user. Since its appearance in the second half of the twentieth century, this virtuous medium has brought many positive – but also many negative – effects. Do you feel nervous when there is no Internet available so you cannot access Instagram or send an email or watch a favorite movie or series? If you have an affirmative answer to this question, believe it or not you have some of the symptoms of Internet addiction.
You've heard often that it's important to think positively, right? Have you wondered why this is important? Has it ever occurred to you that the focus of modern popular psychology is concentrated on positive thoughts? The main reason lies in the discovery that positive thoughts act to stimulate the brain, soul, and body and contribute to progressive personal development and business success, maintaining the health of the whole organism, and especially the immune system. Additionally, it is fascinating to consider that scientific studies have found that people with positive thoughts have long lives. It seems to me that these are sufficient reasons to deal seriously with education about positive thoughts ... and let's start in order.
Creative types watch out. The robot revolution is coming for you too. Google's Magenta program recently composed its own piano melody. Given just four notes to start with, the machine learning system quickly devised a 90 second song. The news is the latest sign that it’s not just drivers, factory workers and fast-food staff whose jobs face annihilation through automation. With Google’s emergent AI systems channeling their artistic energy, singers, writers, painters and sculptors may soon become historical curiosities.