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Advanced Artificial Intelligence Will be the End of Man

Artificial intelligence breakthroughs may soon make futuristic technologies take over humans—a threatening prediction by Hawkins

Robots helping humans, expressing emotions, and even learning and adapting to their owners’ preferences may seem like a dream come true. Yet artificial intelligence (AI), which gives machines the ability to become proactive, . . .

Do People Still Have Faith in Religion?

Active faith: Why numerous people still believe in God

To many people, religion is something that helps them find true meaning in life, spares them their existential angst, and helps them toward a fulfilling life. To them, active faith is the key that helps develop larger social groups. Again, there are people who believe that there are no such invisible b . . .

Digital versus Analog: Why the Latter Is Making a Comeback

Reviewing analog vs. digital to declare a clear winner

Analog vs. digital is perhaps the biggest unknown battle storming the minds of tech enthusiasts everywhere today. Exponential technology triggering the most social and cultural transformation in the present day has made it more complex than ever. And probably everyone is on the cusp of a paradigm shift . . .

Are We Living in an Instant World?

Is technology training us to demand instant gratification? Deciphering the underlying psychology

It’s man’s inherent nature to want things instantly. Instant gratification is this desire to access to whatever one wants, whenever he or she wants it, and without any delay. This culture of instant gratification has made the present generation impatient, a . . .

Potential for Change

Times change. Generations pass and new ones emerge. It is normal to have a huge political, lifestyle, and technology upheaval during the changing of the guards. And there were also society changes in the past 50 years compared to the USA of today. Outdoors were safe, and kids were free to play outside with no time limit, apple and blackberry were fruits, and TV stations signed off at midnight. . . .