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“Facts are facts. Opinions about the facts differ. It is therefore the job of the peacemaker to bridge the gap between opinions, and in that manner, bring about reconciliation. This much seems obvious. But what if the facts themselves differ? What if the basis for the disagreement is so profound that the world arrays itself … Continue reading Peacemaking among higher-order primates by Jordan B. Peterson
There is no such thing as positive or negative feedback. There is only accurate feedback. Ray Dalio
A third of experts predict digital life will be mostly harmful to individuals in the next decade. Many are more hopeful, but the vast majority of experts agree measures should be taken to improve people’s ties to technology.
Themes About the Future of Well-Being and Digital Life More helped than harmed CONNECTION: Digital life links people to people, knowledge, education and entertainment anywhere globally at any time in a nearly frictionless manner. COMMERCE, GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY: Digital life revolutionizes civic, business, consumer and personal logistics, opening up a world of opportunity and options. CRUCIAL INTELLIGENCE: Digital … Continue reading Future of Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World Themes
Ian O'Byrne, an assistant professor of education at the College of Charleston, wrote, "I believe that technology, most notably these digital spaces and places we inhabit, has the potential to both help and harm our well-being over time. These technologies can prove to be helpful as they connect individuals on a global scale and allow … Continue reading Digital Life and Well-Being
Barry Chudakov, founder and principal of Sertain Research and Streamfuzion Corp., commented, “The first thing that will enhance our well-being—this helps to resolve our sense of bewilderment—is to provide some context for where we are. We are at the beginning stages of blending and merging our identities and consciousness with digital tools and platforms. I … Continue reading Some context for where we are to resolve our sense of bewilderment