You know what a pain homework is? How you’ve always had to do it after school ( that's why it's called HOMEwork) in order to pass exams?
Well, this week’s news article from me really needs you to first click and then read this link to inform you about the future. And don’t worry, there’s no exam, just a fascinating look at technology and us, as we start off 2018!
These snippets from Udo's article will help you understand many new facets that are taking over our lives today, including why your Christmas shopping wasn't available at long-standing businesses like Sears.
Keeping the balance
There's only one thing that stays behind - the erosion of humanity in humans. That's why someone like Pope Francis, with his concern for all people around the globe is such a comforting presence in the world today. He is high profile and has the ability to express his desolation about cruelty and encourage others to keep feelings of humanity towards each other.
Sucking in violence
With all the technology in the world, It’s hard not to predict families will be more fractured, and younger and younger people deprived of normal childhood will suffer from depression.
Very young children will keep this at bay by being fed antidepressants along with their vitamins.
This seems to be already entrenched.
Artificial intelligence vs. real intelligence!
Every now and again I think it would be nice to have a Roomba robot or two to sweep, vacuum and mop the floors. It would be so perfect, and it would do a better job than I could ever do!
On the other hand, even with all my imperfect abilities, there's one way a lot of us have the robots and Artificial Intelligence (AI) beat. We can still pass on old traditions, wise advice and values to our young, and even if your knees and hips are metal, and you've had a heart transplant, plan B is still your brain.
It would be nice to use it for human caring of each other, especially children, who thrive on good old-fashioned love, and wilt with a steady dose of only impersonal technology.
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