Predicting Mass Behavior Through Neuroscience Imagine a world where our brains hold the predictive key to unraveling and predicting the mysteries of market trends. This is not a realm of fiction, but a burgeoning field of neuroscience that reveals the power of our minds in predicting large-scale market responses. In this post, I will explore […]
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Explore the concept of the ‘Uncanny Valley’ within the context of generative AI. Discover how this phenomenon impacts our perception and acceptance of AI-generated content, and the potential of neuroscience methods to aid in overcoming these issues, enhancing the relevance and appeal of generative AI solutions
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The rise of generative AI models has made it easier than ever to produce commercial content on a massive scale. But we must not forget that human well-being should always be the ultimate goal. As we continue to develop and implement AI technologies, we must carefully consider their impact on human beings. By prioritizing human values and social responsibility, we can create a world that is not only more technologically advanced, but also more just, equitable, and compassionate. Here are some steps we can take to harness the power of generative AI while keeping human well-being at the forefront of our minds.
The new concept of “technostress” is becoming an increasing topif for companies to become aware of and adjust to.
Noise can be many things, but it has a clear effect on our brain, emotional responses, and choice. Read on to learn how and why.
In behavioral economics, “noise” is all the new rage. But even a decade ago, we knew a bit about what could explain this brain noise.
The ongoing crisis with the novel corona virus cannot come as a surprise. Human fallibility is the key to a cure.