• Mind,  Population,  Psychology,  Technology,  Urban

    How Societal Pressure, Competition, Population, and Technology are Impacting Mental Health

    However, technology can also have negative impacts on mental health. For example, excessive use of social media can lead to feelings of isolation, anxiety, and depression. Additionally, the constant availability of information and stimulation can make it difficult for people to relax and de-stress. Overall, the connections between mental health, societal pressure, competition, population, and technology are complex and multifaceted. There is no single factor that can explain the rising rates of mental health problems in the world. However, these five factors are all important to consider when trying to understand the causes of mental health problems and how to address them. Here are some corroborative examples that connect these…

  • Mind,  Technology

    AI & White Collar Jobs

    A 2018 study by the McKinsey Global Institute found that 800 million jobs could be lost to automation by 2030. The study found that the jobs most at risk of automation are those that are repetitive, predictable, and rule-based. This includes a number of white-collar jobs, such as: However, it is important to note that not all white-collar jobs will be automated. Some jobs, such as those that require creativity, problem-solving, and social skills, are less likely to be automated. Additionally, new jobs will be created as a result of AI, such as those that involve designing and maintaining AI systems. Overall, it is likely that the impact of AI…