Hello and happy Wednesday!
I hope you’re having a positive day!
Here are the three articles that caught my eye!
I love you all!
When you first become aware of negative self talk— 🌞 Sol Brah 🌞 (@SolBrah) October 7, 2020
You begin to see it everywhere
It’s so pervasive in general society, workplaces, amongst friends
I’m so bad
I’m so dumb
That will never work
You’re an idiot
All affect your subconscious negatively if said repeatedly
Stay at home exercise
Not a sponsored post.
Have you considered taking Zoom online ballet classes?
It’ll take you beyond your fitness comfort zone:
A lot of imperfect vegetables and fruits are being thrown out by restaurants, stores etc.
What if there was a way to use them to make smoothies?
Now there is (sustainable and delicious):
I love reading copyright cases because it teaches me:
A) the slightest difference in words = you can’t copyright your product and
B) logic/analytical skills – notice how the Judge logically analyzes the case to deny the company a copyright to their product.
Faster than light speed
Technology’s impact on the entertainment industry (and you)?
Inventing a way to use artificial intelligence to compress the data it sends to you.
The perfect example? You’re on a Zoom conference call and your Internet connection is so-so because your family etc are using it at the same time, artificial intelligence can be used to generate an image of you.
Let’s apply this to the entertainment industry – suppose you want to livestream an event and you know it’s going to create a lot of data. Making it harder for everyone to watch because Internet speeds around the world are different.
Instead of live-streaming everything, artificial intelligence will take reference points of the person etc (eg: eyes, mouth etc) and ”recreates” it so less data will be used when you watch it (you won’t notice anything different):