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Reader View · 2 min read · Sep 28th · If you're trying to hide how you feel about something, be careful with your hands. They can betray your true emotions. · Shared by 825, including Tamsen Webster, Message Strategist (she/her), Moheb Costandi
Reader View · 5 min read · Sep 9th · Too often, when we need to make a difficult decision, we rush through it to avoid sitting with uncomfortable emotions. But channelling those emotions — a process the author calls “emotional… · Shared by 658, including Robert Rose, Antonio Vieira Santos - #SPS_Live, Gabriele, Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA, davidabrock, Damien de France 🌍 🕊️🇺🇦, Kate Nasser
But the exercise of emotional bookending helped him realize that there were other ways to get the business acumen that the company needs.
Reader View · 20+ min read · From 2017 · Machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML and AI) have seized Tech mindshare in a way few topics have in recent memory. · Shared by 5601, including Gabriele, Harpreet Singh, Pete Skomoroch, Thomas Power, Brent Summers, Kris Fannin, Chris Messina, Sir Lord Travis Wright, Web3 Speaker, Klaus Eck, Frank, Werner Vogels, Kenneth Kalmer, Lluís Codina, Herbert Bay, Mike Ivars, Fabricio Teixeira, Antonio Vieira Santos - #SPS_Live, DonDahlmann, Howard Getson, Tibor Martini 🇺🇦 @email@example.com
Reader View · 7 min read · 2021-11-04 · It’s tricky to define what an emotion is: is surprise one, or something else? Here are a few simple rules to get started · Shared by 387, including maxadorno, Samantha, Timothy Lomauro
many people think they know what emotions are, but don’t
Reader View · ~16 min read · 2021-10-08 · What if emotions are not universal and hardwired but exquisite acts of meaning-making specific to context and culture? · Shared by 309, including Gregg Caruso, 🧠 Larry G. Maguire, Ian M Calvert, Jason Silva, Anita Leirfall, Marylin Delgado (@firstname.lastname@example.org), Mariella Petrigni 🌍 Translator, Dr. Marigo Raftopoulos
Each emotion, furthermore, came with a distinct, brain-bound affect programme. Triggered by an external stimulus, this underlying neural mechanism would set off a cascade of prebuilt responses, including physiological changes, facial expressions, behaviour tendencies and the subjective states we commonly call feelings.
Reader View · 3 min read · 2021-04-06 · The pandemic is being used as a pretext to push unproven artificial-intelligence tools into workplaces and schools. · Shared by 110, including Carissa Véliz, AGI.Eth | AIKing.Eth | 👑.sgb, Dr Catherine Breslin, Dorothea Baur (Dr.), caroline sinders, Bob E. Hayes, Eric Topol, Vishal Gulati (I back scientists)
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