Sitting here in California, having moved thousands of miles away from my home in the UK, I find myself grappling with a deep longing. Not for the place so much as the relationships I’ve left behind, the connections that have grown through life with me. It’s these key people who remember things about us that…
As humans, we seek patterns and consistency in our interactions. As a result, we all naturally operate from some sort of system for understanding people. We generalize, explain, and predict our own and others’ behaviour based on our perceptions, experiences, and beliefs. When things don’t fit with those systems or expected patterns, we become unsettled.
We’ve all encountered someone who speaks with confidence and charisma, drawn in by what they say. Whether it’s listening to a podcast or meeting someone in person, there are those people who are just utterly convincing, so much so that we’re almost bewitched by their words. But why?
Artificial Intelligence often gets a bad rap, with the focus on its risks and warnings dominating the conversation (as covered in Part 1). But what if we shifted our perspective and explored how AI could actually help humanity and even enhance our unique qualities as human beings? By examining how AI is already being used in…
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Hi, I’m Fiona a psychologist helping people to fulfil their potential and live a more happy & health life. This blog is all about sharing the latest knowledge, tips and tools!
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