Humans are most closely related to the great apes of the family Hominidae. This family includes orangutans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and bonobos. Humans and gorillas share 98.4 percent of their DNA. Of the great apes, humans share 98.8 percent of their DNA with bonobos and chimpanzees. Read the above lines again – let it sink in.Continue reading “Evolution – Apes, Humans, AI?”
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Subscription vs Ownership – A conversation with ChatGPT
We are moving towards a world where many things won’t be owned, but subscribed to. The ownership of items will lie with central vendors and consumers would only subscribe or unsubscribe to these items. What are the pros and cons of living in such a world? There are potential advantages and disadvantages to moving towardsContinue reading “Subscription vs Ownership – A conversation with ChatGPT”
An Era of Divisions
Definition: “An era of divisions” refers to a period of time characterized by the increasing polarization, fragmentation, and conflict within society across various dimensions, such as politics, race, culture, religion, and socio-economic status. In such an era, people tend to view others with different backgrounds, opinions, or values as “the other,” leading to a breakdownContinue reading “An Era of Divisions”
Mansplaining vs Mothering
Given the times we live in, most of you have heard of the word “Mansplaining” by now. The opposite behavior to Mansplaining is “Mothering” behavior towards a grown man. Here is a table outlining some of the differences between mansplaining and when a woman engages in mothering behavior towards a grown man: Mansplaining Mothering DefinitionContinue reading “Mansplaining vs Mothering”
Future of Planet Earth: Technology + AI (GPT3)
What is the future of our planet earth? As an AI language model, I cannot predict the future with certainty, but I can provide insights based on current scientific research and trends. The future of our planet depends on the actions we take to address the challenges we face, including climate change, pollution, loss ofContinue reading “Future of Planet Earth: Technology + AI (GPT3)”
Is “buying” a car a necessity in today’s world?
Cars have played a major role in shaping modern society, as they provide a convenient and efficient mode of transportation for people. They have allowed for increased mobility, making it easier for people to travel longer distances and explore more of the world around them. Cars have also revolutionized the way goods are transported, leadingContinue reading “Is “buying” a car a necessity in today’s world?”
It is not always a bad idea to use adjectives, as they can be a useful tool for adding detail and description to writing or speech. However, overusing adjectives can lead to writing that is cluttered, confusing, or unclear. Additionally, relying too heavily on adjectives can make writing less concise and can detract from theContinue reading “On Adjectives”
You are Precious
All 3 are on the same plant. All 3 at different stages of their journey through life. All 3 equally precious. You, my dear reader, are equally precious. Not because of the stage of life you are in. As you can see, it does not matter. You are precious, because you exist! “Like” if youContinue reading “You are Precious”
Laid off? Believe in yourself. Options and Actions.
A layoff is an unexpected and direct shock to your system. There are no 2 ways about this. And when layoffs happen in bulk, they cause shockwaves in the entire professional community leading to a period of sadness and uncertainty for everyone. I am no different. Earlier today, I read a post from an employeeContinue reading “Laid off? Believe in yourself. Options and Actions.”
Dear Non-Resident Indians – confused where to live?
Migrated to another country, but not enjoying it? Unable to decide whether to stay or to come back? What would be best for your child? You wish to come back, but your spouse does not? What about earning money and retiring earlier? What about festivals? Culture? Friends? Family? Aaahhhhh…..!!!! People think that immigrating to anotherContinue reading “Dear Non-Resident Indians – confused where to live?”