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“You can’t just look at a list of numbers, you have to look at the world as a whole,” says Peter Cottrell, a professor of cognitive science at the University of Pennsylvania.
“There’s so much more than that that’s in there.
You have to see it in terms of what’s happening with the world and what’s going on around the world, and it has to be something that you can see.”
In the future, that could be data, or it could be real-time information.
In that sense, it could help us understand the world better, or help us make decisions about the world.
That’s the big question: How can we make the world less complicated and less confusing?
“You’re always going to need to keep the mind in a simple place,” says John Haidt, a cognitive scientist at the John Hopkins University.
“You need to get away from complexity.
But it’s going to be hard to keep your mind in that place, unless you can turn the world into a place where you can be in a conversation with it.”
This is the big challenge of making the world more human: How do you make it feel like a human-centered place, with people from all walks of life interacting with each other?
The answer is probably a mix of both.
“What we’re seeing in the world right now is an incredible increase in communication,” says Haidts.
“We’re seeing an incredible rise in the number of interactions, but we also have an explosion of digital technology that makes it very easy to do that communication.”
Haidson has also found that people can be more open to talking about what’s real in the digital world.
“In a way, this is the world that’s the most human, and we have a tendency to see things in a human way,” he says.
“So when you see something that’s out of the ordinary, you can look at it with a human eye.
You can look into the person and ask questions.”