Extinct Instinct by Josie Appleby
The human race is advancing a digital brain quicker than our own in order to inspire and control.
The way we perceive the modern world is through a calibration between our brains and the digitally omniscient world.
We have access to an unlimited amount of knowledge at every moment, only if you have your ‘smart’ phone. It panics you to leave it behind, because with it, it makes you safer, clever and sometimes even superior. So what does all this genius do when we no longer have to search, sacrifice, learn and research into anything that sparks an idea or interest. Instead it happens in seconds.
Technology has become a familiar part or our hands, almost an extension of our bodies. What do you do when love, happiness, fear and pain is an instant button to this complex world.
For the younger generations how is someone meant to learn about passion and resilience when it is more natural to navigate through computer codes than to learn manners and respect? There are fleeting glimpses of the truth and more importantly illusions through the world that