Very cool On the summer night of 2030, my 16-year-old daughter and I were walking down the street, watching the stars wearing augmented reality glasses. Above us, the majestic night sky is clear, with information about distant stars superimposed on it. These stars are configured to resemble constellations like Pegasus. I use its legends to teach life lessons. This is a wonderful moment.
Going further, we passed a wooden fence with a series of swear words and insults pasted on it. I saw the graffiti through my glasses, but my daughter’s glasses were set to filter out inappropriate content, but they couldn’t see it. She also didn’t understand the reason for the excitement written on the faces of those nearby.
I am excited about the first possibility, but I am worried about the second possibility. Although I appreciate being able to protect my children from inappropriate content, I also understand the importance of having meaningful conversations about how certain words and actions can harm others. If the children have not experienced it from the beginning, it is impossible to happen.
We continued walking and saw a young tramp begging in front of the store. Here, the role of parental control is more obscure. An algorithm inadvertently or deliberately classifies his prone position on the sidewalk, ragged clothes, and a note asking for money as unsuitable for children, and makes his appearance and surroundings more gentle.Although it may seem far-fetched to change and construct our experience of the world, we have been understanding Similar algorithm deviation Edit what we show online.
If in her world, she has never seen important social issues such as homelessness, then what would prompt my daughter to ask important social issues such as homelessness, and sympathize with those who have experienced such situations People? What if other people who like an “idealized” world also choose these settings in their AR glasses? If most of the population ignores the real situation in our community, how can we have meaningful conversations about how to deal with these challenges?
We are closer to dealing with these types of ethical issues than you think. Facebook Plan now Pursuing Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of transforming from a social media company to a “Mutual Festival company”-we have seen A glimpse Workrooms brings a sense of presence and selection gesture effects. The fragmentation of the media and the echo chamber have shattered our common reality. If left unchecked, Yuanjie may only make things worse. Before long, each of us will be able to live in a world that suits our own personalities, interests, and tastes, which may further erode our shared experiences and make it more difficult for us to make meaningful connections.
Collective experience is essential to our ability to establish connections and collaborate. Most of the differences we see today are the product of our divided digital reality. When we do not encounter the same problem, it is difficult to get together to develop solutions and resonate with others. Filtering bubbles is ultimately a question of empathy.
The reality is that we are already living in an almost unlimited number of online realities. Soon after we started browsing, our web experience diverged. Depending on who we are, where we live, and what content we consume, each of us will see very different things. The things we like are resurfaced again and again in different forms, and each new iteration is more tempting than the last. Ultimately, our online lives are entirely our own, which leads to a selective and self-reinforcing worldview, which leads to alternative reality.
Not only are many of us (if not most) still indistinguishable What is true and what is falseWe often fail to realize that these experiences have been severely affected by external participants with an agenda—whether they are as mediocre as selling new products or as sinister as shaping political beliefs and spreading discord. Metaverse will apply this dynamic to real-world interactions.
When companies develop new technologies time and time again, they rarely do so with the possibility of their opponents in mind.We have seen this Baby monitor, arriveAnd of course Social media platformThe meta universe is not immune. It is not difficult to imagine evil actors injecting extremist or toxic content directly into the metaverse experience.