Concerns about the rising popularity of shortform content and brain concentration problems are also being raised. Shortform content refers to content that can be consumed without investing a long time. This is usually provided in the form of short videos, GIFs, images, text, etc. that are less than 60 seconds. These contents are commonly used on social media, mobile applications, websites, etc. Due to recent advances in digital technology, short-form content that delivers a lot of information in a short time and consumes quickly is the trend. According to a 2021 Statista survey, 52% of all users consume videos less than 15 seconds on Instagram, of which the average daily usage is 26 minutes. According to TikTok's official blog in 2021, the number of TikTok users aged 18-24 is the largest, and they spend an average of 52 minutes a day on TikTok. Short form has the advantage of being able to consume easily and quickly in a short time. We often run out of time due to our busy schedule every day. In this situation, short-form content has the advantage of being able to acquire information easily and quickly in a short time. It can also be used in various fields. Shortform content can be produced in various forms such as text, images, and videos, and can be used in various fields such as news, advertisements, and entertainment. As of 2023, short-form content is becoming more popular due to advances in the Internet and mobile technologies. These contents are commonly used on social media, mobile applications, and websites, and users enjoy the advantage of being able to acquire information faster and faster. Shortform videos are especially popular and are very actively used on platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, YouTube Shorts, Reels, etc. TikTok has more than 1 billion downloads worldwide as of 2021, with users using an average of 52 minutes a day. In addition, Instagram Reels has grown rapidly since its launch in August 2020, with more than 100 million users in June 2021. In addition, short-form content is also actively used in various fields such as news, advertisement, games, music, and sports. For example, in the news field, news clips are available on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and so on, and in the advertising field, you can promote your product or brand in a limited time on YouTube, Instagram, and so on. However, these days many people worried about brain problems that occur when consuming these contents. In this article, we will look at the relationship between short form content and the brain and how to deal with it. - Popularization of Short Form Content and Brain Concentration Problems Shortform content provides visual stimulation because it is visually appealing. These visual stimuli stimulate the visual processing area of the brain, forming memories that are likely to leave an impression on the brain for a short time. In addition, short-form content has a high information density even in a short time. This density of information carries a lot of information to the brain, and it digests a lot of information in a short period of time. However, short-form content can be limited to in-depth information understanding or long-term memory, as it mainly provides fragmentary information. In addition, short-form content requires short-term concentration rather than continuous stimulation to the brain due to its low cognitive load as it is short. Therefore, short-form content leaves a strong impression on the brain for a short time, but there may be limitations in long-term memory or in-depth understanding of information. With the development of digital technology, short-form content has become popular, and the time spent on it is increasing. As a result, there is a high possibility of problems related to brain concentration. In particular, if shortform content is continuously consumed through digital devices such as smartphones, the brain's load may increase, and concentration problems may worsen. -The Relationship Between Short Form Content and Popcorn Brain Shortform content tends to deliver a lot of information in a short time and consume quickly. This leads to the Popcorn Brain phenomenon, which refers to people who see it stimulating their brain like popcorn and making it easier to focus on overly stimulating content. One term that has been used to describe the potential negative impact of short-form content is "popcorn brain." This term refers to the idea that consuming short-form content on a regular basis can lead to a lack of focus, attention, and critical thinking skills. Because short-form content is designed to capture our attention quickly and keep us engaged for only a short amount of time, it can be difficult for our brains to focus on longer, more complex forms of content. Some experts have argued that the constant stimulation provided by short-form content can lead to a decrease in our ability to retain information and think critically. This is because our brains become accustomed to the rapid-fire stimulation of short-form content, and we may find it harder to focus on more complex or nuanced ideas. - How to keep your health when consuming short form content? 1.Active filtering of information Shortform content requires the ability to find key content among fast-delivered information. Therefore, active information filtering is required when consuming shortform content. To do this, you need to develop the ability to understand the main contents of the content and remove unnecessary information. 2. Proper rest and exercise Continuous consumption of shortform content can increase the load on the brain, causing health problems such as stress symptoms as well as concentration problems. Proper rest and exercise are needed to prevent this. You can relax and read books or take a walk, keep your brain and body comfortable, and relieve stress by exercising. 3. Smartphone usage time limit A smartphone is a tool that makes it easy to access shortform content. However, it is important to limit your smartphone usage time. As the time of using smartphones increases, the load on the brain increases, which can lead to problems such as concentration problems and eye health problems. Therefore, it is recommended to limit smartphone usage time to a suitable level. 4. Diverse content consumption Shortform content is information-oriented content that is delivered quickly. However, it is also good for brain health to consume a variety of content. For example, staying focused for a long time by reading books or listening to audiobooks helps your brain health. Also, it is important to activate your brain through various experiences, such as taking a walk-in nature or enjoying art activities. Short form can cause many side effects not only in brain health but also in other ways. Eye Health: The longer you watch the shortform, the more tired your eyes can accumulate and affect your eye health. To avoid this problem, we recommend that you follow the 20-20-20 rule when viewing the shortform. In other words, every 20 minutes, you rest your eyes for 20 seconds and look more than 20 feet away. Lack of exercise: As you spend more time watching the shortform, you are likely to lose exercise. In particular, the fact that you usually sit down and watch shortform can exacerbate this problem. Therefore, it is good to exercise together when watching short form. Social Media Addiction: Social media, including short platforms, is a highly addictive form of content. Some people become obsessed with watching short platforms, which can interfere with their daily lives and social life. Lack of sleep: Shortform is usually sleep-disrupting content. Especially, watching short form at night can cause sleep deprivation. To avoid these problems, we recommend that you limit the time you spend watching the shortform, or not watch it before you fall asleep. Psychological Impact: Some short-form content can have a negative impact. For example, comparisons of physical appearance or social status, or Instagram accounts that show a perfect life can cause depression, anxiety, and self-esteem problems. Therefore, when looking at the short form, appropriate choices and restrictions are needed for one's psychological health. Shortform content plays a very important role in our daily lives because it can be easily provided with information. However, excessive consumption can cause brain health problems. Therefore, when consuming shortform content, you should continue to practice ways to protect your health, such as active information filtering, proper rest and exercise, and smartphone usage time limits. Also, maintaining a consistent lifestyle while consuming various contents helps brain health. Shortform content that can be useful if used well, but too much use can cause side effects. How much do you use per day?자세히보기
The development of artificial intelligence (AI) last year was surprising. AI specializing in conversation gives very high-quality answers to difficult questions, and sensuous works of art have been created that are hard to believe AI drew. People began to say that the era of full-fledged AI has begun. Chat GPT received the most attention. It is an interactive AI announced in November by Open AI, an American AI research company. It learns and combines vast amounts of information on the Internet by itself and answers users' questions in a conversational format. It is possible to ask about philosophy or scientific theory beyond simple conversation, or to ask for literary works such as poetry and novels. I actually asked Chat GPT the very abstract and philosophical question, "What is love?" GPT: "Love is a complex and multifaceted emotion that can mean different things to different people. Generally, love is described as a strong affection and attachment towards someone, characterized by feelings of warmth, tenderness, and caring. Love can be romantic or platonic, and can exist between family members, friends, and romantic partners. Love is often considered a positive and life-enhancing emotion that can bring happiness, fulfillment, and a sense of purpose to one's life. It can also be challenging, as love involves vulnerability and the risk of heartbreak. However, for many people, the rewards of love make it a worth-while and meaningful part of their lives. There are many different theories about what causes love and what makes it last. Some scientists believe that love is a combination of biological, psychological, and social factors, while others see it as a spiritual or transcendent experience. Despite the many mysteries surrounding love, it remains one of the most universal and powerful emotions and is an important aspect of the human experience." After receiving these answers, I asked it for a discussion on love. Here is what it said: GPT: Sure, let'’s discuss love! As mentioned earlier, love is a complex and multifaceted emotion that can be described as a strong affection and attachment towards someone. Love can take many forms and can exist between a wide range of people, including romantic partners, family members, and friends. Some common elements of love include feelings of warmth, tenderness, and caring towards someone, as well as a desire to be close to them and to make them happy. Love can also involve a sense of sacrifice, where one is willing to put the needs and well-being of the loved one ahead of their own. There are many different theories about what causes love, including biological, psychological, and social factors. Some scientists believe that love is driven by chemical reactions in the brain, such as the release of hormones like oxytocin, while others see it as a result of social and cultural influences. Regardless of the cause, love is considered by many to be one of the most important and meaningful aspects of the human experience. It can bring happiness, fulfillment, and a sense of purpose, and can provide comfort and support during difficult times.” Chat GPT answers such a wide range of philosophical questions, and naturally answers with professional knowledge and information without being blocked. Currently, ChatGPT is available for free as a kind of trial. This will help the creators understand the strengths and weaknesses of ChatGPT by receiving feedback from a wide variety of users. You can get an answer by simply accessing the site and asking questions in a chat window without going through a complicated process. It will even answer questions in Korean. Since its release, Chat GPT’s popularity has been explosive. Within five days of its launch, the number of users surpassed one million. It can answer anything because its learning ability is enormous. It is natural to summarize and summarize the information you want, and it can write novels, poems, or answer complex coding questions. Since the machine learns on its own, there is a prediction that "all that is left to grow in the future." Some say that if chatbot technology develops further, it will oversee Google search, medical and financial services, and customer response instead. Google, one of the most advanced IT companies, is also nervous. I'm worried that interactive AI may replace Google search. The day before yesterday (23rd), Microsoft announced that it has decided to invest in Open AI, the Chat GPT developer, and establish a partnership. The investment is more than 12 trillion won. However, if last year was a year when AI's creative ability was widely promoted, this year will be a year of controversy. There have been people who indiscriminately use the creations created by AI. There have also been people who take issue with the process of AI creating creations. As AI learns and answers various requests, it can strengthen social prejudice or disgust. Some people say that it is too early to open the service to everyone without preparation for such ethical issues. In addition, there are concerns that it will be difficult to evaluate various academic fields if chatbots solve not only writing tasks but also development and math problems. It's going to be hard to tell the difference between ghostwriting and plagiarism. There are three main controversies that are expected to intensify this year. There is growing concern that AI technology will harm 'fair competition'. AI creates high-quality creations without much effort. There's another incident that surprised people. In September last year, AI's creations won an art competition. The winning work is an AI program called 'Midjourney'. If you type the picture you want in simple text, the AI can quickly create the right image in seconds. You can ask them to create a portrait similar to the style of a famous artist, or you can ask them to paint a world that would appear in a science fiction movie. The winning work of the painting competition I explained earlier was also embroiled in controversy. Some criticize the difference between robots winning gold medals in the Olympics. In the United States, it is a problem for college students to use AI for their studies. Students started to rely on Chat GPT to write assignments. In some cases, the information or opinions organized by AI are submitted as they are. Recognizing the seriousness of the situation, American universities are phasing out the report assignment. Some public middle and high schools in New York City have decided to block access to Chat GPT through the school's Wi-Fi network. In the near future, AI may even write papers instead of scholars. Chat GPT can already write the abstract of a thesis with such sophistication that it is difficult to distinguish it from human writing. Recently, Nature, a scientific journal, introduced the results of an experiment by a research team from an American university. When we conducted an experiment to distinguish 50 abstracts of medical papers written using Chat GPT from those written by humans, researchers who participated in the experiment determined that 32% of AI-generated articles were written by humans. There's also an academic society that announced that it would ban writing papers using Chat GPT. There is also a growing controversy that AI infringes copyright in the process of creating creations. AI is trained on countless existing creations and then produces results by editing and combining them. There are people who argue that this process is tantamount to 'weaving' and that the work made in this way constitutes plagiarism. Recently, there have been a series of copyright lawsuits related to AI's creations. Earlier this month, painters in the United States filed a class action suit against a company that developed image-generating AI. They claim that AI stole and wrote their work without paying a fair price in the process of learning from their images. AI developers say there is no problem. They didn't copy or weave the existing works as they were, but they were only used for learning. They argue that the same goes for humans to learn by imitating or referring to other people's works. The controversy surrounding AI-created creations is not limited to areas such as "fair competition" or "copyright." Opinions are also divided over whether this work should be recognized as "art." There are people who see that "the creations created by AI programs cannot be recognized as art without the process of humans thinking and imagining fiercely." Some argue that as technology develops, the definition of art will inevitably change. For example, when photography was first invented, artists didn't recognize photography as an art. They saw it as a technology that expresses the world as it is without having to put much effort into it. But today, photography has become a field of art, and many photographers are creating art photographs. So, we have to recognize AI programs as one of the tools for creating artwork. With the development of AI, people can experience a convenient life, but ethical and plagiarism problems continue to arise. What will the future of mankind look like with AI? email@example.com자세히보기
Now, can’t even remember how many years ago it started, and there are still a lot of job seekers in their 20s and 30s, and it's really hard to get into work. It can't tell when the news that it's too difficult to get a job will stop. However, one of the words that often appear in economic news these days is 'staff shortage'. In other words, the news of "no place to work" and "no one to work" are pouring in together. Why is this happening? First of all, the overall unemployment rate in Korea is exceptionally low. According to the data released by the National Statistical Office, the unemployment rate last month (October) was 2.4%, down 0.4 percentage points from the same month a year ago and has recently been on a low trend. The unemployment rate last month is the lowest since 1982 when related statistics began to be compiled in October. The 2% unemployment rate can be seen as a level of full employment, except for frictional unemployment that occurs naturally in job search, such as turnover and job search. Statistically, it's not a difficult time to get a job. However, the story is different when it comes to 'employment for young people'. -Employment Too Difficult for Young People Only- If you look at last month's statistics carefully, you can easily see it. Last month, the number of employed people in Korea increased by 677,000 from the same month a year ago. However, 460,000 people, or 68% of the increased number of employed people, were over 60 years old, and 147,000 people were employed in their 50s. The number of employed people in their 20s and 30s increased by only 89,000 in total. That's how many jobs the elderly can work for. This trend has continued recently. In addition, out of the total 28,418,000 employed last month, 14,299,000 people worked less than 36 hours a week, up 3,459,000 (32%) from a year ago. On the other hand, the number of employed people working more than 36 hours a week decreased by 2,794,000 during the same period. Although the number of jobs has increased, part-time and part-time jobs have taken up a generous part. After all, it can be seen that there is still a shortage of quality jobs that many young people want. -There's no one to work with? - However, some industrial companies, which are drawing attention these days, have complained of labor shortages, saying, "There is no one to hire." If it's a small business or a less promising field, it would be, but it's not either. Shipbuilders with world-class conglomerates, as well as future industrial companies such as semiconductors, electricity, hydrogen cars, and bio and health, are not finding people. This is why the news is pouring out that "the labor shortage of companies is serious" at a time when youth employment is so difficult. According to a recent survey released by the Korea Employers Federation, the proportion of 514 domestic companies in semiconductors, future cars, shipbuilding, and bio-health said they lacked labor (52.2%), semiconductors (45%), future cars (43%), and bio-health (29%). About half of the companies related to shipbuilding, semiconductors, and future cars are suffering from labor shortages. -It's a hard-to- resolve mismatch- In this survey, the companies that complained of labor shortages were all the same. It was a production worker. In all four industries, the highest percentage of respondents said they lacked production workers, while more than 95% of shipbuilding and future car-related companies complained of a shortage of production workers. Semiconductor (64.5%) and bio-health (55.2%) also said they needed production jobs. The reason for not hiring enough production workers by industry may be slightly different, but there is something in common in the big picture. Compared to the intensity of the work, the treatment is not good enough, or there is a lack of "skilled personnel" with related skills. There is a lack of jobs that many young people want to get, but there is a "miss match" phenomenon in which there are still more jobs that require a bit of challenging work or experienced workers. As the earlier survey showed, shipbuilding is the most representative area that is experiencing severe labor shortages these days. That's how much media attention is being paid. For some time, it was not so wrong to think of it as "employment difficulties = youth stories" or "staff difficulties = shipyard stories" when looking at major news. The government has also announced sweeping measures, saying, "We need to solve the problem of shipbuilding manpower." Why did the shipyard's labor shortage suddenly fill the news? This is because unlike fields such as small and medium-sized enterprises and agricultural, livestock and fisheries industries that have been suffering from labor shortages, the shipbuilding industry has suddenly experienced this phenomenon in recent years. Due to the shipbuilding industry's recession that has continued for more than a decade, the number of employees has been reduced by tightening their belts, but the situation in the industry has improved rapidly, requiring a lot of employees. Suddenly, the number of people who could build ships decreased due to the long-term recession, and the company's situation was just about to improve, so it was difficult for shipbuilders to find skilled workers because they could not pay a lot of wages. The fact that shipyards of large shipbuilders are found in areas such as Ulsan, Geoje, and Changwon must have been a difficulty in hiring new workers. In the end, in the shipbuilding industry, large companies, ranked first to third in the industry, even quarreled over labor force. Several shipbuilders, including Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. and Samsung Heavy Industries Co, the second and third largest companies in the industry, have moved to Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, the No. 1. A total of hundreds of people, including skilled workers as well as research and design professionals, have moved. Four shipbuilders, including Daewoo Shipbuilding and Samsung Heavy Industries, filed a complaint with the Fair-Trade Commission in August, claiming that Hyundai Heavy Industries Group unfairly lured and took away key personnel. Naturally, Hyundai Heavy Industries claimed that it was a "normal recruitment without any problems with the procedure." The dispute has yet to be concluded, but it was an example of how the problem of labor shortage was quite serious. The government has issued several emergency prescriptions to address the labor shortage at industrial sites, including shipbuilding. The most representative measure is to drastically increase the number of foreign workers. The number of E-9 visas issued to low-skilled simple labor workers has been set at 110,000 next year, the largest number since 2004 when the "employment permit system" was introduced to hire foreign workers. Considering that 69,000 people received E-9 visas this year, it's a pretty big change because it's increased by 41,000 in a year. Some requirements have been relaxed to make it relatively easier to issue E-7 visas to skilled workers. The government and shipbuilders have begun work to immediately bring 1,150 Vietnamese welding workers after easing requirements. However, local labor brokers in Vietnam were found to have omitted approval from the Vietnamese Ministry of Labor or deceived some welders' educational backgrounds and careers, forcing them to postpone their entry indefinitely. We've been trying to get them into the country sequentially since last September, but they say it's going to be difficult by the end of this year. On the 17th, 10 shipbuilding welders from Thailand entered the country for the first time after improving visa issuance requirements. He is planning to work for a partner company of Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan. -The labor shortage and the employment shortage, can we solve it? - In the end, the government chose to increase the number of foreign workers as a way to alleviate the labor shortage in industrial sites. Of course, labor shortages in areas such as shipbuilding, semiconductors, and future cars are widely expected to continue for the next few years, so I think we should make steady efforts. In order to solve the mismatch in the job market, we need to solve the youth job shortage problem separately. The youth employment crisis is not a problem that can be dealt with by certain means such as "bringing people to work from abroad," so much more complex efforts will be needed. In addition to various support for young people to find jobs, fundamental issues such as narrowing the gap between large and small businesses, balanced regional development, and overall economic growth should be considered. When will we be in an era where there is no "job shortage" or "staff shortage" news? Can we find a way to get more people to work in the right place? firstname.lastname@example.org자세히보기
On March 21st, KMU International Lounge held a Welcome Party for the foreign exchange students and their Korean buddies. The party began at 6 PM and wrapped up at 8 PM. At the party, both Korean and International students gathered and got to know each other, eating pizzas and fried chickens provided by the lounge.
Two Keimyung University students received the President’s Award of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The WE-MEET project provided opportunities for students to develop proficiencies by experiencing future job fields. They successfully performed a project called Realistic Media Regionally Specialized Contents Production, which supported manufacturing reality-based simulations by utilizing various game servers, such as Photon, Photon Chat, Playfab, and AWS.
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Jeju 4.3 Peace Memorial Hall Jeju 4.3 Peace Memorial Hall is located in Bonggae-dong, Jeju-si, and is known as a space to commemorate the victims of the 4.3 incident. The 4.3 incident in Jeju refers to the armed conflict in Jeju Island from April 3, 1948 to September 21, 1954, in which Jeju residents were killed during the crackdown. In order not to forget the pain of the past, Jeju 4.3 Peace Memorial Hall and Park were established. There are a total of six special exhibition halls in the Peace Memorial Hall in the Jeju 4.3 Peace Park. In Hall 1, there is a history view under the theme of natu
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This section will be changed from Puzzle to Great Photos in No. 175. Show off your photography skills and receive a small gift if your photo is chosen. We will provide a photo subject for each issue and choose the two best photos for publication.