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What’s bugging us in the COVID-19 minimal preventive measures?

What’s bugging us in the COVID-19 minimal preventive measures?

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By Anja M on Aug 29, 2020

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Inability to make sense of the information around us

by Darko Savic on Aug 30, 2020

Anja M 3 months ago
Thanks. In the first couple of minutes it caught my attention, so I am getting back when I watch the whole thing.
Darko Savic 3 months ago
It's one of the most influential talks I've seen this year

Peer pressure

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Aug 31, 2020

Anja M 3 months ago
Definitely. Even then, perhaps it can be classified as a sort of selfishness, but, it is contestable it can be a category on its own. Peer pressure is also very problematic for discerning real hypochondria and a fake one (people surrounded with such a peer pressure usually get direct/indirect comments on how easily scared they are, etc.)

Our collective detachment from the objective reality of the events and incidents

by Subash Chapagain on Aug 31, 2020

Anja M 3 months ago
Hm, very interesting! The flood of ads is bad on so many levels, and I guess it also contributes to the misinformation in the pandemic. The good thing I can think of: since social media won't stop with advertising, they can promote stores selling masks, disinfectants, etc. Also, if they wanted, they could readjust the algorithms to filter posts not only according to quantitative methods (e.g. number of likes, area coverage), but also according to the relevance of the author to the topic. Here I am talking about experts, etc.

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