Research has shown that in group work settings, your brain naturally tends to trust people simply because they sound like they know what they’re talking about. It’s part of the unconscious bias that takes place in your brain every second of the day — a trait that is extremely important to survival.
But that unconscious bias might also be setting you up in a bad work situation. As we’ve heard for years, knowing is half the battle. Simply being aware that your brain is naturally inclined to trust more gregarious or authoritative people means you can guard against it. Instead, trust people you’re working with by looking at their actual capabilities and accomplishments. If you need to, even seek outside opinions.
I believe that Biometric technology powered authentication will change the way
people are identified or their identities are verified.
Actually we can see that Biometrics has completely replaced traditional identification methods in many sectors across the hi-tech industries.
Since the new people and organizations fashion follow what other successful entities are doing, it has induced a singular chain reaction of implementation of biometric applications that grow continuously.
This widespread adoption has reduce prices of biometric hardware and software, and opened a huge global market which can be fully leveraged for new hi-tech business companies.
If we refer to mobile biometrics we can discover how has recently become popular
among manufacturers and customers alike and going to benefit whole biometric eco-system.
As technology further penetrates the every possible aspect of personal and social life, demand of applications and devices is set to increase.
It is not a singular case that many service providers have integrated their smartphone applications with built-in biometric hardware for customer authentication to access
Also fingerprint sensors are the most prominent biometrics hardware used on most smartphones, however, with the launch of devices which uses iris recognition or leverages with face biometrics, other biometric modalities are expected to witness growth as well….
We will see what will happen on the nearest future!
I can suggest you that at first you need to understand and classify who is around you!
You can find different personalities like:
The Tank: Confrontational and angry.
The Sniper: Makes you look foolish.
The Grenade: Explodes into fury out of nowhere.
The Know-It-All: Authoritative and things must be their way.
The Whiner: Points out everything wrong in vague terms than you can follow this steps:
1. Listen and understand the end goal
2. Focus on what you can do something about
3. Get clear between a difficult message and a difficult person
You will always come across challenging people but by listening to them, asking
questions, understanding their goal and focusing your actions, you can put yourself in the best position to succeed in getting what you want.
Originally Answered: Are we already living in a virtual world?
Yes, by internet most people live virtually….