From my personal experience i can say that a person who is always negative (passing negative comments) is looking for social reward of ‘popularity’.
I can suggest you to just don’t give them that !
Say while you respect his thoughts, you just don’t share it.
And also don’t let the group sail with the negative thoughts.
The best way to combat negativity is to ‘isolate’ it.
Isolating negativity will have positive effect on the entire organisation and even on negative individual.
If the negativity continues to spread, report it and remove your co-worker from the bunch.
It is very clear that one of the most valuable factors in successful social media marketing is audience engagement.
I can suggest you to prepare to spend time engaging with your audience.
It is very important to don’t just wait for them to come to you.
Likes, comments, shares all tend to go a long way.
Think of engaging with other users as dropping your brand’s calling card.
From my personal experience i noticed that if the user you are engaging with
responds positively, their reciprocation can be invaluable.
It is very simply to understand that simply by multiplying dozens of reciprocated likes, comments, follows, means that you’re on your way to building a connected audience.
That’s a dilemma that almost every new entrepreneur has to face day over day!
Obviously customer trust is hardest to earn when you don’t have any customer base.
Yet, you need to earn customer trust before they’ll choose to buy from you.
Luckily, you have to find the best strategies can help even brand new businesses earn customer trust early on.
I can suggest you to leverage on social networks by adopting all the media that you
can create, web, videos, document….
Social learning among robots has recently been the focus of researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) where they announced a significant breakthrough that robots can learn from one another.
It seems that thanks to AI once the robot “knows” how to physically interact with objects, it can begin to learn more complex tasks.
But don’t be afraid of that!
Actually a robot can only transfer its skills to other robots like different body shapes,strengths..
Sure this is officially the the first step toward independent social learning in robots.