In the age of information ignorance is a choice
Quote by Donny Miller: “In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.”
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“In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.”
It happens A LOT. Its so frequent that I just play dumb to it now. Exercise science degree? Pass the bill and come get me. You should check it out. They are People of Color. Show some respect.
I like to think about the past, and how people at the beginning of the 20th century imagined how the future would play out. They certainly experienced some of our most significant inventions - the birth of human flight and the invention of the automobile. The general consensus was that we would lead better and easier lives thanks to technological advancements like flying cars, automated shops and much more. I am sure many wished to see the future and be part of it. Futurism has shown up repeatedly in popular culture. I love how the Back to the Future trilogy imagined the future — They got automation, virtual reality, video calls, biometric security, advertising and self-lacing shoes right.
Register now or log in to join your professional community. As an Internal auditor having an access to various information is of utmost importance. Ignorance is not a choice , which we the work we cant do after trying in many ways only.. I do not agree, in the age of information, ignorance is intolerable. Especially in Internal Auditing, ignorace is a disaster. Getting information is good but it may cause difficulty in choosing different aspects of work or real life.
In the Age of Information, Ignorance is a Choice
Is it really up to you whether you read all the books in the world and pack all the information in the world into your brain? Students can only pick one or two disciplines, and will find it very hard to study the natural and social sciences together. The reason is that our brains are literally just too limited and our lives too short for us to really know everything or study every discipline. We have scientists for that. A vast explosion in information and responsibility has taken place. And the result is that people are not more informed than ever, but more ignorant than ever. You might get one portion of your views of a television channel, another off a Twitter account, and yet another off a YouTube channel, where in the past people overwhelmingly only listened to their parents and possibly the official government media channel.