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Digital Side Effects - When Computers Think For Us
Year: 2015
Run-Time: 1 x 45 min.

Directed by Peppo Wagner

A co-production by ORF/3sat in association with BMBF

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED)
Format: 16:9

Digital Side Effects - When Computers Think For Us

Digitale Nebenwirkungen: Wenn Computer für uns denken

Young people use media on screens for an average of seven and a half hours per day. It is expected that cafés, restaurants and even holiday apartments have Wi-Fi, and an estimated 70 % of riders type, swipe or phone in the underground. Determining the negative consequences that this has on our brain has become the subject of extensive research.  Over the last 30 years, important findings have been made in neuroplasticity and showed: The brain develops by using it. If the brain does not achieve the functional level that is actually possible when we are young because we no longer have to remember anything - thanks to smartphones, google, navigation, etc. - it will decay more quickly later.
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