Computers have evolved from machines able to complete simple math problems to ones that can now process information faster than the human brain. Reflecting on the material presented in this , do you believe mental functions can ever be simulated by a machine (computer)? Why or why not? How might your view on this topic create bias in an individuals future research?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:25 pm ad1c9bdddf
No, I do not believe that mental functions can become simulated by a machine/computer. This is what one would call transhumanism, and it is evil. The goal is to make the person think or believe that he or she will live forever when in reality one's soul is ...
This solution provided one's opinion on linking man with machine/computer in the very near future.
Travel, Tourism, and Business Marketing
Travel, Tourism and Marketing
Marie Boone was preparing for a follow-up appointment with the Hastings. To take advantage of an international "fare war," Marie had already booked the Hastings' flights to and from London, but they had not yet discussed the all-important vacation particulars such as accommodations, sight-seeing, and transportation options within Great Britain.
Marie wondered, "What advice should I give them about the type of trip they should take?" Marie realized that this trip was the first major vacation the Hastings had ever had. She tried to put herself in their shoes.
"If I were Mrs. Hastings, what would my expectations be? How comfortable would I be in a foreign country, even if it were English-speaking? How confident would I be in planning activities and getting around to all the sights? And which sights would I want to see most?"
Marie also wondered how action-packed the trip should be. After all, the Hastings were retirees. She wondered how much relaxation should be built into their itinerary.
How appropriate is it for the Hastings to use a travel agent? Could they do this on their own?View Full Posting Details