Manage Znetlive Stress Reducing Eye Exercises To Relax The Eyes And Body

Eye exercises are techniques that provide a variety of vision improvement benefits that support the health of the visual system for better vision health. However, did you know that the benefits of such a program extend way beyond just improving vision to other areas that are related to relieving not just eye strain but stress relief in other parts of the body as well? Therefore, the benefits of eye exercises also relate to better stress management and stress relief; another key factor that is necessary in the improvement of your vision health. Therefore, here is some information related to this subject that you would find useful in practical situations in your life:When it comes to improving your vision health eye exercises are an effective alternative to glasses, contacts and laser surgery in correcting eye conditions that relate to a host of different areas of your vision health. One important aspect of this vision program includes the fact that the techniques also have a benefit that relates to relieving eye strain. These techniques also release stress and tension in the mind and other areas of the body as well for better stress management and better vision health.

One of the areas that you would be interested in is the fact that the techniques in this program actually decrease stress and tension in the body to support better vision health. For instance, some techniques such as the swinging technique actually release tension in areas of the body such as the shoulders, the head, the neck and the eye muscles as well. The swinging technique also solves vision problems that are related to double vision eye problems. This technique corrects vision issues associated with eye muscle coordination problems. Therefore, the practice of this particular technique results in the improvement in the teamwork of the eyes for the correction of double vision problems and even problems that are also related to astigmatism as well.Eye exercises are also a good remedy for correcting imbalances in the visual system that are related to eye muscle problems related to eye movement. This is an area where there is an application for the practice of eye exercise techniques in an effective eye exercise program. This is due to the fact that the eye strain relieving techniques release the stress and tension in the eye muscles. Tension in this area of the eyes is related to eye muscle problems. Eye exercise techniques release this tension thereby improving our vision health.

Eye exercises are an effective alternative to solving vision problems the natural way. These techniques serve a variety of purposes which include the following: eye strain relief, better vision and also benefits that also extend to releasing stress and tension in the mind and various areas of the body as well for better vision health. If you practice these quick, fun and easy techniques on a regular basis not only will you improve your eyesight but you will also enjoy the vision health benefits that relate to eye strain relief and the release of tension in the body for better stress management and sharper eyesight.

Artificial Intelligence and Our Humanity

We hear and read about it everywhere these days.

You hear people saying, “The future is now.”

“We have to give way to technology.”

“We’ll be better off and live better lives (maybe not even work) if we let AI do it.”

Yes, technology is here, and we are living at the dawn of the age of AI, and it’s a topic that we’ve seen and heard a lot more about this year.

I wonder what the opportunities will be for the average person. You know, the person who is not the founder of Facebook, Google or Amazon, which have placed such high barriers to entry that it will be rare for companies to break into that stratospheric league.

What’s Going to Happen with Humans?

Do you wonder what’s going to happen to the average person? AI are taking over customer service, writing, design, sales, law, and medicine. As a businessman and social entrepreneur, the reality is that if you’re looking at things in a purely bottom-line manner, using AI could make a whole lot of sense. They never get sick. They work 27/7/365. They never stop and can indeed produce more than any human can–in a lifetime. From a pure dollars and cents perspective, AI can make a lot of sense.

But then you have to wonder about the broader implications of AI, and I sense that society has not even started to get its head around the implications. If you pay even a little attention to the news, then you know that a few months ago Facebook engineers shut down and pulled the plug on AI that decided on its own to go ahead and develop a new language. It was more efficient for them to get the work done, but humans did not understand. It seems that the language was basic, but what happens if the AI had not been shut down? Would they have developed a highly sophisticated way to communicate and operate that completely excised human?

I agree that technology can be beneficial to society. I think most people would agree that we’d prefer to send a bot into a dangerous situation, say war, rather than ask our men and women to put their lives on the line. I think there’s something to be said for the rapidly expanding role of robotics in medicine. For example, the fact that we’ve started to print human organs with 3D is a significant advancement, and we have to hope that many lives will be saved.

The Deeper Issues Related to AI

My concern as I dig deeper into the issue of AI is what the implications are for the human race, and yes, that even includes how we in the philanthropic sector connect with each other and with the world we serve. As I noted in the previous article I wrote, the Partnership on AI, which is a collaborative effort between mega-companies such as Facebook, Apple, Google and leading non-profits such as UNICEF and Human Rights are trying to lead the conversation about the implications of AI in all of our lives.

If you tune in even a little bit into the conversation about AI, you know that we have to deal with many issues, including some of the following:

Safety: We don’t want to be in a situation where AI is created, and it is not obligated to protect human life.
Transparency: We had the recent situation with Facebook where they shut down AI, but who rules (government or business) when someone says “Houston, we have a problem”?
Labor and the Economy: Whose responsibility is it to train people as AI develops and what will their work functions be in light of a much more powerful AI partner? Will people even have jobs?
Society: For communities around the world, which certainly includes nonprofit and philanthropic work, what will be the impact of AI on philanthropy, education, charitable work, science, private/public partnerships, etc.

The reality seems to be apparently developing that there are few areas–if any–that AI will not touch.

Humanity’s Competitive Advantage

When I read about issues related to AI, I think of one thing–humanity. I believe we all have to get into the conversation now about the implications of AI. I’m someone who likes and values people precisely because we are imperfect. There is a lot of prose and poetry in the human condition. AI cannot love, demonstrate courage, hope, dream, feel fear, etc.

In my mind, those qualities are what makes humans so much better than AI. Our values are our competitive advantage in comparison to AI. There is something intrinsic within people (some call it a soul or spirit, others connect the scientific dots of all the elements that make up our brains, hearts, and bodies) that makes us unique, and yes, even exceptional.

We have a serious conversation that has to take place about AI, but it involves all humans, and we have to pay attention before we have a situation we did not bargain for in the age of technology.

The Path for Humanity as it Greets AI

In many ways, I hope that AI begins to break down the things that divide us and that we discover that as humans, we are all the same. We are. Take away the issues of money, race, religion, gender and everything else; we all bleed red.

We all hurt.

We all hope.

We all dream.

The way I see it, the time is now for humanity. It can be our finest hours at the dawn of a new age–provided we all get out of our own way and engage in a global dialogue about humanity in the age of AI.