Presentation final

339 views

Published on

Published in: Technology, Health & Medicine
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
339
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

  • Compassion: the wish that beings not suffer, acommpanied by the urge to do something about it
    (Take a minute to think of the states of mind you like. ... I put love joy focus and serenity in this camp)
    Another way: what you practice is what you have: if you spend time in a state of peace, the next time your sig other, child, guy behind you yacking on his cell phone, the more likely it is that you will be able to engage in a peaceful manner, rather than becoming angry (which for me is not a place I like ot be in, often.
  • Not only do these fellows agree Science does as well.

  • Not only do these fellows agree Science does as well.

  • Not only do these fellows agree Science does as well.

  • Not only do these fellows agree Science does as well.

  • lower anxiety, depression, anger, and fatigue, and higher vigor on the Profile of Mood States scale, a significant decrease in stress-related cortisol, and an increase in immunoreactivity
    Regardless, I want some of what he’s having


  • This is a central question that the students asked ourselves: why is it so hard to do something we are motivated to do, that is even, when we do it, our favorite part of the day?

  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso
  • It’s hard to make space for non “mandatory” while mainlining expresso





  • while some indicators show that FB helps self esteem, this is only true from “personal” interactions (chating, wall to wall posts, etc). As more content is consumed (reading friends posts, looking at pictures) loneliness increases.
  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game

  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game

  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game

  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game

  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game

  • It’s pleasurable in the moment to do these things, our socially wired brains are so happy!
    Reward, reward, reward!
    But those rewards are for low bandwidth interactions: my friends have been reduced to little lines of text.
    Self-comparission is increased.
    Rewards are contigent on the game - they do not pass through the bounds of the game


  • By definition, al- truism carries an initial cost, and positive con- sequences occur only after a significant time interval (e.g., the recipient reciprocates) or not at all (e.g., care for dependent kin), making for rather poor learning conditions.



  • Presentation final

    1. 1. compassionIs Good for You. Good for Me. Good for Us. Creating a culture of Compassion Using Existing Technologies Benjamin Raffo Olmsted olmsted@stanford.edu
    2. 2. Wait, what? Compassion: the wish that beings not suffer, acommpanied by the urge to do something about it Meditation: Meditation: a set of formal practices through which a certain state of mind becomes more likely to occur.
    3. 3. Why? It’s the tops
    4. 4. Why? It’s the tops
    5. 5. Why? It’s the tops
    6. 6. Why? It’s the tops
    7. 7. Why? It’s the tops
    8. 8. Practice: it’s good for you
    9. 9. Also, it’s hard to do Why?
    10. 10. Why indeed
    11. 11. Why indeed Time
    12. 12. Why indeed Time Brain cycles
    13. 13. Why indeed Time Brain cycles Socially deviant
    14. 14. Why indeed Time Brain cycles Socially deviant No immediate feedback
    15. 15. Why indeed Time Brain cycles Socially deviant No immediate feedback Easy to make excuses to ourselves
    16. 16. Why indeed Time Brain cycles Socially deviant No immediate feedback Easy to make excuses to ourselves
    17. 17. Why indeed Time Brain cycles Socially deviant No immediate feedback Easy to make excuses to ourselves
    18. 18. Social Networks
    19. 19. Social Networks Facebook, Zenga
    20. 20. Social Networks Facebook, Zenga They win
    21. 21. Social Networks Facebook, Zenga They win Massive engagement
    22. 22. Social Networks Facebook, Zenga They win Massive engagement
    23. 23. Social Networks Facebook, Zenga They win Massive engagement But are they good for us?
    24. 24. Empty Social Calories
    25. 25. Empty Social Calories
    26. 26. Empty Social Calories
    27. 27. Empty Social Calories
    28. 28. Empty Social Calories
    29. 29. Empty Social Calories
    30. 30. Empty Social Calories
    31. 31. Empty Social Calories
    32. 32. compassionIs An intersection of proven technologies Mind Technologies Social Networking
    33. 33. Little Brain Rewards Social Social Proof Engagement
    34. 34. Compassion The Things We Really Want unless we’re robots but even some robots want love.

    ×